• Richard Chambury

Totara Academy; Learning Plans

Updated: Jan 4

Development can take many forms, and tailored learning plans can help to ensure that each user’s specific training requirements and objectives are addressed. In Totara you can create a range of learning plan templates, which will then be assigned to your learners and populated with courses, programs, competencies and objectives based on what they want or need to achieve.

Totara supports organisations to utilise learning plans to deliver competence based learning, self study and in some cases provide a very simple form of appraisal. Within the learning plan you can cascade competences to users, enable users to select & link learning to their competences, and set their personal learning objectives.

Users or managers can create learning plans for different areas of development and personalise each plan by setting individual due dates, priorities and objectives. Working in tandem, learners can then work with their manager or assessors to update performance, track progress and ultimately complete their plan.

This video is taken from the online Totara Academy course that you can enrol onto - Totara Academy course - Learning Plans v13-14

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There are over 80 modules available within Academy, covering basic user management, to setting up courses, how to add SCORMs, create formal tests. There are predefined learning programmes which form introductory programmes and once you enrol they act as valuable resources moving forward.

You can sign up for the Academy courses here. It's free. It's unlimited. Your team can access training 24/7/365. When new team members come on board they can access training immediately to get up to speed.

Why wait, register and get started today or get in touch for more information.

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Written with contribution from the team at Totara HQ. Find the original post on the Totara blog.


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