It would be very helpful to be able to identify the identity of a presenter or teacher for a Live Training. Our current system allows us to display the presenter's name or the location for upcoming workshops.
I want to add to Nathan's idea. We have a high priority requirement to be able to include the instructor name in every session, since the instructor might be different from session to session. We also have a request to send a reminder notification to the instructor.
Allison Kemp had the idea: "Although you can see who created the ILT session in Bridge, it would be nice to be able to report on who instructed the live training. i.e. HR schedules the ILT sessions and builds them out it Bridge, but they are not actually conducting the training."
I'd also like Trainers to be able to see who has signed up for the session and be able to check off who attended. I know authors can do that, but often the trainers aren't authors and don't need to be.
We would like to see this as well. Some of our learners look for sessions given by certain trainers. Currently it appears that the only way to give the learner such information would be in the Notes section, which they would then have to register for a session to obtain this information in the registration e-mail.
I second all of these comments. We have external presenters with incredible background and areas of expertise. It would be nice to include a photo and short bio!
This would be very useful and sounds like a simple enhancement to Bridge
It would also be helpful if the reminder notifications could be sent to the identified instructor. We currently build all of the live training sessions, which causes the reminder emails to have our name attached for the learners, and have the reminders sent to us instead of the instructor.
This idea has been added to our product plan for Q1 2019 and will influence development within Bridge. To find more information about this idea’s related priority, please follow Learn: Live Training: Instructor Field priority In Bridge Studio
Adding this idea to our product plan means we will be working on it, but it does not guarantee that it will be developed exactly as defined by the idea, or that it will be added to the production environment.
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