I've started to assign CEC's to courses. Where can I go to see who/how many credits have been earned?
John, unfortunately, it is currently not possible for a learner to see total continuing education credits earned, nor can an author or admin go in through the UI to calculate this for a specific learner. A learner can see the continuing education credit in the UI for a specific course. An admin can get the values for continuing education credits through the course template CSV data dump by pulling up a specific learner's enrollments for each course and cross-referencing it with the course enrollments CSV—which will undoubtedly require some Excel wizardry or custom work.
If this is something you'd like to see in Bridge, as a designed Bridge Admin here in the Community, please add your feedback to We would like to record Continuing Education Hours in Bridge , and we invite our members to continue the conversation in the Admin Lounge feature idea space. We recognize that not every user may have access to this space at this time, but we are working on a new process that we hope will help. Because this is the subject of a feature idea, I've marked this question as "assumed answered."
Thanks you for your response. I was afraid that was the case. Wizardry for sure. That I'm not. ("You lost me at UI...")
I'll add my feedback for sure. Easy access to CEC's earned would allow us to create simple scorecards to generate some competition to earn the most. I would think Admin Lounge users would also find value.
My organization is looking for this capability as well. We require employees to complete a certain number of credits in a year. It would be nice for individual learners to be able to see this without having to rely on an admin to pull a report.
Would this be something that is possible using the Bridge API?
I completely agree. I spent hours looking for where we could track on the admin side and user side. I was quite surprised to read today that there is no place....? Seems odd to have that feature without the "other half". We would totally use this if that were the case to recognize, add a type of gamification and more...
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