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A Module is the smallest component of a training activity. Most often you will undertake a Module as part of a larger Course or Training Programme although in some cases you may in isolation.

Module Types

Modules come in many types to reflect the method of learning experience.

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Classroom - classroom based learning.
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eLearning
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Resource - a document, HTML file
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Video.

Enrolment

This depends on the Module type, visibility and if the Module is currently active.

Enrolment status

The colour of the Module avatar (if enrolled) will reflect the status of your enrolment.

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Completed - training has been completed
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Cancelled - training has been cancelled.

Canceling an enrolment

You can cancel your enrolment at anytime by clicking the Unenrol (or Un Book in the case of a classroom Module) as long as you were not assigned the Course.

Acquiring Skills

Some Modules will have a Skill displayed on the details page, this indicates that the Module is linked to a Skill. You will also see a Skill level. If you complete a Module that has been linked to a Skill with a pass mark equal or higher than the required pass mark, you will be awarded that Skill. Click on the Skill name to view more details about that Skill.

Acquiring CPD points

Some Modules will be set a CPD value, displayed on the details page. If you complete a Module that has been assigned CPD points, you will be awarded those CPD points.

Private modules

You can set a Module to be Private so that it will be hidden from all users unless they have been assigned to it. Private Modules are indicated by the Privateflag

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