PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management Training Rel 9.2
PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management Training Rel 9.2 course with real world hands-on Exercises
This PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management Training Rel 9.2 gives you a comprehensive overview of PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management 9.2. With PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management Training Rel 9.2, you'll also learn how to configure the system to deliver and track learning that is offered through virtually any method, within or outside of the organization.
Duration: 4 days
Able to run processes and reports.
Understanding of integration points.
Understanding of basic navigation and PeopleSoft concepts.
Familiarity with Integration Broker.
Use of control tables to enforce business rules.
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.
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What You Will Learn:
Create a learning catalog.
Monitor learner progress.
Import course content.
Assess the demand for learning.
Manage enrollment, waitlists and requests for learning.
Define different business rules by learning community.
Understand how the system can integrate with webcast applications, competency management systems, applications and online content providers.
Define system-wide business rules for enrollments, certifications, approvals and other aspects of learning.
Tailor these rules to meet the needs of specific areas within the organization.
Define learning objectives
Set up organizations, learners, and resources
Track enrollment fees and chargebacks
Create and maintain the learning catalog
Administer enrollment-related tasks
Perform instructor tasks, such as grading and marking attendance
Manage learning requests
Define system defaults
Forecast demand for learning
Use learners' and managers' self-service features
Use templates to import catalog content
Define certification programs and manage certifications
Defining System Defaults
Creating Learning Environments
Setting Up Organizations and Learners
Configuring the System for Online Learning
Creating the Learning Catalog
Setting Up Sessions, Webcasts, and Assignments
Setting Up Web-based Learning, Tests, and Surveys
Tracking Learner Progress
Creating Curriculum and Certification Programs
Tracking Supplemental Learning
Using Rosters to Manage Enrollment Records
Managing Learning Requests
Using the Learning Home
Using Self-Service Features
Projecting Demand for Training
Meeting French Regulatory Requirements
Creating Classes Using Templates (depending on student interest)
Learning Objectives (depending on student interest)
Payment Methods and Enrollment Fees (depending on student interest)
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