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Completion certificates

Accreditation and continuous education credit compliance

Updated over a week ago

The use of completion certificates within Didacte can be interesting in various aspects for your online training.

Didacte can automatically generate and send completion certificates for your students who have completed a course. The certificates are generated according to your platform's appearance.

To activate the completion certificate generation for a course, simply check the designated checkbox under the Completion tab of the course editor.

A text box is also at your disposal to add specific information of your choice.

The certificate automatically presents the general information of your course:

  • The student's name

  • The teacher's name

  • The title of the course

  • The completion date

  • The unique certificate number

  • Allocated credits (if applicable)

  • The teacher's signature (if applicable)

A certificate is automatically sent by email to the student, following the completion of his training.

Add credits and/or a signature

For any professional organization offering accredited trainings, the completion certificate is a key component of the development compliance process.

If credits are associated to your training, they will be automatically added to your certificate. The reference number, if applicable, will also be displayed under the credit section of the attestation.

Finally, a teacher can upload a signature he wishes to add to his certificates. His signature will then appear on all certificates issued from the courses to which he is assigned as a trainer.

Retrieve a student's certificate

It is possible to access certificates issued to your students, via their enrollment details page.

Besides the student's name, click on Completed in the course's enrollment list (Menu > Content > Manage courses).

Use the Certificate section in the student's enrollment details page, to retrieve the certificate or send it back to the student.

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