Engaging with priorities

Tags: Skills

Priorities allow you to focus on the skills that matter to your organization, helping you and your team achieve their strategic goals and technical objectives.

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Note: A plan admin or a plan manager must create priorities for the team before learners can engage with them.


Finding your organization's priorities

If your organization has created priorities, you can find them on your Channels page (opens in new tab). Priorities appear in the left-hand channels navigation below Company channels.

channels menu showing company priorities

Click Company priorities and then click a priority to expand the channel groups it contains. Click a channel group to see the individual channels. Your progress in these channels will update as you progress through the content.

channels menu explained

  1. List of priorities
  2. Expanded list of channel groups
  3. Name and description of selected priority
  4. Selected channel group and list of channels
  5. Progress bar within respective channel

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Skilling up within a priority

Once you've found the channel groups and their respective channels in your organization's priorities, it's time to start skilling up. Channels can contain paths, video courses, labs, interactive courses, projects, guides, Skill IQ assessments, and external links.

If a channel contains a Skill IQ assessment, take it before consuming the content on the channel to gauge your baseline before engaging in the content. A skill assessment retake unlocks 21 days after the last day you took the skill assessment. A retake is an opportunity to re-evaluate your proficiency after developing more in a skill. And don't forget to retake the assessment when you finish the content in the channel.

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