These dashboards help you track and actively drive the success of your learning program in transforming your employees’ skills. The Skill Development Dashboards surface the skill scoring results for a company’s enrolled learners and enables comparisons to companies in other industries. They include other information as well, such as courses that address each skill and amount of learning time.
You can see more details such as learner scores not only by activity and completion of course but also by assessments within courses such as quiz participation and the difficulty of quizzes.
Learner skill scores are calculated based on their quiz performance. Each quiz question has a difficulty score associated with it determined based on the assessments that have been taken on the Coursera platform.
The Skills Development Dashboard enables you to do the following:
- Understand your organization’s level of skill mastery, with new and classic learning metrics
- Discover the top learners in your organization for different skills and proficiency levels
- Understand how competitive your talent is compared to industry benchmarks.
An overview of the Skill Development Dashboard
The articles below provide an explanation of what each graph is, why it matters, and how the information is calculated.
- Skills Development Summary
- Skill Breakdown
- Learner Effort
- Skills Index
- Industry Trends
(0-50 Skill Score)
Understands key terminology related to concepts and can discuss the business value of potential applications.
Passing one assessment is adequate to enter the conversant level.
(51-150 Skill Score)
Applies introductory level concepts on the job under direct supervision.
On average, new learners can move to the beginner level after taking some beginner assessments.
(151-350 Skill Score)
Applies basic concepts on the job independently.
Learners can typically reach the intermediate level by completing assessments in one or two courses.
(351 - 500 Skill Score)
Displays mastery of the material and ability to both teach others and identify novel applications of skills.
Learners typically move from intermediate to advanced proficiency after completing assessments across several intermediate-difficulty courses.
Tip: To get an overview of sub-skills across courses that your learners are enrolled and active in, browse the dashboard in Distribution, Mastery, Learner Effort, and Skills Index by selecting competencies. To view insights for a particular skill, use Skills Breakdown.
Keep in mind that you can filter by the program from all parts of the Skills Development dashboard and from other dashboards too such as Distribution, Mastery, Learner Effort, and Skills Index.
To filter by program
- Go to Filter on the top of the page, click the dropdown next to it, and select the program you want.
- Click Run. Remember that filtering by program filters the data by the learners who are in the selected program and will provide the corresponding learners’ skill data.
Note: You may see an empty state in your dashboard when learners haven’t enrolled in the program. To view data, Admins will need to invite learners to the program, and learners will need to join that program and enroll in courses.