Module completion - survey required

Module completion - survey required

Surveys are required after each learning module in order for the learning module to be marked as complete.
Surveys are brief and should only take about 5-10 minutes of your time.

To complete the survey
  1. From your roadmap, open the module by clicking the module name or 'launch module'
  2. Learning module shows as 50% completed
    Click the survey link at the bottom of the page

  3. Complete the survey
  4. Your learning module should now show as 100% complete.
From the module screen -
From the roadmap screen - 

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