Workday segmented security enables you to restrict access to learning content by topic, security category, or both.
Segmented security enables you to provide specific users or groups of users permission to create and access specific learning content. This enables you to increase the effectiveness of learning in your organization as you can adopt a more targeted approach.
You can use segmented security to provide access to learning content for different types of workers, such as:
- 2.Contingent workers.
- 4.All employees.
You can also restrict course content based on different criteria. Example:
- 5.Restrict access based on a worker’s location, role, organization, or job.
- 6.Provide different training course selections for sales and marketing as well as product development.
- 7.Create different learning administrator groups to ensure that only subject matter experts can maintain subject matter courses.
Learning Pricing Enablement
Workday enables you to configure pricing and price display options for learning courses and course offerings. You can configure prices in different currencies and use condition rules to set prices for groups of learners and extended enterprise learners. Workday creates pricing records for each enrollment. You can report on prices or use web services to send them to applications that support billing or payment processing.
Workday enables you to manage learning enrollments for course offerings and digital courses by mass enrolling or mass dropping learners. You can also manage:
1. Waitlists for course offerings
2. Schedules and the grading and attendance roster for course lessons.
3. Enrollment completion, by marking courses as complete on behalf of learners.
4. Learning compliance within your organization, using reminders and due dates.
Learning Assignments supports compliance management in your organization, by enabling you to report on all assigned content for learners using constrained data sources.
Extended Enterprise Learning
Extended Enterprise Learning enables you to create Workday accounts for users outside of your company so they can access learning content. Examples: vendors, partners, agents, customers, or anyone who needs training in the same areas as the employees in your organization. It’s a separate product from Workday Learning that requires a separate subscription.
With Extended Enterprise Learning you can:
- 1. Leverage the subject matter expertise of people outside your organization by creating external learning instructors (this functionality is available without an extended enterprise subscription).
- 2. Provide knowledge sharing, compliance training, and certifications to non-employees who do business with you, without exposing any other Workday product functionality or data.
- 3. Strategically price learning content according to contracts with your third-party affiliates. Review the setup considerations for pricing enablement for details.
- 4. Use the same reporting, learning management system and content that you use for internal workers for your extended workforce