Elective Rules - Maximum and minimum

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  • Official comment
    Rod Staines

    Hi All,

    As of our next release (Feb 12), you will be able to specify a both a minimum and a maximum number of units. Please see our release note and an excerpt below.

    AX-9265 - By popular demand from our ideas forum, users can now specify both a minimum and maximum number of unit enrolments in elective streams under a qualification's package rules.

    https://axcelerate.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/articles/360001358776-Release-Notes-12th-February-2020

    If you have any questions, please reach out to your Customer Success Manager.

    Kind regards,
    Rod.

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  • Cassandra Curtis

    I was just about to post the same issue Susan!

    We work within the Public Safety Training Package and face the same issues.

    I agree - this is a compliance issue.

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  • Stephen Short

    I posed exactly the same question and was informed that "There's always a chance that other clients may support your feature suggestion and the idea will gain enough traction to be considered by the development team."  As this was posted several months ago, one would assume that the 'idea' hasn't "gained enough traction."  As this is a VET compliance related issue, I would consider such functionality as more than a 'nice to have'.  I don't have enough knowledge to comment on the complexity of the ask, but it seems illogical to have functionality that does not cater for all packaging rules.

    It would also help if Elective Units are displayed in their respective groups (in the course view), for qualifications that are packaged in this way (in other words as they appear in TGA (Training.gov.au).

    Hoping that we have now passed the 'threshold'

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  • Rod Staines

    Good morning All,

    I will review this with our Product Manager at our next product meeting.

    Kind regards,
    Rod.

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  • Stephen Short

    Thank you Rod

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