I am in the early stages of rolling out Moodle for staff training at a construction company.
The company uses lots of different software and has different user roles.
I plan to make courses for each software (or even for modules within the software).
I may also end up with different courses for the same software, focusing on how the software applies to specific user roles.
At the moment I have limited users, courses and activities set up, and even less user activity data.
I am therefore finding it hard to visualise how the course and user data will look once there are lots of courses, users and activity results in the system.
I can see that we can know (and visualise) which staff have successfully completed specific Moodle courses, or activities within a specific course.
This will be useful to the business, and manageable in terms of Moodle core functions and perhaps some plugins.
However, I am concerned that a business question may be "Who is competent to do x", where the answer requires an assessment of selected activities and results across several courses. Is this a use case for competencies (I have never used them, nor do I really understand their implementation)?