We have enabled more tags. When you post a discussion or reply to a question, add tags. They have full search capability. Try it!
Listen to the main takeaways from our latest TSIA World Envision conference at TECHtonic podcast now!

Is anybody tracking learning of their Clients with CLP (Continuous Learning Points)?

Alexander Ziegler
Alexander Ziegler Founding Member | Expert ✭✭✭

It seems CLP is an emerging currency for tracking learning - I'm wondering who in this group already has experience. How do you convert hours to CLP? How do you issue the CLPs to your Clients? Any other experience?


  • Carlos Alves
    Carlos Alves TSIA Administrator, Moderator, Founding Member | admin

    As a user, I saw the Google Cloud program on AI training. It counts points, unlocks content, and guides the curricula.

  • Beverly van de Velde
    Beverly van de Velde Member | Enthusiast ✭
    edited November 7

    We are currently in the process of defining what we will call "OnePoints", which are different values/points associated with various learning or development activities (e.g., course completion, exam development SME, conference speaker, etc.). We will use this point system for extending certified professionals 'active certified status' in lieu of having to recertify. (NOTE: CPEs won't be applicable since they aren't recognized outside of NAM.)

  • Alexander Ziegler
    Alexander Ziegler Founding Member | Expert ✭✭✭

    @Beverly van de Velde this is interesting and good to hear that there is somebody else looking into this. We decided on IBM side that I'll go ahead in running a pilot (early December) and we'll come up similar to you with a Points System long-term (to be released latest middle of next year), and I'll align our points to the most commonly used CLP rules (as there is not yet a common standard but lots of similar rules).

    If anybody is interested please ping me - I assume this topic will grow as in NA there seems to be a quite big focus.