Provider Admins have the ability to view and download staff certificates. When a staff member on the Associated Educator roster completes coursework, managers with the “Applicant” status on the roster can view it by going to Indiana Learning Paths. To verify your account is setup correctly, please do the following:
- Login to ilead.in.gov
- Provider admins who've accepted their admin invite in their email inbox will have the licenses listed in the "Providers" section of the I-LEAD dashboard
- Select the license you wish to view by clicking "View Details" under the license
- Scroll down to the Associated Educator roster and find your name on the roster. You should have "Applicant" listed as "Educator Type". If it's missing, click "Update" and change the type to "Applicant".
If you're already listed as "Applicant" go back to the the home page or "Back to Dashboard" to do the following:
Click "Start your Indiana Learning Paths" (It should automatically connected. If not, go back and click the button again to see if it will take you past the login page).
Click on the Profile Icon, and change the role from Learner to Manager.
Click the Manage Users button.
Then click Learner Transcript Reports.
All the staff connected to your license(s) will be in "Learner Reports" and can be searched by name. Click on the user’s ID number to view what courses are completed for that person. Managers can also download the certificate from each completed course for that individual.
This will show a copy of their Transcripts. Managers can download their certificates using the "Print Certificate" section by clicking the following button:
Note: Please make sure there's a Completion Date and that the certificate hasn't expired. So long as their is a completion date, a pdf file will download. Those with missing completion dates either haven't opened all the links in the lesson, met the score requirement, or haven't completed the lesson. Check out "Tips to Generate Certificates" for more information. Safe Sleep courses are only required once but have an expiration date in case the lesson is required by licensing to be retaken.