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Unit Clusters

Unit Clusters provide a way of grouping Units within a Qualification. They can be used for defining specific clusters of units as part of a students training. Utilising Unit Clusters can be an efficient way to manage training for an individual that requires specific stages or sequences of units.

This functionality has been implemented in the VETtrak 2018 version release (Version: 18.1)

Open the Configuration Manager by choosing Manage > Configuration from the menu. The Configuration Manager displays an alphabetically ordered explorer tree.

 

Adding a new Unit Cluster

  • Right-click Unit Clusters and choose Add new Unit Cluster.

This will open the Unit Cluster Wizard:

  • Enter the Unit Cluster name.
  • Optionally, enter a Code to identify the Unit Cluster.
  • Dictate if this Unit Cluster is categorised as Core or Elective
  • This Unit Cluster is a default will automatically select this unit cluster when creating new qualifications.
  • This Unit Cluster is inactive will archive this unit cluster, making it unavailable for use.
  • Optionally, provide a Description for the Unit Cluster.
  • Click Next and then Finish.

 

Editing an existing Unit Cluster

  • Expand Unit Clusters.
  • Right-click the Unit Cluster and choose Edit Unit Cluster.

This will open the Unit Cluster Wizard, where you can make changes.

 

Deleting a Unit Cluster

  • Expand Unit Clusters.
  • Right-click the Unit Cluster and choose Delete Unit Cluster.
  • Click Yes when asked to confirm the delete.

If an error occurs, the Unit Cluster has likely been used previously and is included in historical data. In this case, you will need to archive the code to remove it from active use.

 

Viewing the Unit Cluster report

This report will detail all the Unit Clusters, including those that have been archived.

  • Right-click Unit Clusters and choose Show Unit Cluster report.

The report will be displayed in a new tab/window.

 

RELATED: Adding a Course / Qualification (Qualification Manager)

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