Assessment Status Report

OK…you’ve got your competencies in, and you’ve got some assessments recorded. How do you report a student’s current status with respect to their assigned competencies? Simple…use the new Assessment Status Report. This report will give you a “snapshot” of a student’s competency status for any given date.

Generating the Report

In Evaluator, go to the Reports menu and choose the Competency Reports option.  Then choose the Assessment Status Report link.


On the Who tab, select the students you wish to include in the report.


On the What tab you have several options.  The key choices are discussed below.

  • Sort By
    You can sort the report by Comptency Group or by competency Profile.
  • Profiles
    You can select the profiles to include in the report.  You have the option of selecting All Profiles or Selected Profiles.  When you choose the Selected Profiles option, you have the ability to create a list of selected profiles.
  • Type
    Select either Summary or Detail.
  • Assessments
    By Choose whether assessments by an assessor, self assessments or both should be shown in the report.
  • Show
    You can show competencies that are assigned as Mandatory, Developmental or both.
  • Assessments not associated with Profile
    If this box is checked, assessments that have been performed on an employee for a competency that is not currently assigned to the employee will be included.
  • Students with
    No Profile If this option is selected, all students selected on the Who tab are included in the report, regardless of whether they are currently assigned any of the selected profiles.
  • Include comment
    If checked, the comments entered by the assessor are shown on the report.


On the When tab you select the “as of” date for the report.  The most recent assessments, as of the selected date will be shown in the report.


On the Where tab you select the Report Form and File Type for the report.


An example of the report is shown below.


Art Werkenthin
Art Werkenthin is president of RISC, Inc. and has over 30 years' experience working with LMS systems in the Oil & Gas, Retail, Finance and other industries. Mr. Werkenthin holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.B.A. in Information Systems Management from the University of Texas. Mr. Werkenthin is a member of the ADL cmi5 committee and frequently presents on cmi5 and xAPI. Follow him on Twitter @AWerkenthin for xAPI and cmi5 updates, as well as blog post announcements.