In our courses, including "Negotiating and Applying Influence and Power," the grading system is based on a pass/fail criteria. To successfully complete the course and earn a certificate, learners are required to achieve a score of 65% or higher.
The assessment and evaluation process is designed to measure learners' understanding and application of the course material. Various assessments, quizzes, and assignments are provided throughout the course to gauge learners' comprehension and mastery of the concepts covered.
Once learners have completed the required assessments and activities, their performance is evaluated against the passing threshold of 65%. If their overall score meets or exceeds this threshold, they will be considered to have passed the course. Upon successful completion, learners will receive a certificate of completion or achievement.
It's important for learners to strive for a solid understanding of the course material and actively engage in the learning process to ensure they meet the required passing score. Regular participation, completion of assignments, and active involvement in discussions and activities can contribute to a successful outcome.
By setting the pass/fail standard at 65%, the course aims to ensure that learners have demonstrated a satisfactory level of proficiency in the subject matter before receiving their certificate. This provides a clear benchmark for learners to assess their own progress and work towards achieving the required level of mastery in Negotiating and Applying Influence and Power.