This article contains an overview of reports on the Reporting page which are related to the learn module.

If you want more info on the Reporting page and how to find it, see this article

Users and courses matrix

This report shows all the courses on your platform and the progress your students have made


  • id: unique identifier of the user
  • external_id
  • student_name: Full name of the user

The other columns show the names of the courses on your platform and specify if they're published or not. A value in one of these columns is the progress in % of the student in that course.

Session details and enrolled students

This report shows the attendance of students in sessions.


  • session_name
  • student_first_name
  • student_last_name
  • student_email
  • attended: true or false
  • instructor(s): full name(s) of the instructor(s) of the session
  • active: true or false. Shows if the student's account on the platform is enabled (true) or disabled (false).
  • organisation
  • teams: teams that the student is a part of
  • duration(min): duration of the session in minutes
  • date_session
  • start_time
  • end_time

Export of logged courses followed by users

Users that have followed or want to follow courses that are not available on your U4TM platform can still log this on the platform so their team leaders or coaches have the complete picture of their learning journey.

This report shows all the courses that your users have logged or requested to follow outside the U4TM platform.


  • course_name
  • external/internal: is the course available from an external source (outside your organisation), or from an internal source (example: a book at the office)
  • description
  • student_first_name
  • student_last_name
  • student_external_id
  • active: true or false. Shows if the student's account on the platform is enabled (true) or disabled (false).
  • date_of_birth: birthday of the user
  • organisation
  • teams
  • start_date_course
  • start_hour_course
  • end_date_course
  • end_hour_course
  • url: url of the course in case it's an online course
  • cost: estimated cost to follow the course

Basic overview of all courses in the platform

This report shows some basic information of all the courses on your platform


  • name: name of the course
  • description: course description
  • duration_in_minutes
  • created_at: date when the course was created
  • published: true or false. Is it published at the moment?
  • published_at: date when the course was published
  • course_type: 'intuo' (course that was created on the platform) or 'scorm'
  • language
  • groups: groups that have access to the course
  • topics: topics of the course
  • instructors: full names of course instructors


Detailed overview of courses in the platform. Includes information about a course's stages and steps

This report is a more detailed version of the 'basic overview' report shown above. It has the same columns but also provides a textual representation of the course's structure in the following format:

  • stage_X_name: name of the stage
  • stage_X_description: description of the stage
  • stage_X_created_at: date when the stage was added to the course
  • stage_X_step_details: textual representation of the steps in this stage. Example: "(1) Identify the main principles of the GDPR (Text), (2) Key concepts of the GDPR (Slide), (3) Quiz (Quiz)"


Overview of all student enrollments in the platform

This reports shows in which learning materials your students have enrolled (tracks, courses or sessions) and what their current progress is.


  • user_name: full name of the student
  • user_email
  • user_birthday
  • user_team: teams that the student is a part of
  • user_tl: full names of the student's team leaders
  • user_tl_email: emails of the student's team leaders
  • material_name: name of the learning material the student enrolled in
  • material_description
  • material_type: 'Track', 'Intuo course', 'SCORM course', or 'Session'
  • completion: the student's progress in %
  • first_completed_at: date when the student first completed the learning material. Example: Courses can be retaken, so despite the completion not being 100% at the moment, this shows if the student has ever completed the course before.