The Reports section allows you to pull off user information for participants and adults within your LO. To access it, click on 'Reports' on the navigation panel and you can then select which report you would like to run.
To receive participant usernames select 'Participant usage'. You can either select a group or select all groups, then click 'Run report'.
On the data protection prompt screen, select 'I Agree' and your report will download as a CSV file.
Open this to present a list of participants, their eDofE ID numbers (Column A), Usernames (Column H) and the date of their last login (Column I). N.B Expand Column I to display the date.
This is a useful report to use when you run an initial participant eDofE session, so that you have participant usernames to hand for their first time logging in. It will also indicate which participants are engaging with eDofE - e.g where columns I and J are blank, this indicates that these participants have never logged in.
You can also pull off a similar report for adults within your LO (based on role type), showing usernames, dates of last login and the number of outstanding alerts they have. From this, you can determine which adults are engaging with eDofE and follow up with further training as required.
User Information reports
To find out the participants' dates of birth (which will be their password when they first log in): you will need to run a 'User Information' report. To do this, select 'User Information'. You can either select a group or select all groups, then click 'Run Report'
On the data protection prompt screen, select 'I Agree' and your report will download as a CSV file. Open the report and Column D will show the dates of birth. You can then copy and paste this into a new spreadsheet with the username from the 'Participant Usage' report, ready for the first eDofE session with participants.
The reporting Suite has the capability to draw business intelligence reports with useful statistics - e.g. Awards achieved, Awards started or the number of participants with only one section of their Award left to complete.