Follow along below to get a better understanding of the status of your courses and submission.
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Mentorship and Feedback Courses:

Some of the courses you will complete are mentored courses, which means that an assigned mentor reviews your coursework after submission. Courses that are mentored will have a few different statuses from the time you begin completing them.

Blank - Your Courses tab, will display all courses you are enrolled. If you do not see anything written in red on the course card (as shown below), you have not begun that course yet.

Course in Progress - After you've started a course, but not yet finished, the course will appear as in progress. If you see this status (shown below), you still have work to be completed. Ensure to go back over your work to complete all the assignments. 

Review in Progress - You have submitted all of your work for the course and a mentor is reviewing your work. This process usually takes about 3-5 business days.

Waiting for Learner - Your assigned Mentor provided feedback for you to correct something within the course. Go back into your course and make the appropriate changes - then submit back to your mentor.

Credential Awarded - Once your Mentor has looked over all of your coursework and verified that everything is correct. You have completed the course and the appropriate credential has been awarded. 

Courses that are not Mentored:

Some of the courses on Participate are not mentored. For these courses, you will be auto-awarded a credential upon completion. 

Blank - If there isn't red writing in the course window, it means you have not begun the course yet.

Course in Progress - If you have started, but not yet finished completing your coursework.

Completed - Your course will automatically show as Completed and the appropriate credential has been awarded. 


*If you have questions or need assistance, contact our Support Team at support@participate.com or use the chat icon on the bottom-right corner of any page.

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