Rating of courses and training plans


In this article, we will provide you with an overview of how courses and training plans are rated in LMS365, where you can see the training rating, how it can be managed and exported.

Overview of the rating system in LMS365

A star rating system is displayed on course and training plan home pages. Learners can set and change their own rating for courses/training plans when they have started the training (In Progress status) or have completed it.



Admins can also see the training rating in the LMS365 Admin Center > Training Management > the Average Rating column.




Training Plans are rated separately from courses included into them.

There are two ways learners can rate the training when they are in progress or complete it:

  • On the training home page in the Information section.



  • Directly in the Course Status block of the LMS365 Player.



After a learner rates the training, they can see their rating mark when hovering the stars in the Information section on the training home page or in the Course Player. The number of yellow stars displayed relates to the rating given. Learners can rate the training again, if necessary. The rating is updated when the page refreshes.




Where to manage rating

Course catalog admin as well as course admin can manage rating courses and training plans rating via LMS365 Admin Center > Training Management > Course/Training Plan Management panel > Manage Rating.




Rating page overview

On the Rating panel, administrator can see what rating mark and on what date and time has been set by a specific learner as well as hide this rating and export rating information to Excel.


Rating page provides the following information:

  • Average Rating - average of all received (not hidden) ratings given to the training. Use filters to customize information that will be included in your rating.
  • All Rating Marks - displays all ratings given to the training by learners. Use this button to quickly filter the learners according to the rating they assigned to the training or use the Search field to find a specific learner.


  • Date Range – select the period to start and end the Rating report. By default the Rating is organized by recent Date and Time. You can sort it by clicking any column.


Hide/show ratings

Select a learner and then select Hide Rating on the Actions panel to hide the specific learner's rating. To make the specific learner's rating visible and included in the number of ratings, select the learner and then Show Rating.

It is recommended to leave at least one rating displayed.



Learners will see the rating they set for the training on the training home page, even if the rating is hidden by the admin and therefore isn't counted in the calculation of the average rating of the course or training plan.



If a learner's rating is hidden, it will not be counted in the Average Rating. The Average Rating will be recalculated according to the visible ratings. In this case, the total number of users who have rated the training and their rating marks can still be seen on the Rating panel. On the training home page, only the total number of users who have rated the training will be shown, along with the average rating of the training.

Therefore, we recommend you leave at least one rating displayed.



Two users rated the course. The course admin hid all their ratings. The training home page won't show an average rating and the stars will be greyed out. However, 2 ratings is displayed because two users have rated the training.

Export the rating report

To export the ratings given by learners, on the Rating panel, select Export to Excel. The report is downloaded to your device in Excel format.

The report contains the following information.


  • The Name column shows the names of the learners who have rated the training.
  • The Rating column contains the rating given by each learner.
  • The Date and time column shows the date and time the rating was given.
  • The Visible column shows whether the rating is displayed (Yes - visible, No - hidden).


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