NEW FEATURES: December/January 2018

Platinum Planner New Features Form Defaults Schools using Platinum Planner can decide if they want to use the system form defaults or not. This option is disabled by default, meaning you must check the checkbox for “Ignore form defaults” when editing a course. Report Upgrades Platinum has upgraded some of our reporting for Platinum Planner! […]

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Prices Effective July 1, 2018

July 2018 Pricing Schedule Our pricing schedule will increase slightly in 2018. These increases will not affect training institutions, but students will see a nominal change. The increase is being done for several reasons including: To continue providing our customers with the most up-to-date technology and software programming. To continue providing our customers with the […]

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Q: In Platinum Planner, is there a place I can check to see if I have skills turned on at the class level that I’m requiring for the course?

A: Yes! Our programmers recently added the ability to run an audit on the skills within a course to see if there are any skills that are required for a course, but that haven’t been enabled for any classes within that course yet. To access this as a School Administrator or a Course Instructor for […]

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Q: In Platinum Planner, why can’t my students sign up for an opportunity?

A: When trying to determine why a student cannot sign up for a specific opportunity, there are a few things to check: Is the opportunity associated with the correct class? If you edit the opportunity by going to “Manage Opportunities”, click “Edit” to the right of the opportunity, and go to the “Classes” tab, any […]

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Primum Non Nocere – First do no harm

This article was originally published in the November 2017 newlsetter by John Spencer/Customer Service Manager, Lead Medical Educator Listen carefully, do you hear it? Can you hear the cries for help? If not, listen a little more closely. It is the voice of our industry calling out in desperation, pleading for help because it has […]

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Q: In EMSTesting, can my students see their questions, rationale, and the correct answers on their Computer Adaptive Tests?

A: There is not a way for students to see the correct answer and rationale on the Computer Adaptive Testing when they finish a test. There are two reasons why we do not allow students to have access to this feedback. The first is that the CAT draws from the same question bank as the […]

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National Online Software Leaders Work Together to Meet Technical Colleges and Higher Education Institutional Needs

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. – As a leader in assessment, clinical tracking, scheduling, and reporting for nursing, allied health, and EMS institutions, Platinum Educational Group understands the importance of keeping track of students’ needs on one online platform. This also includes background checking and screening. Platinum is pleased to announce its new collaboration with Corporate Screening, […]

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NEW FEATURE: Class Groups and how to add Students to them

With the Unified Course/Class release on August 13, 2017, Platinum also released the ability for School Administrators to add students into Class Groups before student enrollment. Class Groups are groups under a “Class” that can be used to organize or group students. After payment, the student would go directly into this group. Note: Class Groups […]

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Platinum Educational Group and VerifyStudents.com

On August 13th, 2017 Platinum Educational Group released it’s Unified Course/Class feature. Along with this feature, we also now offer the ability to integrate your School or Course with VerifyStudents for student background screening. If you are unfamiliar with VerifyStudents, we have provided some information below on the company, the services they offer and how […]

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2017 EMS, Nursing, & Allied Health Student Scholarships Recap and Awardee Announcement!

Platinum would like to thank all the students that took the time and effort to apply for our student scholarships. There were so many great essays to choose from! But, in the end, three students rose above and were rewarded. The 2017 scholarship awardees are: EMS: Ethel Ventura, When Seconds Count Program, MA Nursing: Peggy […]

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