If you're an account owner and would like to check your SDI 2.0 and Learner Toolkit credits on your account or understand more about the balanced, read the following information.
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Check Your SDI 2.0 and Learner Toolkit Credit Balance
To check the credits on your account or see a history of your purchased and assigned credits, follow these steps:
- Log in to app.corestrengths.com.
- Click Account in the top-level navigation.
- Click Usage in the second-level navigation.
- Click Balance to see your unassigned and assigned SDI credits and Learner Toolkit credits. See Understand your credit balance on this page for more information.
- Click History to see a chronology of: when each credit is assigned, redeemed, or unassigned; which credit is used; and who moved the credit. This tab also shows who purchased credits for the account.
Understand Your SDI 2.0 and Learner Toolkit Credit Balance
Read the following information to learn more about your SDI 2.0 and Learner Toolkit credit balance.
SDI 2.0 credit balance
You use SDI 2.0 credits to send invitations to friends and family.
SDI 2.0 credits are redeemed when the member accepts your invitation and takes the SDI 2.0 assessment.
You have three fields to understand in your SDI 2.0 credit balance:
|Field||What it means|
|Unassigned||The amount of credits you have remaining. They are reduced only when a member accepts your invite, not when you send them an invite. |
|Assigned||The amount of credits you've given to members by inviting them to the Core Strengths platform.|
|Total||The sum of both Unassigned and Assigned credits. |
Learner Toolkit Credit Balance
You use a Learner Toolkit credit when you send an invitation to a learner through a class.
When you invite a learner to a class, the Core Strengths platform assigns both an SDI 2.0 credit and a Learner Toolkit credit to the invitee. When the learner takes the SDI 2.0 assessment, they redeem an SDI 2.0 credit. The Learner Toolkit is redeemed when the Facilitator takes attendance and the learner is marked as present. See Take Attendance for a Class.
- If the learner is marked as present, the Learner Toolkit credit is redeemed.
- If the learner is marked as absent, the Learner Toolkit credit is credited back to your account and marked as Unassigned.
You have three fields to understand in your Learner Toolkit credit balance:
|Field||What it means|
|Unassigned||The amount of credits you have remaining. This total takes into account any learners who've received an invite. The total balance is reduced when a learner is marked as present in a class. |
|Assigned||The amount of credits you've given to learners by inviting them to a class.|
|Total||The sum of both Unassigned and Assigned credits.|