Reward your learners for completing their assigned courses.
In this article, you will learn how to:
Create a certificate
Customize a certificate
Manage a certificate
Note: Certificates are only available on our Premium & Enterprise plans.
Create a New Certificate
Admins can create certificates by navigating to the Certificates page, under Content.
On this page, select "Add Certificate". Enter a name and click "Create". This will bring you to the Certificate's Content tab.
Customize a Certificate
From here, admins can customize the certificate to better reflect their own branding. In the Templates tab, admins can select from the available templates to apply to their new certificate.
Note: Northpass supports custom certificates. If you're interested in designing your own certificate, click the Add Custom Certificate icon to speak with someone on our Sales team.
In the Design tab, admins can configure many adjustments to the design of a certificate including:
All changes made to the certificate will update in the certificate preview. Don't forget to save your changes!
In the Recipients tab, admins can view a list of all learners who have received a particular certificate. Additionally, admins can view or download a given learner's certificate.
Clicking View will bring up the given certificate's Verification Page, and clicking download will bring up the PDF file in a new browser tab.
Admins can change the name of a certificate and specify whether or not a Certificate Awarded email should be sent to a learner when they have earned this certificate. The Certificate Name will show up in the header of a verification page.
In order to share certificates externally (for example, on LinkedIn), admins also have the option to make a verification page "Publicly Accessible". By doing this, anyone with the link to a verification page will be able to view the given certificate.
Sharing on LinkedIn
Northpass admins can also configure certificates so that Learners can easily share them to their LinkedIn profiles. To do so, enable the "LinkedIn Sharing" checkbox on a given certificate.
When doing so, admins will be prompted to enter an Issuing Organization, and/or a LinkedIn Organization ID. If your company exists on LinkedIn, we recommend including your Organization ID, as this will pre-populate your LinkedIn company details when learner's share a certificate.
This section highlights each of the courses that are "associated" with the certificate. From this table, admins can easily navigate to the Recipients tab, or remove this certificate from a given course.