Certificates and statistics
Once an examination has been conducted, the results will be collected and saved to the EVA database. Statistics can be generated using this data, which in turn can provide insight into whether a candidate has passed certification.
All certificates can be found in the certificate registry once they have been conducted. They can be found by certificate number, candidate ID or a combination of date of birth and a number or letter from their last name.
Candidates themselves can declare whether their name and date of birth are allowed to be published.
API to check certificates
The results of an examination will be stored in the EVA statistics once an examination has been conducted. Depending on their role, users can see statistics such as:
Candidate: what types of examinations have been taken by a candidate with the option to drill down to subject level. With this, the candidate will gain insight into what subjects need special attention (to prepare for a resit for example).
Instructor: how often and by how many candidates a type of examinations has been taken on request of the instructor. Here, there is also the option to drill down to subject level. With this, the instructor will gain insight into what subjects need special attention during training. National averages can also be found here and can be drilled down to subject level, so that the instructor can evaluate their own results.
Employer: the same insights as the instructor. These insights relate to all employees who have been enrolled for examination.
Super user/examination manager: the same insights as the instructor. These insights can be grouped by instructor, employer or candidate. It's possible here to drill down to question level, so examination managers can see what questions are generally answered correctly and which are not. This can help determine whether there is need to communicate with instructors or the creators of course material.
These modules are tightly integrated. This will make sure there are only a couple of screens you'll have to work with to get things going on a daily basis.