We are excited to announce that effective August 1, the SCAM series will be renamed to better reflect the content and competency of the training. The new naming convention was chosen after feedback received from customers who found the previous naming convention confusing.
Many learners also claimed to have completed the training, confusing SCAM 201 or 301 with the previous iteration. The new naming convention for the SCAM series is as follows:
- SCAM 1: Fundamentals
- SCAM 2: Identification
- SCAM 3: Application
The titles reflect the competency of the training, with SCAM 1 covering the fundamentals, SCAM 2 increasing the ability to identify, and SCAM 3 focusing on the ability to apply the knowledge gained.
We believe that these new names will better represent the content of the training and make it easier for learners to understand the progression of the courses. These are the preferred versions for both PC and mobile as they resize and have built-in accessibility features.
We have also introduced localised SCAM 1 Fundamental training courses for UK & NZ. Customers can access these new training courses within their Course Catalogue.
Select from the SCAM series training course in your Course Catalogue to schedule your learners for their SCAM courses. Preview a Course in the Course Catalogue
We hope that this change will enhance your learning experience and make it easier for you to navigate our course catalogue. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Customer Success and Support team.