Individual Compliance - Pertains to people, i.e. the qualifications assigned to Roles.
Example: If a Coach requires a Working with Children Check and a Coaching Accreditation and has none or only one of these in her account, she will be marked as not compliant.
Group Compliance - Pertains to groups i.e. people with certain roles are required to be in a group.
Example: The group U12 Girls Team may need to have a compliant Coach and compliant Trainer included in it to be compliant as a group. If the Coach and Trainer are included in the U12 Girls team, the group is considered compliant (assuming both individuals have all their individual requirements satisfied for their role).
Overall Compliance - This is a combination of Group and Individual Compliance. Each individual and group in your organisation count as a single unit. Each of these units are weighted equally regardless if it's a person or a group.
Example: Your organisation has 1 group which is compliant. Therefore, group compliance is 100% (1 out of 1 groups is compliant). You also have 10 people in your organisation, 8 of which are compliant. Individual Compliance is 80% (8 out of 10 individuals are compliant). Overall Compliance combines both individual and group compliance and is then 82% (9 out of 11 units are compliant).
Note: The organisation as a whole counts as a group, and by default, a group or role that do not have requirements set is considered compliant.
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