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And it's possible there's a legal issue with knowing the status of the training without a demonstrated "need to know". (Such as being in a calling that requires it.)

We can speculate all day, but that's not going to change anything. But I do sense the legal department's hands in many of these decisions.

If you feel strongly about it, have the stake president take the issue up with his coordinating council.
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Every time I am asked to take the training, I reply with the email I received when I trained, along with a reminder that it is good for three years. I am not in a calling that requires the training, but occasionally I am asked to assist with the youth in ways that would suggest that the training is a good thing to have completed.

I agree that it would be nice to know who has completed the training. At one time, I thought the bishop and the ward clerk could see that information in a report.
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lajackson wrote: Wed Jun 22, 2022 5:37 pm Every time I am asked to take the training, I reply with the email I received when I trained, along with a reminder that it is good for three years. I am not in a calling that requires the training, but occasionally I am asked to assist with the youth in ways that would suggest that the training is a good thing to have completed.

I agree that it would be nice to know who has completed the training. At one time, I thought the bishop and the ward clerk could see that information in a report.
They can only see those who have a calling which requires the training. That has been the discussion in this thread.
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Since this is not a forum to get any action to be taken, where would be the most appropriate place to attempt to get action taken?
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tiger wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 8:48 am Since this is not a forum to get any action to be taken, where would be the most appropriate place to attempt to get action taken?
There are two avenues:
You can use the feedback link at the bottom of any church page. That will get the idea in front of the decision makers, but you're unlikely to get any feedback.

Or, you can ask your stake president to take it up with his coordinating council.
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tiger wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 8:48 am Since this is not a forum to get any action to be taken, where would be the most appropriate place to attempt to get action taken?
The Feedback on any Church website page will get information to the developers. The feedback link in an app will do the same, but that is not an option in this case, of course.

Another way to send requests is through your priesthood leaders. Your bishop counsels often with your stake president. Your stake president meets regularly with his assigned Area Seventy who is also able to elevate requests to those in leadership at Church headquarters who make the decisions concerning these matters.
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