The spidergram captures your level of lean competency in a variety of different areas as well as displaying your overall level of competency (the figure at the top of the diagram). Each of the different areas have courses and resources linked to them. So for example, 5S Workplace Organisation has courses and resources which help learners develop skills in that particular area. When these are successfully completed, a lean credit is awarded and the spidergram will add that to the 5S arm of the spidergram. At the same time, it will add the credit to the overall lean competency.
Credits can also be awarded to accredited job-related activities, and this is indicated on the 'On the job' arm of the spidergram.
When you first register, the spidergram will display the same level for all its elements.
For more information, you can select this link to open a page explaining the spidergram.