When you are registered as an Admin, you either possess Program Admin or Account Admin rights. There are some important differences between the two, which will be explained in this article.
An Account Admin has the most control over the account as he or she is able to manage each program and its trainees.
It is also possible to add users to an account and assign a particular role to them. Moreover, it's possible to remove users or change their roles. The roles that can be assigned to users are: Account Admin, Program Admin, Content developer and coach.
A Program Admin can change the content of certain programs. Also, as a Program Admin you can invite trainees for certain programs, and link coaches to trainees. A Program Admin can be assigned to certain programs by an Account Admin or by a Program Admin from the same program. The Program Admin only has control over the Programs that he/she is added to. As can be seen in the screenshot below, the Program Admin can't change Account settings.
Admins belong to a certain Reporting Group. This can be the whole account of an organization, but it can also be only a part of the account. The capabilities described above only apply within the reporting group. An Account Admin can only change account- or program settings within the reporting group he/she is in.