Most often, assessment is only thought of in terms of assessment of learning, i.e. did the learner achieve the learning outcomes of the object? Assessment of learning often takes places in a formal manner that asks learners to recall knowledge, or perform analysis according to what they have learned. Recalling and applying knowledge can help cement it in learner's memories.
Assessment of learning is important, as it confirms that learners are equipped and competent to perform their required tasks. It is particularly important for situations such as ensuring compliance with critical policies. You may like to use a formal assessment section for this.
However, you can also use assessment as learning. In this case, asking questions becomes a part of the learning experience. You can encourage your learners to set goals and self-assess their progress and achievements. A good way to do this is to ask your learners to self-reflect using blocks such as text-entry and rating scale blocks. You may set up resources to help your learners continue their journey after the course is complete.
You can also use assessment for learning. Learning doesn't need to end when a module is complete, and it doesn't need to be restricted to the learner. It's important to keep learning from the results of people who take your course to keep refining and developing the learning experience, and future learning experiences.