Back in the day, e-learning courses were made by “the man behind the curtain.” Secret programmers with special, secret skills worked behind closed doors to build courses designed by us mere mortals.
Today, tools like Adobe Captivate prove that you can create a course that is visually rich, highly interactive, and customized to meet your instructional needs. You can do all of this without having to write a single line of code.
What Will You Learn?
During this two-day, hands-on Adobe Captivate Training Workshop, you’ll learn everything you need to start creating interactive e-learning content. One of our e-learning experts will guide you through building a course in Adobe Captivate 8 OR 9 from beginning to end.
You’ll learn how to:
Create new projects.
Add and manage slides.
Add text, graphics, video, and audio.
Edit object properties.
Add entrance/exit animations and motion paths.
Create actions and interactions.
Work with variables and advanced actions.
Create quiz questions.
Create screen recordings and simulations.
Customize the player.
Publish a course.
Clear & Simple Pricing
Two-Day Group Workshop
Bring us on-site or online for a 12-hour, hands-on workshop with your entire team!
One-on-One Virtual Workshop
Let us pair you with one of our e-learning experts for a private, hands-on virtual workshop!
This workshop has been designed for anyone who is just getting started with Adobe Captivate 8 OR 9. Although we don’t require any prerequisites for our Adobe Captivate Training Workshop, it helps to have a working knowledge of Adobe programs.
What Equipment & Software Do You Need?
To attend this workshop, you will need a computer with an Internet connection, a mouse, and Adobe Captivate 8 OR 9 installed.
Diane is the Founder & President of Artisan E-Learning and E-Learning Uncovered. Diane leads the executive team and also keeps busy speaking, writing, training, and occasionally jumping in on a development project. She started in the e-learning industry back in 2000 by helping a classroom-based training service provider convert its content to e-learning. She speaks at several national conferences every year, and is a past board member of the Metro DC and the Northeast Florida chapters of ATD (Association for Talent Development).