I am trying to develop a design template to create training material, and need some help. We are using Captivate 2019 and below is the requirement.
Design the SCORM package content with Menu Items on the left. Main menu has different sub menus, and each time sub menu content and quiz is completed (including software simulation test), some % completion is tracked at a main menu level.
There are software simulations (such as Demo, Assessment, and Training) for each learning content under sub menu. (Ex: Create Sales Order)
Once all sub menus items are completed, entire learning is considered complete, and badge is displayed.
Below is the sample design we want to get done.
Thanks in advance
Just want to warn you not to use a cptl file at all, it is very buggy since a couple of versions, esecially if you are embedding variables and advanced actions (which you need for sure in this project). It is better to ocreate a good custom theme for the design aspects, and based on that theme create a cptx file which you can use over and over again. You can lock objects on thes ldies.
Not sure which typeof help you want. Is it for displaying which parts have been visited, and showing a badge when all has been done?
Thanks for the quick response
The intent is when user cliks on sales training, it should open up training contact which is prepared using SCORM file. When user selects a topic to get trained, we want to show something similar to above picture. The 'sales module' has 2 sub modules 'Sales Order' and 'Customer', and each of them has other sub modules (Create, Change Delete etc)... if user completes 'sales order' content, 50% complete is shown as progress. Quiz is given after the completion of each module.
We know how to create SCORM files for each item (such as create sales order) but doesn't know how to put BACK, MAIN MENU buttons in the training content.
Hope this gives you some idea
I don't really understand why you talk about a template? It looks like you talk about several courses, and that you are using a LMS since you talk about SCO's. Why noy lleave the management of the courses to the LMS? If you want to do this in Captivate, you should need to use local storage to transfer variables between the courses, but that means it will only be functional when the learner uses the same system and is not clearing the local storage. Whereas the LSM can mamage the courses without those llimitations.