Articulate Training

John Ehle

8 posts

Posted Friday, April 13, 2012 at 9:34 AM  


I am a beginner with Articulate and wanted to know if anyone has attended the articulate trainings through Yukon. I understand the basics but am looking for more foundational training on the software as I am the only user of Articulate at my company. I would be traveling to attend the trainings so I am interested in the value before I invest the money. Any thoughts?

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Melanie Sobie

208 posts

Posted Friday, April 13, 2012 at 11:31 AM  

HI John!  Welcome to the Articulate community. (I see you are a fellow cheese-head.) Go Packers!


I haven't attended any of the paid trainings. However, if you are new to Articulate I would recommend buying the book "E-Learning Uncovered: Articulate Studio '09" (by Tanya Coomes, Diane Elkins and Desiree Ward). That will get you past the beginner stage very very quickly - and then you might be ready to take the advanced training courses you would need to travel for later on.


Also, if you are new to Articulate, please be sure to review the information in the tutorials section of this community page. Start with any tutorials and information on how to organize your project files. The Powerpoint  files (*.ppta and *.pptx) MUST be kept on your hard drive, and you must NOT move them unless you use the Articulate Package function.  Also, you will want to review the list of supported Powerpoint animations to see what cannot be used in Articulate.


Good luck and welcome!

Colin Eagles

134 posts

Posted Friday, April 13, 2012 at 11:51 AM  

I attended a Yukon Advanced users course - totally worth the money.  Ron (Price) knew a ton and was totally willing to help us with specific (usually off-topic) questions.  I would completely recommend it as a way to get familiar and comfortable on the fly.


I only went for the Advanced day - but I would recommend the Beginner & Advanced days for a new user.  It's not too complicated and it gives you two days to really dig around in Articulate.


Then I would recommend spending time in the community.


Cheers and (as Melanie said) Welcome!

Posted Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 8:06 AM  


They are only coming to Toronto.  Their May dates are sold out, but they will return July 10 & 11 to Toronto.  See training dates here




I went to the advanced class last year and enjoyed it.



Posted Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 9:42 AM  

ThinkBIG has a great Intro and Advanced Storyline course that you can take in person or online live if you haven't taken the training yet! 


You can sign up here: 

Intro to Articulate Storyline Training

Advanced Articulate Storyline Training

Eimear O'Neill

87 posts

Posted Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 6:02 PM  

Hey John, just wanted to add onto Colin's comment, that when I did Studio training through Yukon, with Ron as trainer and Tom as special guest,  I found it incredibly helpful, hands on and I picked up many tricks & tips. I have no doubt Ron will work his same magic at the Storyline training. Well worth the investment

Jessica Brown

53 posts

Posted Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at 12:11 PM  

I want to attend these courses, and I see that there will be two in Atlanta this year.  Yay!  For those of you who attended, is there something tangible you get at the end like a certificate?  My boss wants me to be able to take something with me to my next job that says to them, "Hi, I'm Jessica...I really am a Storyline expert!"  

Posted Saturday, February 01, 2014 at 11:52 AM  

I’m also hoping to attend the training in Atlanta (early March).  For a new user, is the two day beginner course enough or do you suggest all three days(two day beginner and one day advanced)?  I don’t want my brain to explode, but I also don’t want to wish I had stayed for the third day.  I created one course during the 30 day free trial of Storyline but that’s the extent of my experience.

User Rank Daniel Brigham

1,281 posts

Posted Monday, February 03, 2014 at 3:12 PM  

Hi, John: I've heard only good things about Yukon, so if it's in the budget, I'd say do it.


You might also be interested in the two Storyline courses at "Up and Running with Articulate Storyline" by David Rivers and "Storyline Advance Techniques" by yours truly. Hope that helps. --Daniel

Posted Monday, February 24, 2014 at 6:20 PM  

I'm signed up for the Atlanta Storyline Training March 4-6.  Will anyone else from the forum be there?  If so, please let me know because I'd be happy to meet some of the forum members.

Posted Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 6:12 AM  

I miss the March dates in Toronto, and June is a little long to wait. I found an alternative training, New Toronto Group - has anyone heard anything about them as a provider?