If they are just "tips", there's no reason why (for purposes of the training), that they need to be displayed in one place/contiguously, as mentioned above by Tim.
You could place a small "?" icon, (you will find about 1000 here....) on slide, even in different places.
Every time the learner clicks on one, have a text box with the "Tip" fly-in from bottom, (it starts in a Hidden state),, so that they "collect" them as they go through.
At the the end of the course - refer to a resource, or even go through them at that point. If you explain that they have been shown al the way through the course, it validates "summarizing" them in a list or resource format, and (as above), at that point you can group them. You could offer optional "click to reveal examples of where there was an epic fail on this item...." showing personal and financial risks and liabilities as an option exploratory/"aide-memoire" item.
Good luck, and let us know how it went.