Please help me conceptualize course with manager content
I am making a new bloodborne pathogens course, and my team has been debating if we should make one course or two, since we have some content that applies to managers only (record keeping, ensuring annual compliance, etc). The manager content is woven throughout the course, so it's not a "chunk" that can be stuck either at the beginning or end of the course.
I am thinking that we could include all content in one course file, by using a true/false variable. On the first slide, learners would select their job title (manager or non-manager). That would set off a true/false variable, which would determine the sequence of slides from there.
For instance, if a learner selects the manager role, they would then see slides 1, 2, 3, and 4. A non-manager would see slides, 1, 2, (skip 3), and 4. Each slide would have a trigger so that the Next Button is based on the variable (in this example, after slide 2 managers view slide 3, but non-managers skip to slide 4).
I haven't played with this yet in Articulate, and before I begin can anyone tell me if this is the best way to cover all of the content in one course file?
Also, how would this work for quizzes? Can I have two quizzes (one manager, and one non-manager) in the same course?
Our other idea was just to make two entirely separate courses and publish both to our LMS, but we like the idea of only making one course since about 90% of the content is the same.
Thank you in advance for any input!