Using supplemental videos as the sole course content

Hi Everyone and Happy New Year!

I am creating training on systems and subsystems for a hospital being built.  Last year, I developed the courses from documentation and PowerPoint decks created by the engineers.  Videos were filmed of the vendors explaining some of the subsystems and these videos were used as supplemental training material.

This year the engineers do not have time to write the documentation and PowerPoints, so the videos will have to be used as the main material for the courses.

Do any of you have any suggestions on how to use these videos in the best way possible to make them into a training course?  As opposed to just having a menu slide which links to the set of videos for a particular system or subsystem?

Thank you,


1 Reply
Nicole Legault

Hi there John!

Happy new year and thanks for posting your question here in the E-Learning Heroes forums!

That's a great question! I think this could be a great opportunity to use Rise. Maybe you can create a simple Rise module and chunk out the video into small segments to use in each lesson. You could add an intro that explains each section, or piece of video, at a high level. After watching the video maybe even a knowledge check question or 2 testing the learners on the most important pieces of information.

To recap, I think chunking the video into small, bite-size pieces, that go along with explanations of why this content is important, could be most effective and easy! 

I'm excited to see what other ideas community members come up with!