From the learning dashboard, click on 'Build a course'.
Create a New Course
Click 'Create' in the top, right-hand corner and give your new course a name.
In the course builder, there is a course summary on the left that gives an overview of the different sections. Use this column to add, edit and sort the course sections and to access the course settings.
Each course can be broken up into smaller sections.
Give each section a title and a short description of the learning objectives of the section.
After adding a section, select 'Add Content' to begin creating course content.
There are three media types for course content.
1. Instructional text & images
2. Instructional videos
3. Assessments to test the instructional material.
Several subsections of any media type can be added using the 'Add Content' button. Drag and drop sections or subsections to reorder them.
Text & Images
These require a title and some text.
Text can be edited similar to a Word document.
Images can be optionally included in the text by pressing the image icon and uploading your image.
Scroll to the bottom of the text editor to save.
Should there be additional resources related to this section, these can be uploaded and made available to the worker for download and printing. Resources could include PDFs or related legislation for example.
Choose a title for the instructional video and click 'Upload a video'.
Please Note: Video files should be 720p resolution and less than 400MB in size.
Scroll down to save the uploaded video content.
As in Text & Images, additional resources can be uploaded with the video.
Workers can be assessed on the information provided.
Include an assessment title and a description to provide workers with any extra information about the assessment.
Add questions individually including:
- Question Title (the question that the worker needs to answer)
- Question Guide (optional, for further details about the question)
- Question Type (how the question will be answered)
- Multiple choice text - requires manual entry of correct and incorrect possible answers
- Multiple choice image - require uploading images, one of which is the correct answer
A pass mark can optionally be set to indicate how many questions from the total a worker needs to answer correctly.
The course name and description can be changed without affecting the course content.
The course status can be changed from Draft to Published when it is ready for workers to use.
A course image will appear in the course library.