Scenario-based eLearning in Minutes with Adobe Captivate


Paul wilson original
CTDP, Instructional Designer, Developer, Owner,
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Wed, Jul 27, 2022 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Your stakeholders have asked for something more effective than the same old drab eLearning course. But how do you do that? Attend this upcoming workshop on how to create more effective eLearning by using scenarios and learn when scenario-based learning is more useful and impactful than regular eLearning, where you can get stories to use in your scenario-based learning, and how you can take your existing content and convert it to scenario-based learning.
This hands-on workshop will allow you to take a supplied project file created in Adobe Captivate and follow along with Paul as he turns it into something that will remind learners of situations they have experienced in the past. They will understand why they are learning the concepts and skills because of how familiar it will all seem.
What attendees said...

David:     Branching view - was new to me.

Sheila A:     Sound and where to find free stock assets. Branching button also!  Thank you so much for the information!

Ramona:     Revisiting alot of features of Captivate, such as using themes and modifying those to save time, audio with WellSaid, and branching using mind-mapping.

Ron Tajchman:     Great to see the process. Gives me confidence to keep moving ahead.

Creighton Dinsmore:     Creating Master Slide template

Kaylee O'Connell:     The availability of so many free assets at

MB:     using the quiz for scenarios

Jeff Goudie:     Advantages and disadvantages of scenarios along with features of Captivate.

Moriah Pulver:     The branching tool - very nice. Also CTRL+D....I can't believe I didn't know that.

Kathy Clark:     Assigning sound to an object to get around the one-audio per slide rule.

Monica Torres:     Creating a custom template, and the branching view

AD:     Free abobe stock assets. master slide editing. voice over, and the value of storytelling using scenarios.

About Paul Wilson

Paul has been an eLearning designer and developer since 2005. In 2015 Paul started his own eLearning design company. To help promote his business, Paul began to create Adobe Captivate video tutorials on YouTube ( These videos were used to attract potential clients looking for a skilled eLearning designer. This strategy proved successful as he's worked with clients from all over the globe, helping them build highly engaging eLearning solutions.

Paul's YouTube channel presented an additional benefit of attracting aspiring Adobe Captivate developers to seek him out as a teacher. Paul now offers both online and onsite training on Adobe Captivate, teaching the skills users need to build engaging and interactive learning.

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