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Interactive Training Software


I am looking for interactive training software which will be used off-line.  I will be loading my own training material onto the software.  It should be simple for users as some are not full computer literate. 

Ideally it should have a facility to score assessments electronically.

There are a vast number of different pieces of software on the web - I am hoping someone could recommend software that they have previously used or heard of.

Any help or assistance is most appreciated

Kind regards,


4 Responses

  1. Seminar 7
    Hi Des

    I am currently evaluating Seminar 7 that does all of the above.

    They will give you a 1 month free trial if you want to take a look. It’s as easy to use as PowerPoint so you can get going from Day 1. Only been using it a few days but looks pretty good so far.

    E learning isn’t really my thing and I’m sure there are far more qualified people on here who could help.

    Good luck


  2. you don’t mention budget……

    ….for obvious reasons probably….

    I’m getting to grips with Captivate from Adobe, it does everything you seem to want and I think it is cheaper than many, whilst still being mainstream.

    However, if you are strapped for cash, PowerPoint does pretty much everything except keep score of assessments.  I was frankly quite stunned at just what you can do with PowerPoint especially when you think that virtually everyone has it on their PC already.

    I hope this helps

    if you want to pm me feel free



  3. Another option

    Yep, design everything up in Powerpoint (2007 preferably) and use Captivate to ‘e’ it is certainly an option.

    Although my preferred choice would be design everything in Lectora, using Captivate only if you’re doing system simulation stuff.

    You pays your money you makes your choice,

  4. Aritculate

    I have recently been tasked with investigating DIY e-learning products/software.

    So far I have reviewed Seminar 7, Captivate and Articulate.

    All of them certainly enable you to create DIY e-learning modules. 

    The one I have found the easiest to use is Articulate.  Using  their power point tool  I was able to transform a static presentation into an impressive, interactive, multimedia session after only a couple of hours. 

    Let me know how you get on……maybe we could share our finds.


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