Creating Custom Content for Your SafetySkills LMS Account

At SafetySkills, we understand that your company is unique. You may have company-specific documents you need to ensure your learners view, or you may want to create a course to cover a company-specific topic. We can offer a few different solutions for creating custom content for your account, depending on your needs. For company documents that […]

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How to Upload and Edit a Custom Course

If you have content created outside of our LMS, you can added it to the library by creating a custom course. The LMS can accept an AICC URL or a SCORM 1.2 ZIP file. The SCORM package has an upload limit of 50 MB. If you have a SCORM course that is larger than 50 […]

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Do you create custom courseware?

We have the experience, resources and, most importantly, the commitment to ensure that your project is completed on-time, on-target and on-budget. Our experience in designing, developing and deploying targeted, need-specific training programs covers more than 20 years and over 700 projects. We’ve learned a lot over the years: we have developed proven technologies, build methodologies, […]

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What instructional design methodology do you adhere to?

SafetySkills approaches every learning development project under the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (ADDIE) model. This model is the accepted industry standard for instructional design and technology. It ensures that the development of training programs is consistent and systematic, as well as efficient and effective. Our instructional systems designers are trained to adhere to […]

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How do you support custom content courseware after delivery?

There are several situations that could result in the custom courseware needing updates/patching/adjustments. These are a few such scenarios and how a client would be charged/not charged for services rendered: Browser/operating system updates – SafetySkills warrants against defect that the custom courseware will function properly in the designated operating/system(s) and Web browser(s) environment(s) identified in […]

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