Remember, a Training, is a compilation of Modules containing Lessons, Resources, and Quizzes. Your Training can be sequential or non-sequential

Trainings are used to teach a new concept, provide an in-depth explanation, and ensure comprehension of a subject. Managers can track progress and scores of their user's Trainings from right inside the app. 

To create a Training, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Navigate to the “Trainings” menu option in your home screen. 

Step 2: Select "New Training."

Step 3: Update the Training title. 

The title will default to today's date, but we recommend changing it as soon as you've defined the concept you are Training on.

Step 4: Create your Training videos. 

Before uploading your videos into the Praxio Training Builder, you'll need to create them! 

You can upload the videos directly or link them directly from YouTube, Soapbox, Vimeo, or Loom. We'll show you how to add them to your Training in a few steps. 

Step 5: Type the name of the first Module. 

A Module is a set of Lessons (or videos)- a larger concept describing a set of smaller Lessons. 

You can see above that the Module title is "The Role of Email Marketing" which contains six Lessons all about this concept. 

Step 6: Add a Lesson. 

Click the + symbol. This is how you will upload videos, Resources, and Quizzes. 

Note: You will not be able to save a Training until you add at least one Lesson. 

Step 7: Title the Lesson. 

Step 8: Add your video content. 

You can either link, upload, or select a video. 

To link a video from YouTube, Wistia, Vimeo, or Loom, click "Web Address" and paste  the direct video link here. 

To upload your own video file from your computer, select "Upload" and find the file on your device. 

To use a video that you have added to Praxio, click "Media Library" and select the video you wish to add. 

Step 9: Save the Lesson. 

The Lesson thumbnail will update based on the video that is added to the Lesson. 

Step 10: Add a Resource or Quiz.  

A Resource or Quiz can be added to each Module (but not to Lessons). 

Step 11: Repeat. Create additional Lessons and Modules. 

Repeat the steps above for all remaining Lessons and Modules. 

Step 12: Add the Author and Categorize your Training. 

Navigate to the Advanced Options menu. 

You’ll have the option to select a predetermined Category or create one yourself. The Categories are related to the department or subject and should simply organize your Training into the appropriate Category.  

Step 13: Determine if you want your Training to be completed sequentially or not. A non-sequential Training allows your team to complete their lesson in any order they wish, without a strict structure guiding them from one lesson to the next. 

Step 14: Add your Prerequisites.

Select the relevant Training in the Prerequisite field. 

Step 15: Add your Training Description. 

The Description should be a restatement of what will be learned after completing the Training; it is a concise definition of your purpose and why your Training matters.

At this point, the Training will only be available to you. As soon as you are ready to make the Training publicly accessible, you will need to Publish it to your team.

Step 16: Publish the Training.

And that's it! Now you can start making Trainings for every concept a new employee needs and make sure that your current team has everything they need to know. 

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