Adobe Captivate Specialist

January 3, 2019
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Adobe Captivate Specialist

Explorer 5 posts
Followers: 5 people
January 3, 2019

Give your eLearning career the edge it deserves.

Power up your professional profile and stand out with the industry-leading Adobe Captivate Specialist recognition. Learn from the best in the business how you can unlock the potential of Adobe Captivate to create brilliant eLearning courses. Successfully complete the online assessment, get endorsed as a Specialist, and earn a certificate and badge for use in your professional and social networks.

About the Program

The Adobe Captivate Specialist is a full-day certificate classroom program, delivered by top Adobe Captivate experts. You will be enrolled into the course as soon as you register and will receive course instructions and prep materials two weeks prior to the on-site program date. One the day of Certification, you will join other members in the classroom training. Following the training you will complete an online assessment – upon successful completion, you will receive your Adobe Captivate Specialist certificate.

Who Should Attend

The Adobe Captivate Specialist certificate program is ideal for instructional designers, training professionals, L&D professionals, and eLearning consultants that have basic to intermediate proficiency in instructional design and eLearning course-creation workflows. Seats are limited. For more details, please contact grp-captivatespecialist@adobe.com

The Takeaway

By the end of this program, participants will have mastered all the major workflows in the latest release of Adobe Captivate – ranging from creating storyboards, to designing static and responsive courses, building custom animations, using advanced actions and eLearning assets, and more.
The agenda will cover the following topics in detail:
  • Introduction to Adobe Captivate (2019 release)
  • Touring the Adobe Captivate interface
  • Building storyboards using Adobe Captivate Draft
  • Creating static and responsive courses in Adobe Captivate
  • Using themes and eLearning assets
  • Inserting interactive and non-interactive objects
  • Building custom animations and interactions
  • Using advanced actions and variables
  • Recording and editing simulations and video demos
  • Using Adobe Captivate with other applications, such as Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Adding assessments and quizzes
  • Enabling Learning Management System (LMS) compliance and accessibility
  • Previewing and publishing the courses to an LMS

Requirements

  • All participants are required to bring their own laptop computers with Adobe Captivate (2019 release) pre-installed (if you do not already have the 2019 release you can download a free trial within 30 days of the program). Those without the 2019 release will NOT be able to complete or pass the assessment.
  • The demo files and assets will be emailed to you two weeks prior to the classroom session. These must be completed and reviewed before the on-site classroom session.
  • Please bring power adaptors for your computers; access to power for charging will be provided.

Pricing & Payment

The standard price for the full-day program is $499 USD. Payment is required for admittance into the program. If payment is not received, your entry will not be permitted. This program is non-refundable. Under no circumstances will refunds be issued. The price covers the registration fee, food and beverages for the day, and the certificate and badge if the assessment is successfully passed.
*Federal Employees, if you would like to register for this event and cannot submit payment online.

For more details, please contact grp-captivatespecialist@adobe.com

Comments (15)
2019-02-14 10:24:21
2019-02-14 10:24:21

Hi,

Are there any online training cum certification program available for Adobe Captivate?

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2019-01-14 14:03:09
2019-01-14 14:03:09

Sounds like a good program. Are there ever any coupons or discounts on the registration fee?

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2019-01-05 02:03:02
2019-01-05 02:03:02

Hi,

I would like to have a course in advanced Captivate functions like design for fluid boxes applied to elearning courses, as well as, a course example which gave you design and application ideas for virtual elearning where you could get a certificate for the work.

Also, it would be great if it was online so I do not need to travel.  Seems like that would be a good application to design and teach as a course itself.  I would really want to take that course.

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draysorrill
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2019-01-07 13:10:15
2019-01-07 13:10:15
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draysorrill
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My profound conviction is that advanced training should be personalized. You cannot have such a training in a ‘canned’ programme, which may be possible for a basic training (although I also am not a fan of that). Each developer has its own skills developed by many  types of learning, works in a different environment, needs different advanced skills. It is the reason I try to focus now on coaching advanced, personalized training.

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draysorrill
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2019-01-12 18:59:52
2019-01-12 18:59:52
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draysorrill
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Darysorrill – I think an advanced course would be great. I’d sign up for sure. For myself, I like all the learning strategies I can get my hands on – group, indivualized, video, articles, research, podcasts, mentorship/coaching, etc. I like learning around the campfire too.

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jeelaj13860171
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2019-01-12 19:07:49
2019-01-12 19:07:49
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jeelaj13860171
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I would love to coach an ‘advanced’ coure. But what would have to be in an advanced course, when I see so many developers lacking some basic skills? Would you accept a  pretest which would certainly not be a LCQ assessment but a practical test?

Do you think, even with a pretest, that all developers looking for an advanced course need the same skills in that training?

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Lieve Weymeis
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2019-01-12 21:35:48
2019-01-12 21:35:48
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Lieve Weymeis
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A pretest (practical or otherwise) might be helpful. The value of it would depend on myriad factors.

I think course providers need to be pretty clear about what learners will gain from completing a course – with for instance, well articulated learning outcomes.

Meanwhile, if a learner seeking advanced skills, still lacks some basic skills, it may not actually be a hinderance. Sometimes this is where ingenuity is born.

 

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draysorrill
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2019-01-17 11:54:18
2019-01-17 11:54:18
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draysorrill
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Check out Lynda.com (now LinkedIn Learning) for Adobe Captivate courses. I am currently taking the “essentials” course and have seen several others listed. There is generally a preview video that will tell you what each course entails. There is a subscription fee, but it may be worth the cost to learn the skills you need. It is possible, of course, that you are too advanced for this, but it’s worth a look. I have found the Lynda.com courses engaging and have learned a lot by taking them.

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2019-01-04 10:40:16
2019-01-04 10:40:16

Nipun, what about 360 slides and Interactive video? Shared Actions? 

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Lieve Weymeis
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2019-01-05 01:06:43
2019-01-05 01:06:43
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Lieve Weymeis
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I bet that’s in the Adobe Captivate Specialist program!

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Todd Spargo
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2019-01-05 08:59:27
2019-01-05 08:59:27
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Todd Spargo
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Not mentioned at all and those need to be in such a type of  ‘basic-intermediate’ programme much more than advanced actions and roundtripping with CC. Shared actions are a lot easier to introduce, since they can be used without having to develop them. I always include the use of shared actions in a basic training of 4 days.

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Todd Spargo
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2019-01-06 16:11:22
2019-01-06 16:11:22
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Todd Spargo
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Todd, I bet you mean the “Advanced Captivate Specialist” program

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David Burnham HBA
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2019-01-06 16:12:33
2019-01-06 16:12:33
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David Burnham HBA
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 Smiling of course,  you know how I feel about “specialists”.

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Lieve Weymeis
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2019-01-23 11:28:52
2019-01-23 11:28:52
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Lieve Weymeis
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There are lessons on each of these features.

Chapter 7: Add audio and video (3 lessons on Interactive Video)
Chapter 16: Use variables and advanced actions (lesson on Shared Actions)
Chapter 18: Create Virtual Reality projects

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David Burnham HBA
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2019-01-29 21:20:44
2019-01-29 21:20:44
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David Burnham HBA
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Yep

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