Video courses are one of the course types offered by uLearn.
What are video courses?
Video courses are designed around an animated video, followed by a series of questions to improve learning retention and allow you to track user progress. The animations are created in-house at usecure and are designed to be fun and highly engaging, while being based on the latest cyber security guidance.
In brief, uLearn video courses are...
- Focused on a brief animation (around 3 minutes)
- Based on realistic scenarios, but created to be fun
- Written with a wide cast of relatable characters
- Followed by a series of questions
- Based on latest cyber security guidance
- Outside Auto-Enrol, so you will need to enrol users manually.
What do the animations look like?
This is an example of one of the animations used in the video courses.
Do the video courses include questions and reporting?
The video courses include a number of questions relating to the scenario and learning topic of the video. You can see your end users' results in the uLearn reports as you would for any other course. Learn more about tracking your users' security awareness training performance.
Where can I find the video courses?
Here's how you can find all available video courses:
- Find the uLearn Course Library
- Choose Video under the Subject drop-down filter
- All available video courses will now be listed
Press the preview button on the course to take a look through it, or use the enrol button to send the course out to your users.
How to enrol users on video courses
You can enrol your users on animation courses manually, with the enrol button in the Course Library or by selecting the users and clicking the action button on the Users page.
Can I auto enrol my users on video courses?
Currently, you cannot auto-enrol or automatically send out video courses to your users. However, we are planning to make automatic enrolment of video courses a possibility in the future.
How should I utilise video courses as part of my security awareness programme?
The video courses work well as an addition to your regular, automatic security awareness course enrolment. You can send out videos to your users on topics that you think might be relevant to them at the current moment - for example, if you're equipping users in a department with new mobile devices you might want to send out the mobile device security video course to them.