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8. Running an Offline Trainer/Instructor Module

To open the module, double-click on the file. Depending on your operating system, its security settings and/or Antivirus settings, you may get warnings.

Please allow the file to run. The file is safe but your computer security is doing its job by alerting you to a downloaded file it has not encountered previously.

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When you run the module, you may see a spinning wheel on a white background (as per the example below).

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There is nothing wrong - the rich media included within the training requires some time to unpack all the files to run and display.  

Once the spinning wheel disappears, you will be able to start a new training session.

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Click 'Start new training session' to run the training.

Note: the training runs within your default web browser. If this, for example, happens to be Internet Explorer, it will launch Internet Explorer - or open a new tab in Internet Explorer.

Click 'Begin'.

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You will be prompted with a request to run your browser on full-screen. Please allow.

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The training will now be shown on your screen. You should use a clicker to progress through content.

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Using a clicker – Navigating the module

If you do not have a clicker, press the 'space bar' on the computer to achieve the same result. Please do not use a mouse once the training has been started.

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At any time during your session, you can click the 'cross' at the top-right of the screen to close your training session and save progress.

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Any sessions that have been started but not completed will be displayed in the lower part of the window. You can resume a training session by clicking the ‘resume’ button.

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