I have spent the last couple of days, three actually, creating training videos for a client. In total I have created 11 tutorials, covering 8 skill sets necessary for their staff to master the basics of the software programme they have invested in. The structure of each tutorial is the same. In the first instance the skill is demonstrated with an audio track and on screen prompts. Then the tutorial becomes interactive, it is a complete repeat of the first half but the audio track, mouse animation and onscreen prompts disappear. The user has to move stepwise through the video emulating what has just been shown to them. All correct moves are confirmed and all incorrect moves are supported with prompts.