If you have booked the Enterprise Option, you obtain access to the e-learning modules as a SCORM container upon request, and can integrate them into your own learning management system (LMS).


Log in to the SoSafe Manager. In the menu, select E-Learning and then SCORM.


  1. Enabling audio in the SCORM files: 
    Select whether the audio will be enabled in the downloaded modules. After uploading the files into your LMS, the sound needs to be activated there as well.

  2. Configuring the closing process of completed modules via blank.htm:
    In some LMS it may happen that modules cannot be properly closed upon completion. When this happens, we recommend trying a different blank.htm other than the default that meets your requirements and is compatible with your LMS.
    • Default (standard)
    • Display instruction to close window
    • Close window automatically
      • If you use SAP SuccessFactors as LMS, we recommend this option.
    • Display instruction to close window only after timer is up
      • In some LMS it may be sensible for the user to not close the window right after completing a module, but rather to wait a few seconds – otherwise the progress might not be properly saved. The user sees a timer counting down, and the instruction to close the window only after the timer is up.

  3. Customizing the import of SCORM files into your LMS via bundle options:
    By default, the modules are provided individually, and not consolidated, so that you have as much freedom as possible when importing the modules to your LMS. However, in some cases it may be sensible to use consolidation (e.g., if multiple languages are available).
    1. Individually (default):
      A SCORM-compatible ZIP file is created for each module. Every module has to be individually integrated into the LMS, and for each individual language as well. This makes it possible for you to define the time and order in which each module will be released.
      • Advantage: You can control the order and time of release for each module. When an employee completes and passes the module, it is marked as passed in their LMS.
      • Drawback: You must import each module individually.

    2. Single categories (incl. modules), divided into individual languages:
      SCORM-compatible ZIP files are generated for each category in all available languages. This means that only entire categories in various languages are uploaded.
      • Advantage: The number of files to be imported is reduced.
      • Drawback: You can only control the order and time of release for each category, and the employee has to complete and pass the entire category before it is marked as passed in the LMS.
    3. All categories (incl. modules) consolidated, divided into individual languages:
      You receive SCORM-compatible ZIP files for the available languages, which already contain all categories and associated modules. This means that one language with all categories and associated modules is always being uploaded into the LMS.
      • Advantage: The number of files to be imported is reduced.
      • Drawback: You can only control the order and time of release for each language, and have no control over the order in which the modules are released. Furthermore, the employee must complete and pass all available modules before they are marked as passed in the LMS.

    4. All categories (incl. modules) consolidated, divided into individual languages – SoSafe learning path sequence
      The folder structure is similar to “All categories (incl. modules) consolidated, divided into individual languages”, but the modules are arranged in a predefined SoSafe learning path sequence.
      • Advantage: The number of files to be imported is reduced.
      • Drawback: You can only control the order and time of release for each language, and have no control over the order in which the modules are released. Furthermore, the employee must complete and pass all available modules before they are marked as passed in the LMS.