Don't start with an adaptation course If...
If a company has never made e-learning courses, you should not start with an adaptive one - its development is more difficult than it might seem at first glance. Since such a course tells about the company as a whole, several departments will be interested in creating it at once. This will inevitably cause content harmonization issues and delay development timelines. In addition, it may be tempting to tell a beginner everything at once - then the course will turn out to be overloaded and ineffective.
To “run in” the process and understand how to build communication with staff and everyone interested in creating a course, start with narrow-profile projects designed to develop specific skills.
To make your induction course more productive, find someone who can give the newcomer feedback and answer any questions you might have about the program.
A beginner should not feel superfluous and sit idle. If there are no real tasks yet, passing an adaptation course can become a kind of first “project” for an employee.