The videos in this section introduce the basic concepts of the beneficiary module, and links to fuller description of the topics and step by step "how to" pages in the Beneficiary guide.

Available eLearning videos 

How to play the eLearning videos

Media Player controls in the Video Player: 

  1. Replay - Return to begin of the video
  2. Play/Pause
  3. Forward - Skip to next video, inactive
  4. Volume controls
  5. CC - Switch subtitles on/off
  6. Settings - Access to subtitle options, video quality options and more
  7. Full screen

Start/Pause playback of video

  • To start playing, click the Play icon in the middle of the video screen or in the bottom left.
  • To pause, click the Pause icon. You can also type <K>, allowing you to toggle between play and pause.
  • You may go to the start or end of the video by using the left/right buttons next to the play/pause button. 
  • To jump forward or backward in the video, click on the red video progress bar. 

Full screen or Windowed player

  • To watch in full screen, click on the Full Screen icon or type <F> .

  • To return to windowed player, click on the Exit Full Screen icon or type <F>.

Change Volume, Mute or Unmute sound

  • To change the volume, to mute or unmute, click on the Speaker icon.

  • Press <M> to mute or unmute sound.

Video Quality (resolution)

You can select a better resolution for playing back the video on your device depending on internet quality and screen size.  

  • To select a different resolution than the default, click Settings, select Quality, and choose the best quality for you from the available options.


  • To enable/disable subtitles, click CC or press <C>. A red line is shown under the CC symbol when subtitles are activated. 

  • The default subtitle language is English.

  • To change subtitles to other languages:

    • Click Settings and select Subtitles 

    • If subtitles are available for the video, you can select translated subtitles from a list of available subtitles uploaded for the video (default is English), if available

  • Additionally, it is possible to auto-translate the subtitles to any language. 

  • From Settings > Subtitles/CC, select Auto-translate.

  • Select from the available languages. 

You can also customise the display of the subtitles. 

From the Settings, click on Subtitles/CCClick on Options​From here you can customise things such as:

  • Font, colour, opacity, and size.
  • Background colour and opacity.
  • Window colour and opacity.
  • Character edge style.

The Auto-translated subtitles are based on machine translation, but are in the high end of currently available auto-translators.

It is not possible to download or store/correct the automatic translations.

If a country/NA requires a better translation of the subtitles, they may provide their own translation based on the English text, which can be provided by DG EAC Training Team via a VTT text file.