Wow, I’m not sure I can supply specific examples over a month later.
It would help you if you put a link on each page to “Report a problem”. And have that link capture a current screenshot along with any comments someone has.
The most recent items I saw were enough to make me stop paying attention: Links to videos about X that were actually links to “how to search a PDF”. Lots of them.
The browser specificity of the training was also a problem. It should work the same with all browsers. And all monitor sizes. And not require students to spend the first 5 minutes adjusting screens just to get things working. e.g. Click on full screen on the video, then click to adjust the window size of the overall presentation. Then undo all of that after the video. Repeat for each video.
The overall training did not match the current version of the software. That was 100% failure. It showed screens that did not exist, links that did not exist, processes that I had to figure out on my own because what you showed was not in the software I had just downloaded.
Perhaps have someone sit down and take the training with you watching over their shoulder. It is common for someone like yourself to just gloss over - or not even SEE - issues that are right in front of your face.
Overall, it was just about the worst training I’ve ever taken.