First off let me say that my only experience of SCORM is via
a Google search to find out what it was! It does seem to XML based
so you're onto a loser with RH if you have to develop your help in
XML. If however you can develop in HTML you could no doubt apply
the display standards in the required manner.
There is no way I'm aware of to make RoboHelp "SCORM
compliant". SCORM is a protocol related to eLearning. It is often
referenced and talked about with the Adobe Captivate product.
Captivate content can be used in conjunction with RoboHelp, but I
don't think I've ever seen anyone ask about making RoboHelp SCORM
compliant. Normally, you set this so the application works in
concert with a Learning Management System (LMS).
If you are interested in a SCORM compliant product, you
should probably investigate Captivate.