Learning & Development through Videos

What are the benefits?

Better Than 1-On-1 Training

Use of videos in learning and development has become so easy that more than 70% companies have started using videos for training.

Certain face-to-face orientations and training can be replaced with video-based learning content. 

For instance, universal tasks such as filling out time cards or basic, repetitive knowledge work can be proficiently communicated with a well-produced series of on-screen demonstrations and lectures.

Moving appropriate face-to-face training to video-based training can reduce time, and therefore money. Record it once, share it as many times as you need.

Here are some important tips to know.

Hassle Free Schedule

Time spent in face-to-face training sessions is often preceded by an uphill battle to coordinate schedules. Additionally, training coordinators are often under pressure to complete training within tight timeframes.

The beauty of video-based training is that it can be easily recorded at a time that is convenient for those administering the session, and slotted into trainees’ schedules without excessive coordination between multiple parties. Sessions can also be saved and shared through web-based platforms to be used later as teams grow.

Easy To Remember

The human brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text, and 90 percent of information transmitted to the brain is visual. Since we are visual by nature, we can use this skill to enhance data processing and organizational effectiveness.

Humans retain content with imagery better than audio content alone.

Scaling Is Easy

A notable benefit of using video and other eLearning media is that you can create and share more training content in less time.

Another big benefit of video-based training content is that you can always edit it if the content needs to be changed or updated, and then simply redistribute the updated content instead of calling everyone back together for face-to-face training.

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Cost and time effective

better than
1-on-1 training

Use of videos in learning and development has become so easy that more than 70% companies have started using videos for training. Certain face-to-face orientations and training can be replaced with video-based learning content. 

For instance, universal tasks such as filling out time cards or basic, repetitive knowledge work can be proficiently communicated with a well-produced series of on-screen demonstrations and lectures.

Moving appropriate face-to-face training to video-based training can reduce time, and therefore money. Record it once, share it as many times as you need.

Here are some important tips to know.

Easy and convenient

Hassle free schedule

Time spent in face-to-face training sessions is often preceded by an uphill battle to coordinate schedules. Additionally, training coordinators are often under pressure to complete training within tight timeframes.

The beauty of video-based training is that it can be easily recorded at a time that is convenient for those administering the session, and slotted into trainees’ schedules without excessive coordination between multiple parties. Sessions can also be saved and shared through web-based platforms to be used later as teams grow.

A picture is worth a thousand words

easy to remember

The human brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text, and 90 percent of information transmitted to the brain is visual. Since we are visual by nature, we can use this skill to enhance data processing and organizational effectiveness.

Humans retain content with imagery better than audio content alone.

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Scaling is easy

A notable benefit of using video and other eLearning media is that you can create and share more training content in less time.

Another big benefit of video-based training content is that you can always edit it if the content needs to be changed or updated, and then simply redistribute the updated content instead of calling everyone back together for face-to-face training.

Do you know videos can also help in Marketing. Click to know How. 

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