Creating Your Corporate Training Videos

“The best way to retain your employees is to provide them with learning opportunities and a designated career path for growth.”

Providing a professional image is key to your company’s credibility and you conveying your competence in the marketplace. Nothing says poor quality than an employee that is not delivering the right message in the right manner. Training new employees on your culture and your way of doing business is key to maintaining consistency and ultimately, success.

One-on-one training is ideal but having the same person repeatedly train on the same information for each employee is redundant and a waste of resources. For repetitive content involved in employee onboarding, mentoring, safety procedures, patient intake, compliance protocols and operational procedures, creating corporate training videos can reduce the cost of training and improve the quality.

Corporate Training Creation Process

  1. Define your objective and your audience
  2. Write the storyboard and script
  3. Develop your slide show presentation or other media resources
  4. Define the quizzes and retention checks
  5. Record the presentation screen
  6. Record the narration
  7. Build the questions for testing/quizes
  8. Merge and Edit output
  9. Create the supplemental materials
  10. Publish your results

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Top 10 Reasons to Use Video Training:

  1. Reduces costs – much of the cost of in person training is associated with personnel time, travel, and preparation. With video training, users click the play button to start. When creating the videos you pay for the cost once no matter how many times new employees watch it.
  2. Reduced class room time – Class room training and group training is inherently inefficient. A video can convey the information is less time than in person training.
  3. Improved Engagement – Professional videos are educational and entertaining and have a higher engagement factor than in person training.
  4. Better Retention through Interactivity – videos are shorter and can include quizzes to test the retention of the material
  5. Multifaceted - You can use videos for onboarding, mentoring, product and service demonstrations and employee training.
  6. Consistent – using video for training means everyone sees exactly the same thing and you are not relying on a person in your organization that may not be fully prepared.
  7. Dynamic – Instead of having hour long training sessions, you can make multiple 5 minute videos on various topics so users can access them when they need them, whether they are in the office, on the train, in the waiting room or at home. They can be updated and replaced quickly and easily to keep the content current.
  8. Accessible – Your training videos can be access at a desktop or on a smartphone. There is no need to get everyone in the same location for on site training.
  9. Self Paced – People learn at different speeds and in classroom training some people miss things. With videos users can re-watch parts of the videos and learn at their own pace.
  10. Content is Available – Most companies already have the content for training readily available and converting that content into a video is easier and less costly than starting from scratch.