Do you have employees, new starters or customers who need to learn how to carry out a process on software or understand a process within your organisation.
Instructional videos are an ideal learning aid for organisations who roll out classroom training or face to face training is difficult due to time constraints, resources, location or cost.
Many clients have instructed us to create instructional videos to help their staff understand software or processes that may be bespoke to their company. Instructional videos are an ideal medium for new starters to learn about software/processes and allows them to refer back or refresh their skills at any time.
Some of your information or processes will benefit from bespoke branded instructional videos, demonstrating, explaining or testing your workers on topics or systems. Video is an effective way to demonstrate case studies and reinforce information. If you have procedures that require training, videos are a fantastic way to thread the procedures together in a comprehensive way.
What we will provide
A basic storyboard outlining the content of the video (using screen shots and notes)
A script written in collaboration with your inhouse subject matter expert.
A recording of your software providing instructions on a key process (provided by you)
Branding throughout the video in-line with your house brand
Professional voice over narration
Pop out instructional boxes, alert boxes & highlighted boxes to emphasise key areas
Editing to achieve a smooth & timely playback
Interactivity to allow the user to jump to different sections of the video quickly
A hands-on interactive practical session within the video, allowing the user to practice core skills
Knowledge check quiz – available if published in HTML5
Reporting statistics for your LMS (if published in HTML5) to show playing statistics, quiz results etc.
Access to your systems – either on site or remote in order to record the screens
Clear workplace scenarios to use as examples in the videos
Access to a test / trial data in order to record relevant data
£900 per 5 minute video