Effective Video Learning for Workplace Development
Capture your learners’ attention and make it count with expertly crafted instructional videos.
Some things are easier shown than said. With video learning, you can convey knowledge that is otherwise difficult to explain. Through video, you can connect learners to subject matter experts, organizational leadership and colleagues from around the world.
At Roundtable Learning, we partner with organizations to build smart and effective training programs that utilize expert instructional design and technology. As a full-service learning partner, we deliver video learning solutions to help your employees reach their learning objectives.
What is Video Learning?Video learning is when workplace training content delivered through video modules. Whether you have one video or an entire learning series, video learning is effective when you want to provide consistent training to your entire workforce. At Roundtable Learning, we go beyond the traditional corporate training videos you might imagine. To achieve effective video learning, you must infuse videos with instructional design elements like interaction, knowledge checks, and graded assessments. Some video learning examples include:
- Capturing technical processes for employee training videos
- Recording instructor-led training sessions for non-attendees
- Creating instructional videos for onboarding programs
What Are The Benefits of Video Learning?
Immediately Boost EngagementWhen you add video training to your learning program, you can expect an immediate boost in engagement. Capturing and maintaining your learners’ focus are key ingredients to driving behavior change. Video-based training does precisely that.
Significantly Improve PerformanceVideo learning can dramatically impact employee performance, mainly when you use it to exemplify technical and repetitive processes. We produced award-winning video learning for a client whose warehouse associates then registered a:
- 10% increase in total pallets produced
- 7% increase in pallets made per hour
- 50% decrease in workers’ compensation claims