Training video production

Look, Listen and Learn: It's out with training manuals and in with Video Training

Reading a 'how to' manual has never really cut it when it comes to learning. There is no substitute for actually seeing how something should be done, especially where computer training is concerned.

In the past computer training was limited to courses or hired tutors; both expensive, time consuming, untailored to specific needs and limited to the most popular software packages.

Now, thankfully, there is another way: Video Training. At the comfort of your own desk and at your own pace you may now watch a video showing you how to do anything from edit a photograph to prepare a complex spreadsheet. And by way of a corporate training video, businesses can introduce new staff members to their business objectives, key personnel, overseas offices and much more.


Unlimited Training Video Production Services

Core Media Design can produce bespoke training videos for absolutely any type of computer training. Even if your business or industry uses a completely unique system, Core Media Design will storyboard, design and produce a video using captions, voiceovers, music, images or anything else you feel will help deliver your computer training session in the most effective way.

Core Media Design's service is totally flexible and completely unlimited, and includes the production of training videos covering:

  • Any off-shelf software packages including Microsoft, Adobe and many more
  • Any tailored or industry-specific systems, regardless of complexity or industry
  • Dynamic corporate training videos
  • Short, focused individual sessions on one particular application or a series covering an entire software package or IT system

Training Video Production


Video training - did you know?

Employers can become more competitive by providing on-going staff training

Cutting staff training budgets is a dangerous way to save money.

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has warned: "Training cutbacks reduce the ability of organisations to cope in a downturn and can also damage staff morale, employee engagement and organisational performance for years to come."

Don't cut staff training, just cut the cost.

Training videos will save your business money because they eliminate the need to send staff on expensive training courses or hire in-house tutors. Once the video is made, it can be used again and again.

Switching to video training is a wise move that could not only save money, but put businesses ahead of their competitors.

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