Training Videos

Written by Gregg Ruais
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Some companies hire external businesses to produce their training videos, which are intended to ensure that quality training is provided to all employees. When new associates are hired, they must be taught company policies and procedures. In most cases, experienced employees are responsible for showing newcomers the ropes.

However, this practice has its drawbacks. Current employees have their own workloads and either can't or don't want to take the time to adequately train new hires. Existing employees may even teach their own bad habits to new faces who don't know better, one of the worst things that can happen in any business. By filming training videos, upper management can ensure that new hires receive the best, most professional training possible.

Training Videos for Efficiency

Before videos are filmed, business people write scripts and rehearse. Procedures can be demonstrated on the screen with professional voice-over explaining what is happening. Graphic design companies add visual aids, such as pointers, charts, and graphs that help people better understand what is happening.

Companies that provide new employees with training videos often save considerable time and effort teaching them how to perform complicated tasks. Rather than training each new employee separately, businesses can make just one video. After a video has been made, employees can be responsible for their own training.

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