This is the time to migrate from seminar training to video training. Learn the three ways you can utilize video training for stronger development.
Have you been wondering how video training can benefit your business strategy? By implementing this strategy, you’re able to do all of the following and more:
1. Keeping Costs Down
Growing your business requires growing your team. When you add new employees to the mix, you have to invest time and money in training. Some businesses prefer classroom training, while others prefer internal training. Regardless, both options leave room for inconsistencies.
With video training, you’re cutting costs in paying someone to deliver the course and travel time. Investing in training videos means you’re paying once for a resource that you can reuse endlessly.
Studies show that when Microsoft chose to use video training instead of classroom training, they cut their costs from $320 per person to $17. All in all, the switch saved the company around $13.9 million per year.
2. Breaking Down Complex Info
As a business professional, it’s apparent that not all people learn and digest information in the same way. Something that you find super simple may be a little more complex for another individual.
With video training, the sky's the limit on how you can simplify info to better appeal to your audience. Through the use of infographics, guided demos, and interactive scenarios, you’re creating an engaging learning experience that’s tailored to your business.
You can even include pop questions to determine how well your employees are picking up on the information. In doing so, you’re able to better analyze how effective the videos are and make adjustments.
3. Maintaining Consistency Across The Board
At the moment you could be thinking the easiest way to do this is to have a tenured employee train the newer employee, but how can you be sure that this employee is touching on all key aspects of your business? In order to be as efficient as possible, it’d be in your business’ best interest to invest in training videos that contain consistent information.
By giving employees the same learning experience, you’re guaranteeing them the ability to have a successful future within your company. A video course that’s engaging, creative and appropriate will give your business a solid base that is then up to the employees to deliver.
If you’re interested in transitioning to training videos, contact us today! Let’s put the future of your business in the best shape possible.