Instructional Videos

Instructional videos are used to demonstrate real-world scenarios/processes in the context of the user where trainees can easily relate, what is being shown, to their own everyday activities. They are proven to result in better recall by accessing action-based working memory.

Description

Videos are most commonly used to provide a "live" demonstration of a process or system. "How to" videos are prevalent in both formal & informal digital learning as a written procedure or working process can be very effectively demonstrated via video.
Video demonstration is significantly more effective than written instructions when teaching complicated procedures as all learners undergo a process of encoding information for later recall. Video demonstration alone, or accompanied by spoken instructions, is proven to result in better recall by accessing action-based working memory.
We work with clients to create a storyboard, write the script, provide a professional voice over artist, source background music, and if required, create and embed motion graphics. Our professional videographer will film live action procedures or scripted instruction at your chosen location. The footage is then professionally edited according to the original storyboard and client brief.
Often the final video element is embedded in a larger e-learning course where the video plays within a section of the course to show a real world “live” example of a demonstration of a process or system. Green screen video can also be shot with the client SME (Subject Matter Expert) or a member of the client team, to improve learner identifiability.

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Related Projects

Below is a selection of sample INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO projects we have recently worked on with clients:

Using existing content, Novartis wanted to develop supplementary learning material to educate colleagues on the skills and know-how needed to operate equipment.
PepsiCo wanted to present and showcase a number of key business wins in an engaging storyboard format. This needed to cater for
Pfizer needed to convert a PowerPoint-based course into something more engaging to help colleagues understand the Safe Harbour process and its implications

Use Cases

Instructional video can be provided as a standalone solution and are often used in client projects as part of a blended offering within traditional e-learning courses. Use cases are limitless as the bespoke nature of our Instructional Video solutions ensures a 100% fit to a client’s needs, regardless of objective, subject-matter or intended audience. Based on previous projects conducted by Esus, sample Instructional Video use-cases include:

Video content to illustrate real-world scenarios that the user will encounter, and can identify with, in the business

Video content to replace or supplement classroom-based training

Video content of an SME (subject matter expert) talking to camera to promote a new programme or to get buy-in on a new company initiative with a clear “call to action”

Video content to clearly show a step-by-step process being carried out by colleague

Video content to walk the trainee through and illustrate a new Process, Procedure, Product or Service

Video content to reduce text overload and ensure a higher level of material retention

Benefits

  • Human characters demonstrating a technique / process allows for real world immersion.
  • Work colleague or SMEs can be used and create a sense of familiarity / identifiability with the trainee/viewer.
  • Help convey key points in a short space of time by engaging the viewer (more than equivalent text would do).
  • Have high recall rates.
  • Stronger material retention than static content.
  • Cost and time saving can be significant when compared to classroom-based or other training interventions. The larger the audience/usage, the more significant the savings!
  • Carbon savings can be significant when compared to classroom-based training.
  • Reduced dependence on SMEs as trainers / coaches.
  • Increased material retention and deeper subject immersion than static / paper-based content.

Features

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Can incorporate music track & voiceover
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Can be used as part of blended learning
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Video controls
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Engaging, entertaining, and stimulating
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Self-paced to suit own pace, time & place
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Can be used as part of wider communications
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Can incorporate Closed Captions
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Digital Delivery
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Scalable to screen size
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Desktop and Mobile compatible
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Linear / structured order of information
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Scalable to screen size
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