Category Archives: Interactive Video

Interactive Video

To help your audience to engage with your organisation, interactive video is an excellent method. At VideoTile, we create interactive videos to help engage your website audience. Gone are the days of passive videos, that bore customers. Instead, interactive videos can enable viewers to interact with the presenter and make the message of the video even clearer. Interactive videos can include graphics, animations, presentations, and real-life presenters.

How can interactive video benefit your organisation?

Interactive video can offer a variety of benefits and be useful for a variety of content. From training material to marketing, interactive videos can take your content to the next level.

You can use interactive videos to link to exclusive content. Whether that is additional training materials, offers for your loyal brand ambassadors or the content that encourages further engagement. Relating to content can help to ensure your audience continue to look out for content they may not be able to get elsewhere.

Another benefit is to provide a call to action within your content without interrupting its flow. A call to action can be placed conveniently through the material allowing people to continue watching the video. This is an unobtrusive but effective way to increase engagement with your brand.

An additional benefit to interactive video is the fact that it can hold and increase viewer attention.  Most videos will only engage an audience for a matter of seconds. However, with interactive content, you can quickly see the engagement levels increase with longer viewer attention.

Finally, interactive content can come as part of a wider integrated marketing strategy. You can use interactivity to link to your social media sites as well as websites and further content.

Time to include interactive video in your strategy?

If you want to find out more about interactive video and how it can benefit your organisation, then get in touch with VideoTile. VideoTile offers a free evaluation and explanation of how videos can meet your key deliverables.

 

 

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For all workplaces, employers have a legal responsibility to manage health and safety. One aspect of maintaining health and safety is through training. To help make the training easier for employees and employers, VideoTile recommends health and safety e-learning course.

VideoTile are your e-learning partner. We create captivating interactive video-based training to suit your client’s training needs. We then offer a fully branded solution; this means that your chosen courses are given the branding you want for a seamless experience for your clients. We know how important having a good quality health and safety e-learning course is. This is why we use the latest training technique and state-of-the-art technology to create training that works.

What health and safety e-learning course do VideoTile offer?

To suit all training providers and their clients, we offer a range of different health and safety e-learning courses. Some of the courses you may wish to provide your clients include;

Manual Handling – Almost every employer in every workplace will have to complete some form of manual handling. This course explains the risks and injuries of poor manual handling. It also describes the best practice approach to lifting and moving as safely as possible.

Introduction to Personal Safety for Lone Workers – With the rise of remote working, this course is essential for those who work alone, whether they work at home, are mobile or work alone in the business premises. The course covers the legal responsibilities of employers and employees; it also offers practical steps to implement.

Display Screen Equipment – For anyone that uses display screen equipment as part of their normal work should undertake this course. The training covers the correct way to set up equipment as well as how to use display screen equipment safely.

Looking for a health and safety e-learning course?

VideoTile offer a range of courses for health and safety. See our courses first-hand with your free trial. Alternatively, give our team a call on  0845 838 2809 if you are looking for a particular health and safety e-learning course.

e-learning videos for training

Without a doubt, videos are one of the most popular media formats available. 78% of people watch online videos every week. Furthermore, users view over 500 million hours of video on YouTube a day. With this in mind, e-learning videos for training are an excellent choice. At VideoTile, we can help you to meet the video demand by creating e-learning videos for your training needs.

Why choose e-learning videos for training?

Videos are an effective method of training because of the way the human brain works. For users, videos have all the stimulants the brain needs to really engage with what it sees on the video. For example, videos use movement which can grab attention. Voices and characters become a real conversation, which the brain can better engage with.

With a video, training becomes immersive. This helps to increase training engagement, allows people to retain more information and connect with the story that you tell.

How you can use e-learning videos for training

There are many ways that you can introduce videos into your training courses. At VideoTile we provide bespoke training development. However, you want to incorporate videos into your training; we can make it happen. Just some of the ways our clients like to include e-learning videos into their training include;

  1. Interviews

An interview between two characters can help to reaffirm the training objectives and summarise the training. It allows learners to engage in the conversation as it feels more informal, with personal anecdotes.

  1. Demonstrations

A step by step guide is unlikely to be as useful as a visual demonstration in explaining what to do. Demonstrations help to show best practice as well and making it easy to see and understand the process.

  1. Animation

For subject matter that may be dry but is essential to learn, animation can help to bring colour and life to the topic. Animation can help you to explore concepts in a new way that helps to increase engagement levels.

Looking to increase engagement with e-learning videos?

VideoTile offer a range of e-learning videos as well as providing bespoke course development so you can create unique training videos to suit your needs. If you’d like to find out more about using videos in training, speak to our experts at sales@videotile.co.uk.