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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.

World Alzheimer’s Month 2018 – 1st to 30th September

The care sector contributes an estimated £40.4bn per annum to the English economy. It is a sector with a huge number of employees, many of whom come from varied backgrounds and are not necessarily trained in health and social care. Investing in adequate training is essential for all companies in this sector. VideoTile is proud to offer approved online care training.

Our interactive video-based care training  is suitable for health and social care professionals and those working in similar care environments. All of our VideoTile courses are exclusively available through our distribution partner network. They ensure businesses have access to approved health and social care e-learning.

We have a wide range of distribution partners who work with health and social care organisations across the country. Our courses allow these organisations to quickly and easily get their staff up to speed and working legally. Below is just a small sample of our range of courses suitable for this sector.

VideoTile Health and Social Care E-Learning Courses

Our range of health and social care training courses includes:

Safeguarding Adults and Children

These courses are aimed at people who work in a position which means they have a duty of care for those in need of support and care. It is also relevant for those who come into contact with said individuals. Our courses are suitable for both paid employees and volunteers. Working in a position where you have a duty of care for adults or children means you need to be adequately trained to manage this position. You also need to feel confident in safeguarding those you support. Adequate training must be in place so that the people supported are adequately cared for.

Infection Control

Understanding and knowing how to act to prevent the spread of infection is key in care environments. Hygiene and personal care are core elements of many job roles. Our Infection Control courses help through defining infection prevention and control. Learners will also find out about both good and bad infection control. The courses also cover legislation relating to infection control. Learners explore the different types of microorganism involved in infection, bacteria tranmission, how the chain of infection works and more.

Dementia Awareness

Around 800,000 people in the UK have dementia. Our courses give a general overview of the symptoms and types of dementia and how it effects the brain. They also provide practical guidance and help on how to support clients living with dementia. In addition to guidance on how to appropriately deal with challenging behaviour.

Online care training is a fast and effective way for businesses to ensure their workforce are ready to succeed in their job roles.

As International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination we’ve taken this chance to discuss the important of equality and respecting diversity in the workplace. Racial discrimination is against the law. The Equality Act of 2010 made it unlawful to discriminate employees, trainees or job seekers on the basis of race. They define race as encompassing different elements of colour, nationality, and ethnic or national origin. Understanding the need for diversity in the workplace is essential for a productive and healthy working environment. On this awareness day it is particularly important to recognise the ways in which your workforce are recognising and responding to equality issues, and consider further training.

21st March: International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed each year and is described as ‘a day to renew our commitment to building a world of justice and equality.’ It is organised and recognised by the United Nations. On 21st March 1960, police shot and killed 69 people at a peaceful demonstration in South Africa. The demo had been against apartheid pass laws. The United Nations General Assembly officially proclaimed the day in 1966, asking for the internationally community to significantly further their efforts to eliminate racial discrimination.

Equality, Diversity and Discrimination

To support you in your training and development of staff in equality and diversity, we offer a dedicated Online Equality and Diversity course. Our courses offer high quality yet easy to digest video content. They lead participants through the principles of equality and diversity. It also covers the rights of employees with regard to each term. The course is interactive and provides an e-learning resource for training providers. It offers an effective way of updating their employees on their obligations with regards to equality.

The course helps to ensure training providers have a quality solution for their clients. Furthermore, many workplaces will benefit from a comprehensive understanding of the law regarding equality and discrimination.