Training in verbal format is forgotten soon. It is difficult to recollect what is learned.
All employees won’t learn the same way. Then, how can you accommodate Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic (VAK) learners?
Instructor-led training (ILT) and courses that are confined to desktops may not be accessible all the time or wherever employees/learners go.
While explaining highly complex concepts that are abstract, elaboration is often insufficient.
Employees are 75% more likely to watch a video than open an email or read documents. – Forrester Research
74% of companies used videos as an effective medium to train employees.
Microsoft used videos to cut training costs from $320 per person to just $17 per person.
Oracle saved over $10 million by replacing a single annual in-person sales event with on-demand videos.
Videos are ideal to explain difficult subjects, especially those which require demonstration.
An Australia-based Insurance and Banking corporation set up a campaign for employee safety and wellbeing, to help its employees understand the organization’s commitment to personal safety. As a way to recognize and reinforce everyone’s effort, the company held a safety workshop.
The company hired us to create interactive animated videos highlighting Safety and Wellbeing, including key safety and performance metrics.
Despite a tight schedule, CommLab was able to rollout the project in just two weeks, all thanks to our 3-Step AGILE process - the true hero of the project.
The company, a global leader in packaging solutions, introduced a new HRIS system, WorkDay, to replace manual operations and provide a common platform to all employees based on their roles and responsibilities. Their goal was to train employees across the globe on using the tool, within in a span of one month through highly engaging visual aids.
Through our synergistic work and constant communication, the company was able to leverage video-based learning solutions - videos and job-aids - to promote awareness of the tool among its global workforce.