Video arts creates new website

Video Arts has created a new website which allows registered users to watch full-length previews of its 260 video-based learning programmes.

Video Arts titles can be accessed as digital video and online e-learning courses as well as physical DVD packs, CD-ROM courses and ‘blended learning packs’.  Each comes with customisable support materials.

“Our new website has a stylish, contemporary look which reflects the energy, creativity and fresh perspectives we bring to the marketplace,” said Martin Addison, Managing Director of Video Arts. 

“Registering on the site allows you to create a ‘My Video Arts’ section and you can watch full-length previews of all of our titles, download free resources and receive personalised recommendations and special offers.”

Video Arts has improved the search facility on the site, enabling visitors to find programmes by skill subject or category.  An overview of each title and the pricing options are presented. 

The site also features case studies, articles, news and event details, programme reviews and a clickable A-Z list of titles.

The subjects covered by the Video Arts learning programmes include people management, communication, customer service, managing tasks, selling skills and diversity. 

The company has dissected its most popular DVD titles to create a Digital Content Library of over 1,000 bite-sized ‘learning chapters’, each of which lasts two to three minutes and covers a specific learning point. 

These chapters can be ‘streamed’ online or offline, so they can be incorporated as video clips, to enliven an organisation’s in-house face-to-face, e-learning or blended learning training courses.

“Our Digital Content Library and streaming options make it easier and more cost effective for organisations to use our video clips in their training,” said Martin Addison. 

“We’ve extended our offering, so you can either have unlimited ‘anytime, anywhere’ access to all of our content or you can now ‘pay as you go’.”

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