Video Arts will be showcasing its digital video options and its latest e-learning offering on stand 112 at Learning Technologies, 27-28 January 2010 (Olympia 2 Conference Centre, London).
The company has three digital video options – Online rental, Pay-as-you-go and Enterprise licences – which enable trainers and organisations to download and stream over 1,000 digital video clips from its best-selling training films.
“Our digital video options mean that trainers no longer need to struggle to play a DVD chapter or cue a video tape,” said Martin Addison, Managing Director of Video Arts. “Instead, they can achieve greater impact by incorporating memorable, relevant digital clips, YouTube-style, into their training and they can make them available when and where they’re required.”
On Wednesday 27 January, Martin Addison will be presenting a free seminar outlining how digital video and e-learning can help organisations to reach more learners with training content (12.15 – 12.45pm, Theatre 2). The session will feature real-life case study examples illustrating how Macmillan Cancer Support and Vets Now have reaped business benefits by creating a genuine ‘anywhere, anytime’ approach to learning.
On stand 112, Video Arts will also be showcasing its 57 e-learning courses, which cover subjects such as people management, communication, customer service, interviewing, selling skills and diversity. Each 90-minute course combines memorable video content with interactive tutorials and exercises. Available online or on CD-ROM, the modular courses are fully SCORM-compliant for learning management systems. They include pre and post course assessments, enabling organisations to benchmark their improvement rates.
Following a new partnership with technology company MyKnowledgeMap, Video Arts will also be showing how trainers can create their own e-learning courses and incorporate clips from classic Video Arts training films. MyKnowledgeMap provides an e-learning authoring tool, called Compendle, which allows you to add digital assets such as PDF, Word, Excel and PowerPoint files, as well as audio and video files, into your e-learning courses. Each completed course is published as a single zip file, packaged to SCORM and IMS standards. The courses can be accessed online, uploaded to learning management systems, such as Moodle, or burned onto a CD-ROM.