Why You Need Video-Based Learning in Your Training Program

Collaborative Article with Bihasa PH

We consume video-based information multiple times every day, for entertainment, for education, and many other purposes. It’s no wonder that video-based learning has quickly become a must-have for any training program, especially with the ever-increasing value placed on mobility.

Nowadays you need to consider different factors such as internet connectivity and bandwidth when organizing training, especially for big teams. And in live online training, it can be difficult to get everybody in one big group session, so you may have resorted to booking multiple smaller sessions.

If you need to train big teams but want avoid all the huge costs that might come with it, consider these benefits of video-based online learning:

You can TRAIN EVERYBODY.

When it comes to achieving scale and individualization, video-based online learning is king. Your training can reach your entire team just by giving them access to a library of learning videos. Once designed well, your learning videos will be able to cater to all your employees’ different learning styles, allowing for better retention.

You can train everybody ANYWHERE AND ANYTIME.

Your employees will have access to the training they need all the time. They can even rewatch any video whenever they have questions or just need a refresher. Internet connectivity would not be a concern anymore because videos use up less bandwidth and having flexible access works mostly around any downtimes.

You can train everybody anywhere and anytime, AT LESS COST.

No more holding multiple sessions to train every team member. 

No more teaching the same training course over and over again. 

Production costs for learning videos are going down, and they just keep going down as the technology gets better, making them the best, cost-effective choice for training scalable teams.

And EVERYBODY will be ENGAGED.

Video-based online learning gives employees more control to learn at their own pace, thus motivating them to achieve deeper understanding of any given material. This will lead to better employee-trainer interactions, as live sessions can focus on clarifying understanding and applying learning to practical scenarios. Even managers can be more engaged in the training process: if videos are delivered through a Learning Management System, managers can get real data on what their teams are learning (and lacking).

Offer a better learning experience to your employees with Bihasa, a digital learning company that can transform your training content into learning videos and set-up your custom Learning Management System. Visit Bihasa and learn how to incorporate video-based learning into your current training system.

About the author

Jowena Borral is an HR Generalist with more than 5 years of experience working with local and international companies. A business specialist with a knack for creative visualization, team engagement and human interaction.

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