THE VIDEO PRODUCTION FOR L&D SERIES
Date of webinar: Thur 10th June
Time: 10:30 GMT
In this webinar, our panel of video and learning professionals are going to share how to design creative video content for learning. Effective video-centred learning comes from combining an understanding of learning theory and practice, as well as knowledge of filmmaking language and how audiences read filmmaking techniques. We look forward towelcoming guests from L&D, HR, eLearning agencies and anyone else who would like to learn more about designing effective video for learning.
In her current role as Solutions Consultant at Nice Media, Georgia spends a lot of her time designing video learning projects before handing them over to the production team. Nice Media have been producing video-centred learning since 2003. With a background as a producer in video marketing and video learning content, she believes that behind any brilliant creative project is a quality approach to pre-production. In her spare time, Georgia is a football referee.
Layla joins the panel from Kineo, a global workplace learning company that helps businesses improve performance through learning and technology. Layla has experience working with a diverse range of clients to create effective, engaging and highly-rated digital learning experiences. With a passion for encouraging active participation in learners, Layla specialises in social learning design and using video for storytelling.
Barbara is an experienced Learning & Development practitioner who is renowned for her progressive views on the profession. She has traversed external consulting environments as well as in-house roles. Currently, she is fulfilling a role of Learning Transformation Specialist at Network Rail.Her L&D career started at BP where she remained for 9 years, Barbara built her skills and reputation on developing forward-thinking, results-driven L&D solutions and was an early proponent of human centred design. It was at BP that Barbara worked with Nice Media for the first time, building on her inclusion of rich media to produce a high-quality learning drama.