Induction and training videos are an important part of welcoming new employees, keeping employees up to date with new training, and even welcoming visitors to a location.

When your induction and training videos are genuine, well-produced, and tailored specifically for your needs you can be sure that your viewers are all receiving the same message.

To get a quote or just chat about how corporate training videos can benefit you, call us today.

Corporate Training Video Production

Training videos are a vital aspect of your training strategy- and with a perfectly crafted training video, nothing can get lost in translation!

As a corporate training video production company, we specialise in condensing important information into easily understandable segments – and present them beautifully on screen.

We collaborate with you to create a video that is in line with your branding, aesthetic, and delivers training that really benefits your workforce.

Corporate Training Videos vs Induction Videos. What’s the difference?

The difference between corporate training videos and induction videos is how specific they are

An induction video may have references to policies but is primarily there to lay the groundwork with your inductee – who the company is their vision or their work culture. Whereas, training videos are more specific and generally focus on one task.

For example, an induction video may be played to a new employee to welcome them to their onboarding day, let them know the structure of their training, and give them a few important contacts. Later in the day, however, that same new employee may watch a training video to learn how to use a specific piece of equipment safely or use the proprietary software your company utilises.

In between these is a site induction video. This focuses on details needed for a visit – fire exits, emergency protocol, and bathroom locations! This is prominent in the construction industry as sites often have many types of hazards and safety inductions are often required.

These videos are very different in their aims, which is why they must be produced accordingly!


Why Invest in Employee Induction Videos?

Investing in induction video benefits you in three main categories – alignment, consistency, and engagement.

  • Alignment

Getting all of your employees on the same page when it comes to your company messaging, branding, and mission are vital for a united and cohesive workforce.

Having clear, welcoming, and useful inductions increase corporate transparency and cultivate a workforce that understands the company they’re joining.

  • Consistency

By providing clear and informative induction videos you eliminate misunderstandings between head office and on the ground trainers.

A good induction video ensures that every new employee has all the information they need to get started. It levels the playing field and leaves no one feeling too embarrassed to ask their question!

  • Engagement

An induction video that puts your viewers to sleep is not useful. So, when you invest in a bespoke induction video with Inspireworks we make every video engaging and easy to understand.

By creating high-quality induction videos, your company appears professional and modern.

An updated induction video that speaks to your inductees on their level and will help them start their very first day feeling valued and informed.

What Makes an Effective Training Video?

Effective employee training videos have two main qualities: clarity and usefulness.

  • Clear and Concise Training Videos

The best training videos are clear and easy to understand. This means having a clear and logical structure, featuring well-written voiceovers, and starting with the basics so everyone benefits from the training. To keep energy high, visuals and graphics are immensely important.

  • Useful Training Videos – For All Levels,

A balance needs to be found between prioritising conciseness and broad applicability. This is because excessively long training videos lose the viewer’s attention, but a viewer who doesn’t have the core knowledge won’t benefit from a training video discussing high-level aspects.

How Do I Get Started?

Get started on your road to high-quality corporate video production by identifying the aspects of your business that could benefit from induction or training videos. Could you prioritise CEO time by involving them in an induction video rather than in person? Need more consistent training across multiple facilitators? Or maybe your job site has a set of basic rules everyone needs to understand before entering and this is the best way to make sure the important parts get noticed!

We can help you assess this, as well as get you an easy quote, so give us a call today and take your corporate videos to the next level.

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Employee Induction Videos FAQs

  1. a solid structure
  2. clear and concise instructions
  3. interactive aspects to ensure understanding
  4. valuable information

When your audience is bored, you don’t get results! Speak to them on their level and make sure any voiceovers, animations, and interactive aspects are relevant and of high quality.

Good and clear information delivered in a high-quality way – good voiceover, graphics, and animations.

  1. Induction: welcoming and getting set up for the job (also called onboarding)
  2. On The Job: Learn as you go or training sessions during work hours, often with a mentor or supervisor.
  3. Off The Job: training is undertaken outside of work hours, weekend and evening classes or days at training centres.

With a good explanation of the training structure.

Less than 20 minutes, but ideally between 3 and 6. If your topic is bigger than 20 minutes, split it up.