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Training delivered with the aid of visual stimulation has been proven to be an effective and efficient method, using a range of media, such as video/audio clips, graphics, animation, and computer applications, to appeal to any learning style.

Videos also do a great job of illustrating certain visuals, skills and techniques that are difficult to demonstrate or to explain in plain words. A difficult training necessity such as live demonstration can be easily provided through videos, making the training efficient and complete without over complication.

VBL Solutions

  • Corporate videos
  • Podcasts
  • Digital Campaign videos
  • Explainer videos
  • CSR Videos
  • 360 Degrees video

Educational Videos

  • Faculty and Industry Expertise
  • Conceptual
  • Procedural Demonstrations

Product and Process Training

  • Product Demos
  • Installation and Commissioning
  • Basic equipment handling operations
  • Maintenance / Troubleshooting

Pre-Production Support

  • Video scripting services
  • CHROMAKEY
  • Direction
  • Equipment & Crew
  • Talent support for - Artist and Anchors
  • In-studio shooting
  • On-location shooting
  • Outdoor Shooting

Testimonial Videos

  • Employees, Customers, Suppliers and etc.

Post Production Support

  • CHROMAKEY editing
  • Voice dubbing
  • Audio and video syncing
  • Embedding 2D and 3D animation
  • Interactivity and etc.

Why Video based learning?

An interactive visual communication medium, video based learning has a number of benefits, making it an efficient method to deliver training.

  • It simulates as a visual and a practical demonstration aid.
  • The visual learning aids, helps the learner enhance understanding and makes the learner feel connected to the video content.
  • Interactive communication and graphics is the key to visual learning programs.
  • Enhances motivation levels and keeps them up.
  • Keeps trainees engaged throughout a training session.
  • Cost effective - reduces your cost of delivery and overcomes the need for centralized location-based training.
  • These videos can be used as stand-alone learning programs or as a part of the ILT programs in a blended learning approach.