A workplace video can be a terrific learning tool. You can structure a problem, provide a solution, or explain a concept. Organisations can quickly build a library of useful videos. Because workplace videos are now easy to make and host, the critical ‘preparation stage’ tends to be forgotten. Think of a movie with striking imagery but little structure (Waterworld with Kevin Costner comes to mind).
In this course, participants discover the essential components of scripting. Participants will leverage adult learning principles to deliver engaging video content. By the end of the session each participant will have made their own video.
At the conclusion of this course participants will be able to:
Leverage critical adult learning principles for video
Make the right first impression (you dont get a second chance)
Script your presentation
Demonstrate engagement drivers
Chunk information for the viewer
Storyboard the narrative
Paraphrase and reiterate key information
Discuss light, shadows, colours, background. What works well?
Identify the #1 mistake that technical people make
Use engaging words and phrases
Set voice tonality and body language
Vocal warm-up techniques that actors use to project clarirty and confidence