Video learning

10 arguments in favor of video learning

Digital training videos and training media: This is how professional video learning expands the repertoire of continual vocational training

1 Video learning makes training more effective

Training videos can be used to acquire knowledge in the run-up to in-person seminars. The homogenization of heterogeneous target groups is achieved through this. In-person training is not all about knowledge building, and can be used more effectively – e.g. for role plays, exercises, transfer tasks and individual questions.

2 Video learning ist versatile

Training videos are more suitable than other training materials for achieving effective learning goals, due to the possibility of using multimedia to present information.

3 Video learning makes complex ideas understandable

Training videos are also successful in terms of cognitive learning objectives, because they make complex ideas understandable. That is why Pink University uses a whole range of video formats – from animated graphics to enacted scenes.

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4 Video learning emotionalizes

Training videos emotionalize the content, and therefore ensure better retention performance and more effective learning. In other words, no emotion = no learning.

5 Video learning ensures consistently high quality

Digital training media, in the form of WBVT courses, ensures that the transfer of knowledge is standardized at a high level, regardless of the quality and competence of individual trainers.

6 Video learning motivates

Compared to Pink University’s web-based video training courses, standard WBT courses require participants to have stronger self-learning skills. This is because learners are much more involved by addressing experts and lecturers directly, and therefore learn more easily.

7 Video learning brings content to the point

In Pink University’s training videos, the experts don’t just reel off information. Instead, they follow a carefully-written script. That is why, for example, Pink University’s WBVT courses do not last for hours, but usually for 60 to 80 minutes – divided into small learning units of around 10 minutes each.

8 Video learning provides knowledge in a compact form

Experience shows that the content of a whole in-person training day can be condensed into an 80-minute web-based video training course.

9 Video learning has lasting results

Pink University sets learning questions and develops additional materials so that participants can check that they have met the learning objectives and, where necessary, identify knowledge gaps.

10 Video learning is easy to integrate

Pink University learning videos are easy to use – they can be viewed in your browser, even without LMS or apps. And they can usually be easily integrated via SCORM or TIN Can API into your company’s own learning environment.

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