In order to start planning your training videos, it's a good idea to create a table of contents. This can be used to organize videos into sections and help determine the best flow for the content.
- [Instructor] Once you've determined…your training needs and considered your audience,…you're ready to start planning out your training.…As a first step, I recommend…that you create a table of contents,…which will outline what it is that needs to be taught…and the order that you want to teach it in.…When video training first became popular,…it wasn't uncommon to see training videos…that were 30+ minutes long.…This is something that I strongly recommend you don't do.…My recommendation is to create several shorter videos.…This will provide many advantages,…including higher viewer retention rates,…higher viewer satisfaction,…the ability for users to skip around to a specific topic,…and it will make it easier for you…to update specific sections.…
First, decide on a title for your overall training.…And once you've done that,…begin to think of your training…like you would a book.…Break it down into chapters…and then sections within the chapter.…Here in the screen, I have a sample of a table of contents.…This is actually the one that I created for this course.…
- Explain three reasons why short lengths of video within a training course are better.
- Recall the purpose for shutting off notifications during recording.
- Recognize the steps to take to get rid of computer audio.
- Define “trimming.”
- Identify the purpose of timelapsing.
- Name the most versatile video format.