Training Videos

Accessible Training

No matter the size of your business, it can be difficult getting everyone in the same place at the same time. Deliver your employees’ training straight to their desk with a series of informative videos that can be accessed at any time.

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Everyone is trained to the same high standard and receives the same experience.

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Better Engagement

Videos are much more likely to keep your employees’ attention than basic text documents or classroom lectures.

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More Affordable

Roll out an entire training course where 100% of the budget goes into the content.

Interactive Videos

Each video can be tailored to a specific audience. Want to deliver different training for managers? We’ll create specific videos for them. Want to quiz your employees on what they’ve learnt? We’ll add one at the end.


From demonstrating a new computer system, to introducing a new product or continuing professional development, your training videos can cover a number of purposes. We’ll choose the right style for each video be it animated, live-action or even stop-motion.

Keep it Simple

Videos are often the easiest way to explain complex ideas and information. Our step-by-step animations are that easy to follow, often no voiceover is needed to accompany it.

High Quality Production Standards

Up to 4k resolution, we pride ourselves in the highest quality video and audio standards. Our production staff have vast experience on a range of projects working in a variety of settings providing professionalism where it matters.

Every client is different and we would love to hear your ideas as well as our own.
Please contact us directly for a personalised quote today.

Group Visual LTD.
Group Visual LTD.3 days ago
Struggling to get a video made for the project you're managing? We can take away all the stress of producing a video, with a complete production package.

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📷 from the Project Management Symposium at Bournemouth University