For more than 40 years, we have provided engaging video learning solutions to organisations to support their employees’ professional development.
THE POWER OF VIDEO
Our videos shine because of their high production values, excellent scripts and familiar faces. At the heart of this is content which is created by some of the best subject matter experts in the world.Find out more
John Cleese co-founded Video Arts with Sir Antony Jay back in 1972. They saw the need for a learning solution that would shake up the formal classroom experience. So they decided to use entertainment to capture the imagination of participants.
The way we work has changed massively over the years. The rise in trends like flexible working means that nine to five is no longer a typical work day.
The way we learn has changed too. With dispersed and diverse workforces, organisations need to be able to offer training in soft and hard skills to people at a time and in a format that is suitable to each individual.
The topics and formats might have changed since then but our aim remains the same: to educate through entertainment.
THE LOWDOWN ON VIDEO LEARNING
Who’s using video for learning? Why, and how? The Video Arts Learning Index, based on our annual survey of L&D professionals, tells the stories from the world of L&D in 2019 and beyond.