Using Video For Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

20th February 2017 No comments
CPD

Continuing Professional Development (or CPD) is the commitment to lifelong learning; a skill that is invaluable to all people across every segment of society.

Regardless of industry or sector, most employers now value ‘learning agility’ as a core competency. As a result, the methods of delivering CPD is changing within organisations, employers and professional institutions.

Educators and employers are increasingly shifting their emphasis from classroom-based learning and compulsory hours to on-demand video libraries. These libraries offer a far more flexible, informal and cost effective approach for developing skills and knowledge within the organisation, helping the company maintain a sustainable and competitive advantage.

CPD delivery should always be clear, apparent and applicable. When we produce CPD content, we work with the training provider to create a structured video that will be retained for use as part of an ongoing dynamic CPD programme, helping to frame and focus professional learning by using the objective nature of video to make the presentations far more engaging and approachable.

Watching video presentations at a convenient time, and from the comfort of your own home or work environment, offers a very positive experience and encourages better learning.

If you’d like to see some examples of videos that we’ve produced to assist with CPD, head over to our portfolio. We offer a professional, affordable and highly competent service that delivers top quality videos that support the education needs of both the employee and the business.

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