Dreamtek is proud to have been Learning Technologies official video sponsor for over 10 years. On Stand No.K80 Dreamtek will be offering visitors the chance to win an Amazon Echo. They’ll also have a full video production setup so use this opportunity to explore and experiment with how to improve learning content. Dreamtek’s expert team will be on hand to talk about visitors' ideas, providing hints and tips on producing engaging and exciting video content for learning.
Dreamtek has an extensive and credible history as a video production company, and a proven track record in executing technically challenging, high profile productions. With offices in London, New York, Singapore and Dubai we have the ability to provide global coverage. Its services include: Live Streaming, Video Production, Virtual Classrooms, Content Creation Solutions, Systems Integration, L&D Video Content, Training Videos and Managed Service Partner.
Tom is the Head of Video Services, EMEA, for Dreamtek and works with clients such as Google, YouTube, Facebook and Jaguar Land Rover. He believes that: “In the 21st century, if you’re not using video as an internal communications tool, then you’re left behind.” Tom has worked with many clients to create and deliver video content and is an expert in taking a different and diverse approach to producing video content to achieve a more professional, interactive and visually appealing result.
Dreamtek offers something unique to learning and development, they integrate video into learning experiences, build TV studios and provide the creative tools to manage video content internally.
Using video for learning can transform the impact on distributing educational content, making it more engaging and insightful. There are so many benefits such, learners can digest content at their own pace and explore content more deeply.
Tom will be talking about Video for Learning in a seminar on the 13th Feb, in Theatre 2 at 10.15am: "Change the lens on the way you create video for learning with Dreamtek’s Video for Learning session." Video has been fully adopted by the Learning & Development industry — more than a few of the world’s leading L&D associations include video as a core facet of their own member training, onboarding, promotion, and communications.