The series includes 32 bite-size videos and nine online courses, workshop guides and infographics. Video Arts has worked with Oliver Burkeman (The Guardian and New York Times psychology writer) to apply the latest thinking around motivation, wellbeing, positivity, mindfulness and resilience to create a set of credible learning points that are easy to digest and adopt.
The videos star famous faces from TV and film including, Robert Webb (Peep Show), Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones's Diary), Tony Gardner (Fresh Meat) and Shobna Gulati (Loose Women).
This year a brand new influencing series featuring Blake Harrison (The Inbetweeners) and Jim Howick (Peep Show) will launch. Along with influencing there will be a new sales series and by the end of 2018 there will be over 300 new videos.
Martin Addison, Video Arts CEO, will be speaking (31 January, 11am, Theatre 8) at this year’s Learning Technologies Exhibition to share the results of our Learning Index survey and we will uncover the killer stats you need to succeed in 2018.
Join the seminar or visit the Video Arts wellbeing woodland stand for your free massage and hear insights from the established home of video learning.
- The top five videos (as voted by our clients) to deliver on your 2018 learning priorities.
- What are the most effective uses of video for learning?
- Why are fewer organisations using YouTube for learning?
- How does video stack up against other media?
- Why did 21% of L&D professionals say they’d be using virtual reality? And why don’t we believe them?