Can't convince your team to read another dry training booklet? Are your customers hesitant to learn how to use your product or service effectively?
Training doesn't have to be dull. Our training videos combine the important messages you need to get across with emotion, storytelling and thoughtful editing. Your audience learn more effectively when they're engaged. And they retain that information.
We begin with research into your audience and an understanding of the information you need explained. We believe in forming collaborative partnerships, so we can take the time to understand you, your goals, and the people you’re speaking to.
Then we design the creative approach of each training video based on the most effective and interesting ways of expressing each key message. Which makes learning engaging, not soul-destroying. So you get a happy and informed audience.
"Skeleton has become like an extended part of our team. We can call on them time and time again to deliver films that are relevant and engaging for our people." Richard Donovan , Head of Internal Communications & Corporate Responsibility , Experian
No matter what you need to teach, we’re experts at using video to spark change in thought and behaviour. Check out our latest work to inspire your next video project.
Using video scenarios to teach something – whether you’re training up new teams, introducing a new product or revamping HR, marketing or IT processes – is faster and cheaper than traditional methods. What’s more, using actors to depict a scene or multiple scenarios make it simpler for people to follow and prompt debate amongst the audience.
As the name suggests, these work well when you need to train people how to use a particular product or service. You don’t have to try to describe to people what to do, you can show them. By taking the viewer through simple step-by-step instructions, you can make even complicated tasks seem simple. For your people, having a visual reference makes the information easier to remember, too.
Screencast videos are perfect for when you need to train teams how to use software applications, websites or other computer programs. They’re the best way to familiarise people with a system they may find daunting, and show them how to use it, one mouse click at a time.
It's scary starting in a new job. Make new members of the team feel at home with a friendly introduction to your business, the people they'll work with, and what they can expect in their first few weeks. You can even take things a step further and create onboarding or training videos to acquant new team members with your company processes and procedures in a relaxed, engaging way.
We find animations are a good alternative to presenter videos, because they give you an opportunity chance to create a memorable character and use a bit of humour – never a bad thing when you’re trying to hold people’s attention. Another benefit of animated training videos is that they’re often more cost effective to make, with no studio or actor costs.
"Great service, quick turnaround and professional input. The team really understand our business and can turn our ideas into engaging creative content that fits with our brand and project objectives. Skeleton are a pleasure to work with and I regularly recommend them to others." Rachel Turner , Assistant Manager Colleague Engagement , Boots
In any workplace, we’re governed by laws and regulations. They may not be interesting, but they’re pretty unavoidable. Compliance videos are designed to educate your audience on the steps they need to take to stay on the right side of the rules. They work best when you have a lot of information to cover.
This means any video where someone speaks directly to the audience through the video camera. Get the right person presenting and they’ll help you come across as personable and credible. It’s a simple but effective format that makes your audience feel as though the presenter is right there in the same room. As long as you keep the content engaging (and not too long) audiences find presenter videos easy to follow without getting distracted.