Tip #1 You don’t need any special equipment – just a smart phone with a video camera.

Tip #2 Encourage staff to film things as they do them. Help them to develop a mindset of creating training for future staff.

Tip #3 Do a rough and ready plan of what things you need to show in the video to make sure you capture them all.

Tip #4 If you have a person speaking to camera, write some teaching points on a piece of paper and stick in on the wall near the camera to prompt them on things to say.

Tip #5 Don’t face the camera to the sun or your subject will be in the shade and you won’t be able to see what’s happening.

Tip #6 Watch out for distracting background sounds like traffic, music, washing machines.

Tip #7 Film in landscape not portrait – its easier on the eye.

Tip #8 You are not trying to win any academy awards so no need to worry about making a big Hollywood production.

Tip #9 Create a YouTube channel and store your videos there.  You can make them private – here’s how to make your own channel.  Here’s how to make your videos private.


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In the Recruit Your Team Project I will help you to get all of that good stuff out of your head and all those files on your computer spread all over the place into an organised learning platform for your staff.

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