Creating web-based professional development video in-house has never been easier, faster, or more cost-effective. And as digital, web-based video assumes a more important role in professional development programs, corporate trainers and other development staff are increasingly being called upon to create training and instructional video themselves: in house, on time, and within budget. Still, many learning professionals lack the hands-on experience required to produce meaningful, high quality video for their training programs. Rapid Video Development for Trainers/em> , is a comprehensive tutorial and answers such important questions as "Where do I get started with video?", "How can I produce video that delivers the content I need to share?", "Which software and hardware tools will work best for me?", and "What's the best way for me to put my finished video on the web?" Rapid Video Development is an invaluable resource for every corporate learning professional who needs to create powerful, information-packed, web-based video for their organisation.
Jonathan Halls is an author, trainer, and coach. He wrote Rapid Video Development for Trainers(ATD Press, 2012) and was a contributing author to Speak More (River Grove Books, 2012) and the ATD Handbook: The Definitive Reference for Training & Development 2nd Edition (ATD Press, 2014). He is author of the ATD Infoline, Memory & Cognition in Learning" (ATD Press, 2014) and has written numerous articles for T&D magazine. Jonathan is an ATD BEST Awards reviewer and has sat on the advisory committees for the ASTD International Conference & Exposition and TechKnowledge. The former BBC learning executive now runs workshops in media, communication, leadership, and creativity. He is on faculty at George Washington University and facilitates ATD's Master Trainer Program (TM) and ATD's Rapid Video for Learning Professionals Certificate program. Jonathan has been training, speaking, and coaching for 25 years in more than 20 countries. He describes his work as at the intersection of media, communication, learning, leadership, and innovation."