Video for training/ education

Video is a fantastic way to train and educate your employees. Often videos are used to supplement classroom training, or be used as part of an E-Learning module. We offer a full service, from helping with scripting, voice over, shooting, editing and production of a DVD/ web video.

Examples of videos for training

A hospital in London wanted to train their staff in the use of emergency fire safety equipment. Video was chosen as the best format to use to train staff effectively either in the classroom, or on the ward. As well as a DVD, a subtitled version was produced so nurses and doctors could watch the film on their wards without disturbing their colleagues and patients.

Here is what our client said about the project:

"Orange Eye provided an exceptional service when filming our evacuation training video. They were able to complete the whole process with minimal disruption in a busy hospital environment. The resulting film has been very well received and many have commented on effective way in which the intended message has been delivered. The camera work, editing and sound quality are second to none and the follow-up service has been prompt and efficient. I would recommend Orange Eye without hesitation."

Elwyn Harker, Fire Safety Advisor

Examples of videos for education

This was shot  for the Lucy Faithfull Foundation Charity. The brief was to shoot a 12 minute interview without showing the person speaking, and was shot with the Panasonic AF101 and great lenses, which allowed us to get a very shallow depth of field. Black and white was also chosen for artistic reasons.

Here is another educational video;

More example videos on the Orange Eye YouTube Channel

To see more of our video, visit our own YouTube channel, which can be found here.

Please contact us for more information on 07952 724150, or email

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