Instructional Design Australia (IDA) works with specialist partners, including We Make Online Videos (WeMOV), to produce training videos. Our training videos can be used in face to face training or incorporated into eLearning. There are a number of styles of training videos that IDA and WeMOV have worked on, these include:
- Chalkboard and Whiteboard videos
- Infographic videos
- Explainer videos
- Interview or Update videos
- Animated videos
- Actor and Presenter videos
- Instructional videos
- Software Simulations and Walkthroughs
- Shoot your own videos
Why include videos in your training program?
Use videos to achieve significant learning benefits, including enhanced engagement, strengthened understanding of concepts and increase knowledge retention.
Videos are efficient and effective learning aids that, with careful design, connect written, audio and visual representations of content/concepts to enable ‘sense-making’ and enhance learning.
Can IDA use an existing training video?
IDA has also incorporated existing videos into a number of eLearning courses and face to face training programs. This can be a cost-effective way of improving the quality and engagement level of eLearning courses. We can also edit an existing video if required. Popular edits include adding professional introductions, musics and onscreen graphics.
Can you shoot your own training video?
Yes, some of our clients shoot their own videos. Our partners then spice them up with titles, music, graphics, captions and animations. This can be a cost-effective way to add a professional edge to your videos in a cost-effective manner. Learn more.
The cost of a training video can vary substantially based on a number of factors. These include:
- Production values
- Style of video
- Rounds of edits
- If a script already exists
Example Costs of Training Videos
The following example costs are provided as a guide and exclude GST.
Cost of Chalkboard or Whiteboard Training Video
A basic 30-second chalkboard or whiteboard video with low production values, where the script and voiceover are supplied could start from approximately $550*. These videos use standard characters and illustrations supplied with the software so there are limitations.
Cost of training videos with animation
A 60-second video starts from approximately $2,950, 90-seconds $3,950, 180-seconds $4,950* for the following types of training videos:
Cost of live-action video
A half-day shoot with a modest amount of post-production could cost from $3,950*. A full day shoot costs from $4,750* Shoots can result in many clips that could be used in a variety of manners. These types of training videos include:
Shoot your own video
You can supply a video that you have shot yourself for our partners to add titles, graphics, captions and animations. A 60 to 180-second video would cost from $425*
*All costs are approximate and exclude GST. If you would like to know more about how we can develop a training video to meet your organisations need please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +61 3 5988 8319.
IDA commissioned this video to use in our online instructional design course to explain a popular Instructional Design Model.
This video cost around $3,500 including the voiceover, research and design of the graphic.
This is one of a series of videos that were produced for our range of online compliance programs. The series depicts real to live workplace scenarios. Around 6 videos were shot on a single day. The videos averaged around $4,000 each which included costs for scriptwriting, consultation, shooting, actors, catering, location fee, filming and production.
Tap on the links below to explore other styles of training videos that IDA and WeMov have worked on which include:
- What is Instructional Design
- Understanding Instructional Design
- What Do Instructional Designers Do?
- What are the differences between Educational Design, Learning Design and Instructional Design?
- First Principles of Instruction
- The Instructional Design Method
- Learning Science
- What is problem based learning (PBL)
- Read more Academic Articles on Instruction design here.
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