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We've produced over 150 training videos for organisations including Toyota, Xstrata, Anglo American, NSW Government, Centennial Coal, Lowes, BHP, Barrick Gold, Workcover NSW and many others.


Since 2007, we've produced more than 150 training videos covering a wide variety of areas such as sales techniques, technical procedures, environmental protocols and work health and safety. 


Here's a snapshot of some of the work we've delivered.


Work health and safety videos are the easiest way to communicate safe work practices within the mining environment. Combining actual site footage with scripted voiceover narration, WHS videos deliver a high rate of information retention. 

Likewise, site specific training videos provide workers with the exact protocols your site has in place in an easy to grasp, visual way. 

Mine site specific videos we've delivered include:

  • Worker & visitor inductions

  • Plant inductions

  • Isolation procedures

  • Personal risk assessment 'how to'

  • Transport rules

  • Nip & pinch points

  • Golden Rules

  • CABA & self rescue apparatus

  • Fatigue management

  • How to perform a JHA / JSA 

  • High pressure injection

  • Longwall operations

  • Safe standing zones

  • Machinery pre-start inspections

  • High voltage

  • Equipment familiarisation


Professional presenters for internal corporate productions such as training videos are an affordable solution to deliver a quality presentation that drives the training video for the learner. As opposed to videos that are whole narrated by voiceover, having a face on screen to present the information is especially useful where there is no other vision that can be placed on screen. The video may then cut from the presenter to relevant imagery and back again throughout the presentation while the presenters voiceover continues.


Professional voiceover narration is perfect for videos where a lot of visual action can be shown to represent exactly what the voiceover is telling the learner.


Videos can be in the form of live action footage or animation. Some videos also have question and answer sections that correspond with a paper questionnaire for the learner to complete. 


Role play videos are typically filmed on site at the business' operation and may involve either actual staff performing their daily duties or actors working to a script.


Actors for internal corporate productions are an affordable and often the best solution for situations where a lot of dialogue is required. When choosing to use real staff, it's best if they don't have to remember any lines, but rather are allowed to ad-libb the dialogue based on their existing training and knowledge of the task.


Key messages from management as part of a training system can be produced to enable company leaders to speak directly to staff.


During pre-production, we work with you to develop the script that will be used as the basis of your new communication tool. Existing training materials such as PowerPoint presentations, procedural management plans or training manuals will help to develop the script.


An effective approach is asking the user multiple choice questions after each section of the video, where they answer via a corresponding paper questionnaire or integrated software application. These assessment questions will also be developed as part of the script. 

Once the voice-over script is completed, our next job is to convert it to an AV script (or written storyboard), whereby written questions will denote the visual components of the training video in correspondence with the audio. 

After pre-production, our team will start filming as per the scheduled shoot dates, followed by editing and post production back in the studio. 

On completion of the editing process, we’ll involve you in a client review process so that you have the opportunity to make any changes necessary.


The production of a good training video requires a deep understanding of the various methods of visual and auditory communication. Once executed well, there are many benefits from having a training video up your sleeve. 

With a training video production, you can deliver a consistent message and physically demonstrate the necessary procedures of a job while presenting real footage of the workplace. You can also reduce the cost of training and the need for trainers as well as ensure proper implementation of procedures are consistently delivered.

Training videos can also be a highly effective internal communication tool that allows company leaders to talk directly with their team members. 


If you'd like to learn more about pricing, packages or our range of services and capabilities for training video production, click on the link below to speak with one of our producers.

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