Training for a time-strapped workforce launches with 20 new business
Digital Training Videos (DTV)'s web 2.0 technology-enabled learning and
development desk-top solution at www.DTVuk.com launches this April (2008)
with 20 newly filmed business skills videos covering teamwork,
communication, customer service, sales, leadership, coaching,
sustainability and personal development.
DTV offers bite-sized videos (between eight to ten minutes long) with
downloadable support material and is available on licence packages or
New content uploaded every month includes a main feature title usually
relating to a current topic, with added location footage and specially
packaged with a longer running time.
The 20 newcomers to the DTV library span eight topic areas with a range
of 'overview/introduce' films serving to induct newcomers to a business
practice complemented by 'take action' productions designed to analyse
and advise on detail specifics.
The film formats include expert interviews, case studies, and drama-based
Users can view and select from an easily navigable topic library,
spanning personal and professional development, management, leadership,
coaching, communications, customer service, sales, teamwork and
A lively content mix includes how to compose and write professional
emails, becoming a better team member, handling your first day at work,
best sales practice, and how to make your office more environmentally
New to the DTV library in April are:
Teamwork: "Shaping"; "Water
To Grow"; "Casting"; "Get On Board"; "Break
The Routine"; "All Together Now"
Interviews with Experts (Cutting Through The Noise")
"Presentation Skills"; "Great Public Speaking"; "Email Etiquette"
"Overview: Customer Service Means You"; "Service In The City"
Sales: "Overview: The
Changing Face of Sales"; "Negotiation"; "K.I.S.S.E.D"
Leadership "Rise"; "Warning
Sustainability "Green My
"Nightmare First Day"
Specially designed to meet
learning needs across the organisational hierarchy, from strategic senior
CEO levels to foundation entry positions, DTV's training and development
contents are based on intensive in-depth research, consultation and
advice from industry leaders, authors, lecturers & professors at major UK
universities and business schools.
Core benefits in DTV's training are greater value, flexibility, choice,
quality and trackability.
DTV has been developed by Deliverers -
communications specialist fields 10 years experience of designing and
delivering bespoke corporate communications solutions and programmes to
employees of UK and international brands including AstraZeneca,
Schering-Plough, Virgin and HMV.
DTV launches at HRD (April 15th -18th 2008, London ExCel) on Stand 500.
For further information, click on www.DTVuk.com where users can view a
video tour and examples of the extensive catalogue.
Organised by the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD),
HRD 2008 runs from April 15-18th at London ExCel, open from 0930-1700
Notes for Editors:
DTV (Digital Training Videos) delivers engaging, relevant, up-to-date
business skills videos direct to desktops. DTV provides hassle-free
access to an extensive library of highly stimulating, affordable,
on-demand video films communicating key training needs. Focusing on
communications, teamwork and leadership advice, DTV empowers users with
key knowledge for professional self-improvement.
DTV offers bite-sized videos (between eight to ten minutes long) and
downloadable support material available on licence packages or
pay-per-view pricings. Users can view and select from an easily navigable
topic library, spanning personal and professional development,
management, leadership, coaching, communications, customer service,
sales, teamwork and sustainability.
DTV can also be deployed as an employee performance support system (EPSS)
for large organisations and academic institutions to provide just-in-time
(JIT), just-enough and 'just-for-me' learning for employees who are
DTV - delivering quality learning for today's business generation.
Sales & Marketing: James Ralph / Kelvin Lee, DTV, +44 (0) 844 225 2005
Media: Peter Muir, Bob Little Press & PR, +44 (0) 1296 715228