Education & Training Videos

Discover innovative new ways to teach with our interactive online video productions

We make Training Video Production look easy.

Right from the outset we’ve been making corporate training videos with a difference. Since 2006 we have had a proven track record of creating powerful and compelling training resources to aid organisations within the youth sector. We understand the importance of continuous professional development within your staff team and have devised many bespoke interactive resources to assist in such activities.

We’ve made DVD and Online interactive training resources for a range of clients including NHS, HMYOI, LEAP Confronting Conflict, Huddersfield Technical College, JAMES, Bradford Council and many other organisations within the UK Charity, Public, NGO and Broadcast Sector.

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Interactive Digital Resources

Not only do we employ the very best of corporate video production techniques such as drama, animation, narration, stats and facts but we also incorporate powerful online digital features such as annotations & meta links for a fluid, intuitive and custom user experience.


A Young Person’s Guide To Restorative Justice

Watch the 1 minute introduction to this online interactive training resource commissioned in 2015 by Youth Charity JAMES.

This innovative interactive DVD and Online learning resource is a series of 18 informative short films produced to assist in the teaching of Restorative Justice. Although aimed primarily at young people (12yrs +) this learning resource is also a powerful tool to assist those currently in the process of becoming RJ Practitioners.

Each video ends with annotated options enabling the viewer to proceed to another video of their choosing making each viewing a unique learning experience.

The resource has been a massive success for JAMES and is currently being used by Bradford Youth Offending Team & Bradford Council in the teaching of Restorative Justice to young people and staff professionals across the Bradford district.