What one does not want is excessive theory. It is always good to balance theory with relevant practical case studies so trainees can benefit optimally from the text knowledge covered during the training program. After all, companies ultimately want their trainees to apply and implement what they have learned.
Of course, trainees can read reports, but video case studies are far more engaging. They share and show real-life situations, which visualize the concepts and practices covered in the training program. As such, case studies, in the form of short videos
, provide excellent learning opportunities in corporate training. Through video, a case study comes alive and helps trainees to be fully submersed. This, in turn, helps to see themselves in similar situations, and it allows them to see how to solve problems at work.