John Cleese and Video Arts
"People learn nothing when they're asleep and very little when they're bored." – John Cleese
Although John Cleese conjures up thoughts of silliness, laughter and Monty Python, he is one of the foremost icons of business training videos. In 1972, with Yes Minister writer Antony Jay and a small group of television professionals, he co-founded Video Arts, where he pioneered the use of humour in training. Now with more than 160 training titles in the collection, Video Arts has helped organizations deliver learning to millions of employees.
Famous for intelligent, entertaining and straight-talking training, the Video Arts solutions cover training options that include off-the-shelf DVD, streaming, e-learning and mobile learning courses designed to reach more learners in more places. Written by comic greats like Hugh Laurie and Armando Iannucci, and starring famous faces like John Cleese and Dawn French, the Video Arts must-have resources cover key training points for any successful soft-skills training initiative.
NEW! E-LEARNING ESSENTIALS SERIIES
Video Arts Management Essentials, Workplace Essentials and Customer Service Essentials series deliver swift, concise learning in the form of 70 bite-size videos. The Essentials series are not available on DVD.
On>Demand is the Video Arts award-winning platform that lets you Manage and share video for learning.
Choose content from Video Arts, or upload your own videos, to stream and download video learning to as many employees as you like: in the classroom and on the move via desktops, tablets and phones.
Unless otherwise noted, all Video Arts titles are available on DVD and for streaming/e-learning. French and Spanish versions available on many titles.