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Video Arts launches interactive digital library

Video Arts has launched a new digital video library designed to enable users to create their own tailored training sessions.

According to Video Arts, registered Video Arts subscribers will be able to log onto a secure website, browse through the programme of titles available, selecting the most appropriate chapters from each, then video stream the content. The company says the resulting tailored programme can then be streamed online, or from a preloaded video hard drive.

Martin Addison, managing director of Video Arts, said: "We know that HR and Training Managers require greater flexibility from the training programmes they deliver, which is why we developed our digital library.

"This initiative delivers content that is dynamic and interactive, making it more accessible and easier to use. We believe this approach could change the way in which companies train their staff in the future, saving HR teams significant time and budget."

Addison continued: "Organisations increasingly need flexibility and adaptability in an ever-demanding working environment. The digital library delivers just that."

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