1- Information is good if you can share it simply and clearly. Create a content index before preparing the tutorial. List your topics. At the end of the training, summarize what you said. Communicate with your students and answer their questions. 2- Watching the training is more tiring than recording it. With this in mind, add quotes, relevant stories, videos to your training. 3- Do not hesitate to use your body language. Get a quality microphone so that what you say reaches students. The #1 rule of thumb for shooting video is that sound is more important than picture. Even if you can't get a quality camera, get a quality microphone. Pay attention to your pronunciation, get training on it if necessary.
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