Government eLearning Voiceover
Government eLearning has become increasingly popular for training programs and communications that are both internal, and public. By creating online training courses, governments are able to efficiently roll out new programs and measures that can quickly educate people on how to use new software, follow best practices, and understand new codes or guidelines. They’re effective lessons that can teach government officials and citizens alike.
Whenever a new government or administration comes into office, it isn’t just the public that needs to adapt to new policies and mandates – the people who work in the government do as well. Anytime a new government branch hires a new employee, internal government eLearning is used to bring them up to speed and teach them how to best enact the internal protocols for their department.
Government eLearning on a large scale is usually employed when a new policy comes into effect and a memo or regulation is passed down through internal channels at each branch of government. At a federal level, internal government eLearning can be a dictation of policy to cabinet members or regulation mandates at the state and provincial levels.
eLearning Voiceover for Optimal Function
On the individual level, internal government eLearning can be used to teach government employees how to better fulfill their roles, or even advance to higher positions. While this type of eLearning isn’t usually accredited, it can be essential to functioning in the public sector and is often employed to onboard new government employees.
With the rise of the pandemic and escalating Covid-19 measures, more and more governments have taken their services online in an effort to mitigate transmission. By educating people over an online medium, government organizations like the National Institute of Health can quickly enact new regulations or guidelines and make the policies available to anyone in the country with access to a smartphone or computer.
Typically when a government announces a new product or service, they offer a course about that service and how to use it. At its most basic, external government eLearning revolves around teaching citizens how to either follow guidelines or access a program. At the macro scale, external government eLearning is used to educate people in mass quantities. Any time the government announces a public memo for new Covid measures or makes amendments to existing mandates, there’s an accompanying eLearning course on the government website or links to follow. This kind of government eLearning often involves some kind of edict or law that people are required to follow and need to be made aware of.
Meeting Your Goals With Government eLearning Voiceover
Individual government eLearning often reflects the rules, regulations, policies, and practices the government needs to be understood among its employees on a unique basis. Whether the focus is geared towards citizenship or applying for a specific government program, security, or culture this kind of eLearning can allow individuals to opt in based on their own needs or be mandated.
Municipal, state, provincial, or federal – no matter what level the content is geared towards or from, creators of eLearning content have to balance budgets with meeting the goals and KPIs of programs produced. Recognizing the value an experienced, talented voice over artist can bring to the narration increases the chance of eLearning program success whether the goal is the transfer of knowledge or behavior change.
Narration to Meet Bespoke Requirements
An important aspect content creators may consider in looking for voice actors for government eLearning narration is security. Many programs require NDAs (Non-disclosure agreements). Others may involve background checks. Kim has successfully met the criteria federal agencies have required to operate within systems.
Hiring an excellent voice actor for government eLearning also ensures avoiding text and next syndrome. A quality professional narrator knows how to enliven dry material, inject appropriate enthusiasm and can make messages matter and resonate with learners. Dozens of government agencies and bespoke content creators who prepare material on their behalf have hired Kim Handysides to narrate their government eLearning programs. Contact Kim today to talk about your next project or to get a quote or a custom sample.
Sophisticated Narrator & Dedicated Professional
Female narrator Kim Handysides has been chosen time and again to help various government-level eLearning programs resonate with learners. Trained in theater and broadcasting, with decades of practical narration experience, Kim has voiced government eLearning programs in public health, defense, taxation, natural resources, environmental protection, foreign affairs, elections, postal services, coast guard, border services, transportation, planning services, education, and immigration.
Voice work for international governmental agencies takes a sophisticated approach and often a facility with accents and even the ability to perform an international accent – one where it sounds like the English speaker has lived in multiple countries and they have a blended accent. Kim has performed multiple international eLearning programs for governmental bodies like UNICEF, the United Nations, NATO, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund.