Katie was a joy to work with. Everyone on my team was very impressed with her quality voice-over. She has a voice that makes you listen. Communications with Katie were great, friendly and professional. Turnaround time was very quick. Would highly recommend and work with again.
Katie Reddin-Clancy - Friendly, Confident Voice Over for E-Learning
Katie has been trusted by training teams and their marketing departments to voice e learning programmes for the education, business, tech, charity, medical, fashion, beauty, hospitality, finance, english as a foreign language and travel sectors. Katie’s voice adds natural confidence to your production for significant impact with your audience.
Voicing e-learning projects is big business for voice actors, especially as Covid-19 meant e-learning was the new normal for students around the world. The pandemic’s influence on education has changed the landscape forever. It’s also accelerated the use of online learning for adults and the corporate world meaning it is now a gigantic business!
Pre pandemic, the global corporate e-learning market size was predicted to be worth nearly £36 billion by 2026. Now it’s projected to reach £250 billion by 2025.
Teachers, schools and organisations are creating online programmes for students of all ages. Classes are via zoom and Katie is learning a lot whether she’s doing the voiceover narration for the whole course or voicing characters within animations.
90% of corporations now use e-learning compared to just 4% in 1995
A Professional, Natural, Corporate Female Voice
Katie’s voice engages learners of all ages and stages all over the world. Her bright and knowledgeable voice could be well suited to your next e-learning course.
Katie is skilled at making complicated medical, financial, scientific, technical and legal scripts sound clear, accessible and understandable.
With a warm, professional 30s sounding neutral voice, that is conversational and relatable, Katie can narrate and talk directly to your employees and students as the voice of your company.
Katie has worked in the corporate world so she understands the challenges that companies are facing. She can therefore bring truth and authenticity to the content you create. Whether it’s due to Covid-19 health warnings and mass business disruption or sustainability and climate emergency targets. You could be upskilling creative skills to prepare for the integration of automation or championing the importance of a positive culture plus integrating health and wellbeing support. Not to mention constant upgrades to leadership, management and technical learning to keep up with business trends and opportunities in order to thrive.
Katie also narrates for educational exam boards and publishers – for homeschooling, classroom and exam resources.
A Versatile Voice Actor for E-Learning Characters
It’s important for the world of your learning and animation to be believable and recognisable. Katie’s experience in the corporate world allows her to breathe life into your characters and gravitas into your script.
She has voiced a variety of characters in e learning videos such as the knowledgeable teacher, the keen student, a believable staff member, a considered manager, an upset customer, an authoritative boss to an inspiring motivational speaker.
Experienced E-Learning Student
Katie recognises the benefits of e-learning first hand as she is doing a diploma online studying Equine Psychology.
For her, like many, e-learning saves time and money travelling. She can access the content anywhere, anytime and go back for a refresh. These factors mean e-learning leads to better retention, 25 to 60% while retention rates of face-to-face training are very low in comparison: 8 to 10% (The Research Institute of America).
Online Private Drama Tutor
Katie is also offering online learning classes in Drama.
She was recently asked to be a private tutor to a friend’s son which she really enjoyed. The results were: he got his drama scholarship to Brighton College, a distinction in his LAMDA exam and she found herself with a new side hustle! Katie’s now been approved as a LAMDA teacher and can help with private drama coaching for young actors remotely for their GCSE, A’ level, Lamda and Guild Hall exams or drama school auditions.
Pro Bono E-Learning
Every year, Katie offers her voiceover services to support a charity.
This year she is very excited to be helping Moorcroft Equine Rehabilitation Centre with their online courses. Their mission is to re-school and rehabilitate former racehorses that can then have a real chance at a second career. They also help with short-term schooling and rehabilitation for all horses – so these courses should be fascinating… especially to Katie as horses are very dear to her heart
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E-Learning has just exploded!
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in schools being shut all across the world. Globally, over 1.2 billion children were out of the classroom.
It has shown us the importance of spreading correct knowledge across borders, companies and all parts of society. Therefore exploring the full potential of online learning technology will continue now post-pandemic which will only increase the rise of this worldwide education market.
Today’s educational landscape is going through an unprecedented revolution. E-learning is one of the fastest growing industries and it continues to grow rapidly.
- Pre pandemic, the global corporate e-learning market size was predicted to be worth $50 billion by 2026. Now it’s projected to reach $350 billion by 2025.
- Since the year 2000, the market growth rate has been 900%.
- Global edtech investments reached US $18.66 billion in 2019.
- The largest EdTech companies such as Coursera are already valued at well over $1 billion, training companies such as Adobe, Procter & Gamble and L’Oreal.
Media organisations such as the BBC are powering virtual learning.
BBC Bitesize Daily offered 14 weeks of curriculum-based learning for kids across the UK with celebrities like Manchester City footballer Sergio Aguero teaching some of the content. Hundreds of educational resources are now on TV, online or on social media.
In response to significant demand, many online learning platforms are offering free access to their services, like BYJU’S, a Bangalore-based educational technology and online tutoring firm. Founded in 2011, it’s now the world’s most highly valued edtech company. Since announcing free live classes on its Think and Learn app, BYJU’s has seen a 200% increase in the number of new students using its product.
E-Learning benefits are huge!
It is consistent, updatable, scalable, offers personalization, reduces costs, increases revenue, gives a competitive edge and is good for the environment. No wonder 90% of companies are now doing E Learning.
- IBM saved approximately $200 million in reduced costs. These are related to travel, hotel rentals, (word splitting) equipment, catering, printed materials and instructors. (IBM study)
- Participants learned nearly five times more material. Learning through e-learning typically requires 40 to 60% less employee time than learning the same material in a traditional classroom setting, which equals reduced costs. (Brandon-Hall Study)
- Every dollar invested in online training results in $30 in productivity. This is because employees resume their work faster and apply their skills immediately.
- 42% of companies say that e-learning has led to an increase in revenue. (The Ambient Insight 2012-2017 Worldwide Mobile Learning Market – Executive Report)
- 72% of organisations interviewed believe that e-learning helps them increase their competitive edge. It gives them the opportunity to keep up with the changes in their particular market. (Data published by CertifyMe.net)
- E-Learning is good for the environment. Producing and providing e-learning courses consumes an (word splitting) average of 90% less energy and produces 85% fewer CO2 emissions per student than conventional face-to-face courses. (Britain’s Open University’s study. Knowledge Direct Web)
- Pre Pandemic, e-learning was a way to connect to the elusive younger generation. Those aged 16 to 24 were the most likely to use online learning, men slightly more than women. The 25 to 34 age bracket were the most likely to have used an online course. (Published by Tugba Sabanoglu about the UK, Sep 7, 2020)