Training & Induction

Hiring new staff? Want to train up the ones you already have? We guide you through the process of presenting vital information in a way that will help it sink in.

Sheep Breeding Documentary

NSW Department of Education
The NSW Department of Education approached Audience Productions to shoot the documentary video of the 18 month White Suffolk Sheep Breeding program at Farrer Memorial Agricultural High School (MAHS). Following the 8 stages of the sheep breeding program, starting with Sire Selection and culminating in their annual Ram Sale Auction. The final product to be showcased on the Department of Education Animals in Schools portal for teachers and students from other schools to learn about how Farrer achieve their sheep breeding goals.

STEM Education Coding for Schools

NSW Department of Education
We were asked to turn the live performance of this STEM Coding series into a video series, "Crack The Code", that teachers and students could use as a resource, training video or if they got stuck or needed a refresher. Diagrams sketched on the whiteboard during the live sessions would be used to help the coding gurus explain their ideas more simply. For this video series, we had to come up with explainer animations to help convey the ideas and concepts that would normally appear on the whiteboard.


BHP Billiton
BHP approached us to create a safety induction video for their Sydney office. All visitors or contractors would be required to watch this video before being able to work in the BHP offices. Covered in the safety induction video were emergency safety procedures, office operations, security access to the building and other protocols for a safe workplace. A shot list was created from the BHP safety induction script and approved before the shoot day in order to get everything captured over the 2-day shoot.

Brewarrina Fish Traps Documentary

Aboriginal Education and Communities Directorate
A meeting was held at the NSW Department of Education offices with members from Aboriginal Education, Technology department and Information and Online Services to brief Audience Productions on all the various elements for this project. This project was a collaboration between the Aboriginal Education department and the Technology department, so it was important that both their requirements were represented during the shoot and in the final product. The idea was to highlight primary students being taught to use a 360-degree camera at an Aboriginal cultural heritage site. It was important to cover the technological aspects as well as the site. As we were travelling to an Aboriginal community in Brewarrina, we were also briefed on cultural specifics in order to respect social practices.