Why Use a Professional?
There’s a quote from Red Adair that nails it. “If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.”
There are enthusiastic amateurs in every industry, and that’s fine. I am an amateur shelf-putter-upper and slightly less enthusiastic endurance athlete. I’ll never be an Olympian and my hobby isn’t harming anyone (except perhaps my knees, and the things which seem to keep falling off shelves).
Within the confines of everyone’s life, doing a few things which draw us out of our comfort zone and take us away from the daily grind is actually important. But if you’ve got a business and staff to look after, it’s important to train them properly. Would you bring in an amateur electrician to sort out the lights or mend the communal fridge? Of course not. So why would you risk paying for someone to deliver a training programme in a way that doesn’t engage?
If you’re talking health and safety, you need to get the message heard loud and clear. If you’re talking legal matters, politics, or medical training, the consequences of delivering the wrong message could be disastrous. Possibly even fatal.
The problem with hiring a professional voiceover is that there’s no real qualification that proves they’re any good. We’re not given certificates for passing speaking exams, and there’s no official regulatory body for us to become members of. After Phil died, many clients went over to Google to find themselves a replacement Phil… only to find that many people have brilliant websites and amazing demos, but their actual work just didn’t meet the standards they were used to. This is where elearningvoices.co.uk has done all the hard work for you. We know the industry inside out, and the voices you can choose here are the best in the business. They’ve been around for a long time.
We supply quality voices who rarely make mistakes. If we do, we’ll correct them free of charge. We even have a team of legal and medical experts at our disposal to make sure that your facts are delivered correctly. We can make sense of jargon. And all with beautiful, audible, sensible narration, for probably less than you’d have to pay to get that electrician in to fix the office fridge.