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Exhibit I Determining what the presentation will be about Topic: This is what you want to communicate to your audience in the video, photostory, or podcast. It sets the table for your talking points. Basic topics can be grouped into one of two categories: Overviews or Procedurals.

Talking Points: This will be in an outline form. However, unlike traditional outlines, numbers such as 1 or I do not require a 2 or II, and an A does not require a B.

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Exhibit II Creating the talking points Topic: Operation Overview

Talking Points: When creating the main structure of the outline, think about what you would say to someone on a plant tour. At this point, think in generalities like we show below. BROAD SUBJECT AREAS TIP: This is the point where you might want to work with a group to determine what broad content areas will be covered. List as many BROAD areas as you feel are necessary. It is easier to cut out topics than to try to create content that was not originally included.

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Introduction

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Safety

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Operations

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Wrap-up

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Exhibit III Expanding the talking points Topic: Operation Overview

Talking Points: Now that you have determined the general areas you want to discuss, add subtopics under each main heading. TIP: Pass the talking points around to department heads or line supervisors to make sure that the content is correct and up to date.

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Introduction a. Welcome b. Who we are c. What we do d. History

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Safety a. General safety b. Personal Protective Equipment c. MSDS

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Operations a. Production areas

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Wrap-up a. Thanks for viewing b. Good luck as you start c. Direct questions

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Exhibit V Creating presentation Topic: Operation Overview Talking Points: You have now determined your topic, created an outline containing your general talking points, and then expanded on them. Now you are ready to create your presentation. To do this, simply write as little or as much information for each talking point listed. TIP: It is easier to edit out and remove content than it is to add content after the fact. So feel free to write as much as you would like. 1.

Introduction a. Welcome Welcome to Company XYZ. As a new employee, you will be part of the largest growing company in the world. b. Who we are We are the largest producer of whatever our product is in the entire world. We work closely with whoever our clients are to ensure they have what they need c. What we do The basics of our production revolves around taking the raw material we use for our finished product and doing whatever is needed to make it turn out like we want it to. d. History We have been in the metro area since 1983. Initially, we were located in the little building on Main Street and employed 34 people. Today, we have expanded to cover 500 acres on this site, and have 53 more sites worldwide.

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Safety a. General safety Safety is a major concern for us. We value your safety as much as we value our customers business. Therefore, we have lots of rules to keep you safe. b. Personal Protective Equipment Every worker is required to wear specific personal protective equipment while on the job. Each area has different requirements, but the following requirements are in place for the entire plant: Steel-toed shoes and safety glasses. c. MSDS


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Operations a. Production areas This is the area where you would break out the content to include all the different departments in the plant you want to cover. The key here is to tell the people WHAT you do in each department, not HOW to do it. The “How To� can be covered in a different presentation.

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Wrap-up a. Thanks for viewing b. Good luck as you start c. Direct questions

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Exhibit VI Completing the presentation Topic: Operation Overview Talking Points Congratulations. You have completed the toughest part of the process. You have created a presentation. Now for the last step: Creating the script. Simply copy and paste the sentences you wrote about each topic into a fresh Word document. 1.

Introduction a. Welcome Welcome to Company XYZ. As a new employee, you will be part of the largest growing company in the world. b. Who we are We are the largest producer of whatever our product is in the entire world. We work closely with whoever our clients are to ensure they have what they need c. What we do The basics of our production revolves around taking the raw material we use for our finished product and doing whatever is needed to make it turn out like we want it to. d. History We have been in the metro area since 1983. Initially, we were located in the little building on Main Street and employed 34 people. Today, we have expanded to cover 500 acres on this site, and have 53 more sites worldwide.

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Safety a. General safety Safety is a major concern for us. We value your safety as much as we value our customers business. Therefore, we have lots of rules to keep you safe. b. Personal Protective Equipment Every worker is required to wear specific personal protective equipment while on the job. Each area has different requirements, but the following requirements are in place for the entire plant: Steel-toed shoes and safety glasses. c. MSDS


3.

Operations a. Production areas This is the area where you would break out the content to include all the different departments in the plant you want to cover. The key here is to tell the people WHAT you do in each department, not HOW to do it. The “How To� can be covered in a different presentation.

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Wrap-up a. Thanks for viewing b. Good luck as you start c. Direct questions

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Exhibit VII Your script Operation Overview Welcome to Company XYZ. As a new employee, you will be part of the largest growing company in the world. We are the largest producer of whatever our product is in the entire world. We work closely with whoever our clients are to ensure they have what they need. The basics of our production revolves around taking the raw material we use for our finished product and doing whatever is needed to make it turn out like we want it to. We have been in the metro area since 1983. Initially, we were located in the little building on Main Street and employed 34 people. Today, we have expanded to cover 500 acres on this site and have 53 more sites worldwide Safety is a major concern for us. We value your safety as much as we value our customer’s business. Therefore, we have lots of rules to keep you safe. Every worker is required to wear specific personal protective equipment while on the job. Each area has different requirements, but the following requirements are in place for the entire plant: Steel-toed shoes and safety glasses.

How to Create a Script  

This brochure will help you through the process of creating a script for a training video

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