Video Learning is highly effective way to get learners to remember and understand information. It is proven that the human brain processes and stores visual information easier and faster than it does through reading or listening, and even more so with visual and audio combined. There are many advantages to video learning, as well as them being highly interactive and engaging for the learners, they can also go where learners can’t. Videos take the learner out of the ‘classroom’ environment, in a virtual sense, through the use of 360 immersive video, augmented and virtual reality. They can also be used to show visual demonstrations and procedures that wouldn’t be possible to do in a classroom, alongside many other uses such as showing learners scenario based situations for them to learn from, screencasts, and also presenter videos for when a mentor can’t physically be around to teach them.