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E-Learning & Corporate training
How I can help...


When you are looking for a voice actor to narrate your e-learning project, you want to get it right the first time. Regardless of whether you are training employees, helping students to understand complex scientific concepts, or showing young parents how to put together their first baby crib… the narrator that you select has to fit the project. Your narrator not only needs to sound relatable and friendly but also informed. Most of all, they need to keep your audience engaged. That’s the kind of connection I strive to achieve on every project.


My client experience...


I take pride in my ability to build strong relationships and deliver pleasing results for the companies I work with. When I receive positive feedback after completing a project, it motivates me to continue exceeding expectations!

"Tom has been fantastic to work with. Responsive, concise, and fast turnaround times. Highly recommended for any eLearning narration or similar voice over projects." ~ Tricia Magrini, LPW Training

"I found Tom easy to work with. He always responded quickly to my emails and produced voiceovers that the clients loved. I highly recommend Tom for all voiceover needs." ~ David Doerrier, eLearning Voiceover & Development

My e-learning client experience includes narration for companies such as Sanofi, European Wax Center, Lundbeck, Volt, and more.


My turnaround time/ratES...


E-learning projects generally take a bit longer to complete than short-form projects such as explainer videos and commercials, but I will always work with you to set a realistic timeline. As for my rates, I always give a custom quote for every e-learning project based on the GVAA Rate Guide which is the standard guide for professional non-union voice actors in the U.S. and Canada. I also give volume discounts for very large projects with ongoing work.


About the genre...


E-learning, otherwise known as electronic learning, is a type of learning that usually takes the form of online training modules and educational videos.

Some examples of e-learning include:

Corporate Training: A company might use e-learning to train employees on new software, customer service skills, or compliance regulations.


Academic Education: E-learning is often used by schools and institutions of higher learning to supplement classroom instruction.


Professional Development: Business professionals might use e-learning to learn new skills or to stay up to date on the latest industry trends.


Product Assembly: This can come in the form of step-by-step product walk-throughs for things like furniture assembly and setting up complex electronics.

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