Pam Relton Training and Creative Skillset are pleased to invite applications for a new three day Digital Media Production course to be held in Birmingham during November/December2015. Course applicants will also receive additional masterclasses in generating ideas, copyright, and investigative research on the net. The course combines professional production research skills with the art of digital storytelling and making content for multi-platforms.
What the course includes – • A strong practical element that covers the capture of content using a variety of media • Digital storytelling • Best use of online and offline research sources • Getting your facts straight • Casting contributors • Interviewing techniques • Copyright and editorial compliance
Who’s it for? Anyone who is already making digital video or film content but wants to acquire professional production skills, fine-tune their ability to spot and tell a good story and develop under-pinning knowledge of copyright and editorial compliance. Also useful for aspiring and existing TV researchers.
The tutors – Pam Relton is an experienced media trainer who specializes in creativity and TV researcher courses. She works with the BBC Academy, ITV, the Indie Training Fund and leading independent TV companies such as Endemol and Tiger Aspect. Pip Piper is an experienced, Midlands-based independent film-maker. Masterclasses are to be delivered by Paul Myers, the BBC’s internet guru and Fiona Nerberg, a leading copyright expert.
Cost – £225 for 3 full days’ training with additional masterclasses. This is a special one-off price and represents incredible value.
This project has been partly supported by HM Government with Employer Ownership funding.
The course is supported by the BBC Academy.
The course is for people already making digital video or film content but who want to acquire professional production skills, understand the importance of story structure to connect to audiences and develop under-pinning knowledge of copyright and editorial rules.
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