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Who should Attend?
Video is one of the most popular ways to deliver and consume content on the internet. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube all encourage people to watch and share short videos and messages.
It’s no secret video and visuals are important to audiences therefore key staff members such as internal trainers, media and communications officers, instructional designers, can all learn how to create engaging and/or engaging videos as part of extending council messages internally and externally to the public.
- How to design and prepare a video
- What equipment is required
- Script writing and story boarding
- Recording and editing
- Review and iterate
- Produce, host, and distribute.
Short Course details
|Short Course Topics|
|What is an instruction or corporate video?|
|Common mistakes people make when creating video|
|How to create a training video with a camera|
|The true cost of making tutorial, training, and explainer videos|
|Creating your very own 2-minute video.|
|Our training course provides participants with an interactive session that includes group discussions, case studies, and question and answer sessions. Customisation is available and based on individual council requirements.|
|Duration & location|
|Peak Services delivers Virtual or Instructor-led training workshops inhouse at your venue.|
|Please contact Peak Services for course fees or a proposal for on-site/in-house training.|