Creating video for online

We’ve all had to change the way we work recently, and for many of us, that means shifting online. It’s a learning curve for us all, but there are some tips and tricks you can use to make the most out of the equipment and resources you have at home.

I’m hosting a one day workshop with Julian Freeman from Stars of Wellbeing to help you overcome all those obstacles.

Over the course of the day, you’ll learn:

How to decide what to talk about

The words that represent you best

How to film on your smartphone

What filming style suits you and your organisation

How to edit and finalise your video

In the morning, I’ll help you to think about Public Relations for your organisation, from building relationships with stakeholders to defining your style, as well as practical tips for press and social media.

You and the rest of the group will have a task to work on for the rest of the morning to help you prepare for the afternoon.

In the afternoon session, you’ll spend time with Julian. He’ll take you through how to make a video suitable for social media using your smartphone and apps.

Then you have the chance to play, with support from us both as and when you need it.

By the end of the day, we hope you will have found the words and style that you feel represent you best to a wider audience, plus you should have your first films and messages to promote the work you do, and the skills and confidence to create even more!

This event is free for PSEN members and just £10 for anyone else, and will be held via Zoom. 

This event is supported by Plymouth Social Enterprise Network. You can book your ticket below, or visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/create-a-video-to-share-online-tickets-102966260858

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