OnTrackMedia is looking for NGO people interested in Video Training

posted 19 Oct 2011, 04:25 by Evelina Simanjutak   [ updated 29 Nov 2011, 02:53 ]

We have been approached to run a workshop to train NGOs how to film and edit so they can use these skills for project documentation and enhanced public awareness raising. To keep the costs low, we are trying to increase the number of participants. We are therefore offering extra places starting at just 2.5 MILLION for each participant for the FIVE day course. Participants will learn how to film simple sequences up to professional standards. They will also learn basic editing so they can assemble the pictures into small videos or features. You should bring your own video camera and laptop for editing. If you do not have your own equipment, we can hire it for you at an additional cost. This course is ideal for anyone who wants to provide video documentation of project goals and successes to funders or illustrate project methodology. It can also be used to add video to social media sites such as YouTube or websites to raise public awareness or promote important messages. The workshop will be conducted on mid of January. Depending on response, OTMI is happy to lay on further courses. The workshops can be held in BAHASA INDONESIA or ENGLISH. For further information please click here