Participatory Video Facilitation Course

International Development, Advocacy

Start date

07/09/2020

End date

12/09/2020

Overview

This intensive and rigorous 6-day course will cover everything you need to know to design and facilitate your first participatory video projects. Our trainings are designed around principles of experiential learning: employing a wide range of techniques that enhance creativity, sharing, reflection and learning. During the course, you will have the opportunaity to experience, explore and practice a wide range of games and group exercises. The course includes sessions that focus on developing basic technical editing skills as well as sessions that address the unique approaches to editing within the context of participatory video projects. Although knowledge of digital editing will be helpful, the course is suitable for trainees with little or no prior experience of computer‐based editing.

Who is it for?

  • Project managers and other staff responsible for project delivery
  • Community workers and development practitioners
  • Volunteers and activists
  • Anyone who seeks ways of strengthening the capacity of groups to mobilise themselves or influence decision making processes to achieve positive changes in their lives and environments

Course Price

£1,200* including: – Vegetarian buffet for lunch – Online follow-up session on project design and management – Copy of our popular handbook “Insights into participatory video: Insights into Participatory Video” * See special offers below * We do offer a limited number of discounted places for those who really cannot afford to take part at the full price. Get in touch to find out more.

Special Offers

Don’t miss out on our Special Offers:

  • Book with a friend or colleague and receive a 15% discount off both bookings.
  • Charity Rates: £1750 for 2 people to attend the Participatory Video Facilitation course if they are from an eligible non-profit.
  • Charity Rates: £1750 for 1 person to attend both the Participatory Video Facilitation course and the Participatory Video and Most Significant Change course if they are from an eligible non-profit.

What you will learn

  • Experience a complete participatory video process
  • Develop technical and storytelling skills
  • Learn methods for participatory video planning, shooting, editing and screening events
  • Explore exercises for topic exploration, prioritisation and analysis
  • Practice and enhance your facilitation skills
  • Discuss the most common ethical challenges in participatory video projects
  • Extend your toolbox of ice-breaker, energiser and evaluation exercises
  • Gain valuable insights into the most common PV applications through case studies
  • Receive guidance on key project management issues around equipment purchasing, participant selection, safety, consent, intellectual property and video dissemination
  • Develop your first PV project design plan
  • Receive advice from our experienced trainers during the course as well as during a 1.5hr online meet-up that will focus on project design and management

Where

Venue

The Old Music Hall, 106-108 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1JE, UK, South East

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