Posted by NFP Workshops
International Development, Advocacy
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.
£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”
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What is Participatory Video?
Participatory Video is a set of techniques to involve a group or community in shaping and creating their own film. The idea behind this is that making a video is easy and accessible, and is a great way of bringing people together to explore issues, voice concerns or simply to be creative and tell stories. This process can be very empowering, enabling a group or community to see improvements and also to communicate their needs and ideas to decision-makers and/or other groups and communities. As such, PV can be a highly effective tool to engage and mobilise people helping them implement their own forms of sustainable development based on local needs.
The inclusion of Non-Violent Communication (NVC) and consensus making processes into our approach helps to foster a safe space for deep sharing between people and our energisers and team building games promote a fun and fully experiential learning environment.
Who is it for?
Old Music Hall, 106-108 Cowley Road, Oxford, South East, OX4 1JEGoogle Map