Developing Video and Remote Learning Tools for Onsite Training- 3rd & 10th September 2020- 9:30am-1:00pm,
How to Create Training Videos
Developed in Collaboration with :
County Tipperary Skillnet, Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet, Waterford Chamber Skillnet & Wexford Chamber Skillnet and the South East Regional Skills Forum. This course has been developed with Industry as a professional upskilling solution to meet new online social distancing training requirements. This course will help you to plan, present and film video content to meet training development needs within your organisation.
Subsidised cost of €60
The workshop will be delivered through Zoom .
The course will run on the 3rd and 10th September from 9.30am - 1pm.
Participants who fully engage will:
Learn how to plan videos
Gain confidence in filming and presenting content to camera as a key remote learning tool (pre-recorded and live streaming)
Become familiar with editing software and slide design to create machine/equipment video training demonstrations
Build engagement and learning measurement into training plans
Pointers for using training videos for staff induction and step by step machine/equipment will be included.
8 steps to Planning excellent videos
Filming tips and techniques
Video editing demo
Assignment and Q&A
Video editing demo
Delivery live online training - slide design tips
Measuring engagement and understanding
Our trainer for this course is Judie Russell from the Vidacademy.
Judie graduated from University College Cork in 2006 with Masters in Business Economics. Over the next 5 years, she lived and worked in 11 countries. In Costa Rica she worked as video journalist presenting and producing over 100 minutes of video content weekly from live shows to news programmes. On returning to Ireland she directed, produced, presented and edited a magazine show that was broadcast weekly on SKY tv. She edited RTE's longest running hidden camera show "The Fear", and she was part of the small team behind the box office hit "The Young Offenders" - the fastest Irish film to reach the one million mark at the box office in 2015. Judie spoke at MojoCon 2016, the largest mobile journalism conference in the world, about how she turned her passion for storytelling into a mobile video training business and has since trained thousands of professionals in video production. She lectures part-time in a communications module in University College Cork and is a qualified project manager specialising in video with UCC Academy Consultants.