Alongside our usual sessions in London, we recently ran an extremely successful video production course for anthropologists and social researchers at the University of Edinburgh – and then another session shortly afterwards for media students at Birkbeck, University of London.
The good news is, we are now taking bookings again for the new academic year!
We can run bespoke short courses for academics (students and staff) on location at universities and institutes anywhere in the country, where a group of between 4 and 20 people want to learn how to use video for fieldwork.
Over the years, we have trained hundreds of students and we continue to receive excellent feedback after every session.
Our hands on approach equips students with the ability and confidence to go out and shoot on their own after our training.
Our courses are flexible and can be easily tailored to your needs. We can arrange anything from a one day introduction to video production or editing techniques, to a full three or four days of training covering the entire filmmaking process from start to finish.
We can also offer training in participatory video techniques.
More information on our bespoke courses can be found here: www.spectacle.co.uk/training/bespoke-group
We also run weekend courses for individuals at our premises in London, with the next one scheduled for 23-24 September.
Many academics have taken and enjoyed our courses, and you can see feedback here: http://www.spectacle.co.uk/training/testimonials/