Professional Video, Positive Impact
Start date: Aug 1, 2015,
End date: Jun 30, 2016
The project 'Professional Video Positive Impact' was a training course financed by the European Commission through Erasmus+ which took place in Bradford, United Kingdom. The six countries participating in the project were represented by NGOs and informal groups from Bulgaria, Finland, Romania, Spain, Ukraine and the UK.
The project involved 27 young people, youth workers, NGO staff, trainers and representatives from our project partners. The main purpose of 'Professional Video Positive Impact' was to develop the video-making and marketing competences of youth workers and young people.
To reach this purpose, we had the following objectives:
#1: During the training course, participants will improve their knowledge of creating a story, of filming efficiently and of utilising media channels effectively.
#2: During the training course, participants will improve their skills in filming, editing and publishing videos online.
#3: After the training course, participants will be more confident in their abilities, they will want to make a positive change in their NGOs and communities and will have developed their empathy towards disadvantaged people and be more culturally aware.
The participants attended training sessions built around non-formal education methods. This begun at the preparation stage of the project and continued through the implementation phase to the evaluation and follow-up. The project took place between August 2015 and July 2016.
During the project's major activity we worked with 6 charities and NGOs from the Bradford area. Our participants used the knowledge and skills they learned to produce promotional videos for these organisations.
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