Video skills training.

In September 2016 we delivered video skills training for a domestic abuse charity. The training was for volunteers who would interview people for one of the charity’s projects, collecting information about responses and attitudes to domestic abuse.

 

The training therefore focused on making high quality videos on a low budget, specifically how to make a good video on a smartphone, and getting a good interview, for example how to make an interviewee feel comfortable in front of a camera.

 

The training was very popular and well attended, and we received a lot of great feedback about the session. Attendees were asked to complete feedback forms – when asked if the training was clear and understandable 100% said yes, and when asked if the Fancy Guppy deliverer (Michaela) was knowledgeable and passionate about the subject matter, again, 100% said yes.

 

Below you can see some of the written feedback:

 

“Precise and easy to understand”

“Really useful tips. Handout written in straightforward language”

“Michaela answers all questions, makes things easier to understand”

“Very informative and helpful”

“Michaela was really easy going and open”

“Michaela definitely seemed knowledgeable”

“Michaela seemed very experienced and also willing to share the information”

“The training session was really informative and I’d love to learn more with Fancy Guppy”

“Brilliant, really educational day!”

“Great session”

If you’d be interested in working with Fancy Guppy on training, get in touch.
FEEDBACK:

“The training session was really informative and I'd love to learn more with Fancy Guppy” “Michaela answers all questions, makes things easier to understand” - Anonymous feedback from training sessions

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