Simple smartphone video and audio for the web


Simple smartphone video and audio for the web
Event on 2017-09-13 09:30:00
Note: This workshop is full. If you are interested in this workshop, please contact lindsey@thirdsectorlab.co.uk to express your interest. Be Good Be Social may schedule additional training when it is clear that demand is high. Video can bring your charity's stories and events to life. Join our practical workshop to learn the basics of simple video and audio storytelling. We'll look at interview skills, shooting and editing video and how to upload and share your content online – all using the equipment you carry in your pocket. We'll look at tools, techniques, channels and beyond. If you have a smartphone, please bring it with you. This workshop is designed for service managers, communications & marketing professionals and frontline staff/volunteers working within third sector and public sector organisations.  Lunch & refreshments throughout the day are included in the ticket price.  To pay offline using cheque or invoice please click the 'show other payment options' link under the green 'order now' button above OR simply email lindsey@thirdsectorlab.co.uk to book a place.   About the trainer Rosie McIntosh has worked in charity communications for the last decade. She has held senior communications roles at the Mental Welfare Commission, Oxfam, ENABLE Scotland and Mercy Corps as well as with a range of Third Sector Lab clients. Rosie is also the Project Lead for NHS GGC's Mindwaves project. Rosie's focus is on telling stories to achieve social change, whether through traditional media, online or using video and audio.     FAQs What are my transport options getting to the event? Getting to the ALLIANCE Hub By CarFrom the East: Exit the M8 at Junction 18. After 100 metres turn left at the traffic lights onto Sauchiehall Street. After 200 metres take the first road on the right onto Elmbank Street. At the traffic lights turn right onto Bath Street. After 100 metres you will see our offices on the left hand side. From the West: Exit the M8 at Junction 18. Follow the slip road for 400 metres. At traffic lights turn left onto St George’s Road. After 400 metres turn left at the traffic lights and follow the road round onto Sauchiehall Street. After 200 metres take the first road on the right onto Elmbank Street. At the traffic lights turn right onto Bath Street. After 100 metres you will our offices on the left hand side. ParkingThere are usually spaces on Bath Street, on the opposite side of the road from the Venlaw Building. If you have a blue disabled badge you can park there free of charge. There is also a Glasgow City Council run car park on Elmbank Crescent. This has 460 car parking spaces, lifts and blue badge spaces (although payment is required). The rate is for the first three hours 20p/per 10 minutes and thereafter 60p/per 15 minutes (this is subject to change). Please note, there is no parking on Bath Street outside the Venlaw Building. Any vehicles parked here regardless of blue badge status will risk being given a parking ticket. By TrainThe nearest station is Charing Cross, which is less than a minute’s walk from the office. Low level trains run from Glasgow Queen Street to Charing Cross. Charing Cross railway station has ramped access which leads to the the ALLIANCE’ office. By BusThe following bus routes stop very close to the Venlaw Building on Bath Street: 3, 42, 42A, 4, 4A and the 2 travels along St Vincent Street and West George Street (depending on one way system). By BikeThere is a bike rack available outside of the Venlaw Building on Bath Street and across the road from the Venlaw Building. The Venlaw Building management request that cyclists use these bike racks rather than the railings surrounding the property. AccessibilityThe ALLIANCE office is equipped with a wheelchair platform that operates between the main entrance and the ALLIANCE offices. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No. If you've booked in advance, simply turn up.   Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes – if you cannot make it you may transfer the ticket to another colleague within your organisation.   What is the refund policy? Treat it like a cinema ticket – places are non refundable but they are transferable. If a colleague comes on your behalf we're totally fine with that.   Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can email lindsey@thirdsectorlab.co.uk or use the 'contact the organiser' option on this page. Can I pay offline? To pay offline using cheque or invoice please select the payment option required at checkout OR email lindsey@thirdsectorlab.co.uk to book a place quickly and easily. What other digital media workshops do you have available? Social Media Essentials for charities and social enterprises Using Case Studies: telling stories and demonstrating impact Writing for the Web: How to create compelling copy and attract audiences  Getting to most out of Google Analytics, Adwords and Google Grants Email Marketing: Take your newsletters and campaigns to the next level  SEO: Search Engine Optimisation made simple  Hootsuite Hero: Manage and measure all your social media channel Video and multimedia charity annual reports  Simple smartphone video and audio for the web

at The Alliance
Venlaw Building
Glasgow, United Kingdom

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