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Video filming training for charities and businesses

By Liz Nicholls

Want to make polished, professional videos for your charity or business website but don’t even know how to switch on a camcorder? Then the KM Charity Team is here to help.

The KM Charity Team is offering video training to charities and businesses.
The KM Charity Team is offering video training to charities and businesses.

The team's media experts are inviting video virgins to a training course next month which will cover the basics of filming - and set them on the path to audiovisual achievement.

Chief executive Simon Dolby, who has been making videos for the KM Charity Team and other good causes for years, will be taking the session, which will cover video camera basics, video content and props. Delegates will use professional equipment provided during the session to ensure they get plenty of practice.

“Videos are fast becoming the most important way of communicating with your customers and beneficiaries online and through social media,” Mr Dolby said.

“People often think it looks very difficult, but it really isn’t. Anyone can learn to do it – you just need to be given the knowledge.

“We only accept four people at a time onto the course so that everyone can get lots out of it and have ample opportunity to practise, ask questions and get what they want from the session.

“If you find the course helpful, we also run a follow-up session on video editing, which teaches you how to perfect your video and get it online.”

The course will take place on Tuesday, March 6 from 9.30am to 12.30pm at the KM Charity Team offices at 10 Estuary View, Whitstable.

There will be tea and coffee beforehand from 9am and a sandwich platter lunch afterwards. All equipment will be provided.

To save £15 on your place, visit www.kmcharityteam.co.uk/training/ and enter the discount code KMNEWS18.

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