Videos have become part of our everyday life and in the professional world, are an incredibly useful tool to tell a story, promote a project and share ideas with others in your community.
But where do you even get started on creating an impactful video that will capture an audience?
In this webinar, we’ll take you through the whole process, from planning to shooting, editing and sharing. Along the way, we’ll provide you with tips and resources so that you can have a go independently with your phone or your webcam.
With those newly gained storytelling and content creation skills, the possibilities are endless!
The webinar will be delivered by freelance strategist Rob Wagstaff.
About Rob: Rob has over a decade of experience with all aspects of video in Cambridgeshire, from live-streaming events for small Cambridge startups to editing internal video for M&S. Rob has a wide understanding of video from pre to post-production. Currently working as a freelance content strategist, he helps startups excite customers with graphic design and video content.
Who is this event for?
We welcome early-career individuals from a variety of backgrounds including research, agronomy, engineering, consultancy, farming and tech development.
Whether you’ve recently graduated, are at the beginning of your professional career or are embarking on graduate/further education studies, come and learn how you can create a compelling and professional video that will make you stand out.
Why should I attend?
By coming along to this ECIF webinar, you will:
- Explore how you can plan and create a story in a professional context
- Become familiar with tools and apps to shoot and edit a video
- Learn about different ways to effectively share videos
This event is open to all Early-Career individuals.
Or, did you know, you can earn two ECIF points for participating! Through participating in our ECIF point-based programme, you can work towards certificates of participation to showcase your newly gained knowledge and skills to the wider industry. Visit our website to find out more and join the Programme.
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