Digital Research and Production

Where: BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham, B1 1RE

When: 28 November 2015 9:00am to 30 November 2015 5:00pm

Come and learn how to develop your ideas, tell great stories, make your own digital content and be internet savvy.

Pam Relton Training and Creative Skillset are pleased to invite applications for a new three day Digital Research and Production course to be held in Birmingham during November/December 2015.  

This course will help you to -

  • Spot and tell a great story
  • Find great contributors to help you tell your story
  • understand the basics of copyright, legal and editorial issues
  • get your facts straight using online and offline research sources  with BBC, world-renowned internet expert Paul Myers
  • raise funding to make your own content for multi-platforms

Dates are as follows and the venue is the BBC Mailbox – 28th, 29th, 30th November – 3 full days, Friday 11th or Saturday 12th tbc – masterclasses

The tutors  - Pam Relton is an experienced media trainer who specializes in creativity and TV researcher courses.  She works with the BBC Academy,  ITV, the Indie Training Fund and leading independent TV companies such as Endemol and Tiger Aspect.  Pip Piper is an experienced, Midlands-based independent film-maker.  Masterclasses are to be delivered by Paul Myers, the BBC’s internet guru and Fiona Nerberg, a leading copyright expert.

Cost - £225 for 3 full days’ training with additional masterclasses.  This is a special one-off price and represents incredible value. 

This project has been partly supported by HM Government with Employer Ownership funding.

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Entry Cost: £225 for 3 full days training with additional masterclasses

Posted by: Pamela Relton | 10-11-2015

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