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Course aims to help e-learning designers create better video
CenREL has launched a two-day training course that aims to help e-learning designers create better instructional video.
The course, which will be offered at several UK locations from the spring, concentrates on how video can contribute to e-learning and what approaches can work in various circumstances.
It is also a 'hands-on', design, shoot and edit skills programme in what the company admits will be an intensive two days.
CenREL says it aims to get delegates to a level where they can confidently create engaging video working as a solo operator using consumer level equipment.
Mike Foren, CenREL director, said: "A modern, inexpensive camcorder is capable of impressive results. It just requires creativity, an understanding of simple principles and the application of a few fail-proof techniques which delegates acquire and practice during the course."
In addition to e-learning designers and managers, CenREL hopes that people who commission e-learning will also come along. They point out that attendees are not expected to have any prior experience in video production.
For more information about the course, visit: www.cenrel.com/html/courses.html
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