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Film Training Registration

We are pleased to be able to offer this training course a second time.

Please fill in the registration of interest form to reserve your free space. 

 

We're looking for educators with an interest in climate action to attend a free training course with an experienced film trainer.

 

This film-making training is a four week online programme, equivalent to 12 hours of CPD, and is part of the Youth Climate Film Project, delivered by Keep Scotland Beautiful and funded by Screen Scotland.

 

Everyone who attends will be equipped with the skills and expertise to help young people create engaging 90 second films on climate change using smartphones or tablets/IPads and simple editing software.

 

You will be committing to attending four sessions delivered remotely over 4 weeks (with catch up sessions available if needed) and creating a short film on climate change with your pupils. You will need access to a smartphone or tablet/ipad. an IOS or Android smartphone or tablet. However, if you do not have such access and would like to participate, please let us know. 

 

The films created will be shared in a special showcase event Film Festival designed to amplify young people’s voices and views concerning climate change as we approach the critically important COP26 in Glasgow.

 

Films by young people 11 years and over will also be eligible for submission for the Young Reporters for the Environment competition.  

 

There are three times offered:

Group G: Tuesdays 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th September 19:00-21:00

Group H: Mondays 13th, 20th, 27th September and 4th October 16:00-18:00

Group I: Mondays 13th, 20th, 27th September and 4th October 19:00-21:00

 

There are a limited number of places available, and we expect them to fill quickly, so please let us know you are interested using the form below by Thursday 2nd September.

Please choose which session you would like to attend.



Please help us provide the best training possible by letting us know what your role is in school. If secondary - which subject do you teach?
Tell us why you want to take part in the project and how you hope it will support your pupils’ learning (approx 100 words).

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