About the training
The film-making training for youth workers takes place via weekly online webinars and activities. Further commitment is required to help young people make and screen their climate change films.
To register for a space on the film-making training you must be a youth worker and have completed or registered for the Climate Emergency Training for Youth Workers course or equivalent training.
Stage 1: The Training
The course includes four 90-minute live webinars, delivered by an experienced film educator. An additional time commitment of up to six hours spread over the four weeks is required to complete further online activities and additional reading.
Stage 2: The Films
Following the training, you will work with young people in your youth work setting to create one or more 90 second films exploring the issue of climate change from a young person’s perspective. The film educators will be on hand to help you put your learning into practice.
Stage 3: Dialogue
Once the young people you work with have created their films you will support them to host a screening event (virtual or physical) with local influencers, decision-makers and the wider local community to discuss the issues raised in the films.
Keep Scotland Beautiful and Screen Scotland will also host the films on their digital platforms and promote and share the films widely.
How do I register?
If you have completed, or registered for the Climate Emergency Training for Youth Workers course or an equivalent, you are eligible to register for the film-making training.
We expect the film-making training to be over-subscribed, so please only register if you can commit to attending all four training webinars, the weekly activities and supporting the young people you work with to make and screen their films.
The same training course will be repeated six times over the next three months. If you cannot commit to the times of the courses currently advertised, please wait for further training times to be released.
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