Learn how to plan and deliver a live remote workshop using Zoom.
A two-hour Zoom workshop with an additional 40 minutes of remote one-to-one support for each participant.
- Plan and structure your workshop content to deliver simple, varied, and engaging sessions
- Build your camera, simple lighting, and sound skills to create a better audio-visual experience for participants
- Develop your confidence in front of the camera
- Explore the options Zoom offers and ways to use them
To participate, and to deliver your own workshop, you’ll need a computer or mobile device that you can make a Zoom video call on.
After booking the course we will be in touch with the following questions:
What equipment do you currently have?
Smart phone (make and model)
Tablet (make and model)
Desktop / laptop (make and model)
Webcam (make and model)
Microphone (what type?)
Earphones with attached microphone
Case or holder to help position your mobile device
Other useful kit
Please tell us about the workshops you’re delivering or would like to deliver.
Please tell us about your experience of filming yourself and/or your workshops.
What are you hoping to learn from the sessions?
Availability for remote one-to-one support Zoom calls
A 40-minute session for each participant will be scheduled across the following slots. Please let us know any times you are NOT available.
Wednesday 25th November: 2.30pm 3.45pm 5pm
Thursday 26th November: 9.30am 10.45am 12 noon
Friday 27th November: 2pm 3.15pm 4.30pm
Monday 30th November: 9.30am, 10.45am 12 noon
These sessions are an opportunity to ask questions about your equipment and workflow and/or a specific project. We’ll ask you to email questions in advance of your one-to-one session — at least a day before — so that we can prepare for the call and make the best use of your time.
We want to make this training as accessible as we can. Is there anything we need to know to help with this?
If so, it would be really useful if we can have a chat before the sessions. Please let us know the best way to get in touch.
About the workshop leaders
Nick (she/her) and Mike (he/him) are award-winning filmmakers. Their work has screened at international festivals and been broadcast on TV.
They’ve delivered diverse commissions for local and national charities, museums, and arts, community, and heritage organisations, to help them share their stories, raise awareness, and promote inspiring projects.
They deliver workshops and projects on every aspect of the filmmaking process, from introductory-level to advanced, and they offer bespoke training and support. In the last few months they’ve been working with individuals and organisations to help them develop their own filmmaking, and digital media skills, via remote Zoom workshops.