អត្ថបទនេះមានជាភាសា៖ ខ្មែរDevelopment Innovations offers a hands-on three-day Basic Video Training Course that covers understanding your audience, creating/identifying a message, interview skills, camera operation, and basic video editing. Note: As part of our sustainability plan, Development Innovations is working closely with Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) to transition the delivery of video services. As of October 1, 2017, CCC will lead this course based at Development Innovations. By the end of the training, participants will be able to: Design video concept to tell an effective story Understand the production process from planning, shooting to editing Operate video equipment Use industry-standard software to edit video Produce a high-quality short video from scratch Previous clients gave the course strong reviews. Hear from them below: “Our staff, along with the support from DI, eventually created a 9-minute video documentary featuring the work of volunteers based in the target provinces at incredibly low cost. Secondly, the video had become an effective tool in expanding the public awareness of Youth Star’s program. The video was posted on Youth Star’s website, Facebook and YouTube. The instant benefit from the video was that it help the fund raising campaigned organized in Melbourne from which $3,500 was raised.” Kimlay LEAV, former Communications Officer at Youth Star Cambodia Package Price Exclusive Basic Video Training Duration: Three days (08:00-12:00, 13:30-17:30) Number of participants: Maximum10 people The package includes: Training curriculum Hands-on experience with video equipment One day hands-on field shooting Coffee and refreshments Certificate of completion Training report highlighting detailed activities and performance of participants throughout the course. Booking: Mr. Seang Lida, Video Production Officer | Email: email@example.com | Phone: (010 / 089) 345 081 Want to see proof that this training can work for you? Here is a video created during the training by one of our trainees, Chab Dai, a coalition of anti-trafficking NGOs.