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ADI - Success with Video

Following the hugely successful workshop in Milton Keynes in February 2017, "ADI-Success With Video" will shortly be touring the country.

Scroll down to read more about the event.

Free registration and locations - click here 

Learn:

Why video is vital for your business

How to create professional looking video

How to keep costs to a minimum

Want to know what previous delegates think? Click here to find out 
Overview:
"ADI-Success With Video" is a one or two day highly interactive course for ADI's and driving schools who have little knowledge of how to create professional looking videos on a budget.
Delegates learn about basic equipment and the process of creating gripping videos using their  own imagination. Unlike most ADI courses, much of the learning takes place by hands on experience. It's fun and stimulating.
The two day course allows time for delegates to film their own promotion video and get into the detail of creative editing.
Key Presenter:
Paul Bessell
 
Paul has over  20 years experience in creating video both in entertainment and for the driving tuition industry. 10 years ago he created a website for his driving school and was ahead of the game in using video to promote his business and as a tuition aid. In a short time he had over 4,500 followers, transformed his business and was able to charge the very highest rates. Today he owns and runs ADI-Videos.co.uk.
Outline Agenda (subject to alteration) - one day course

Morning

 

09.00         Meet and coffee.

09.15          Introductions and ground rules.

09.30         WHY do we need video?

10.15         Equipment on a small budget and how to use it.

11.00        Coffee Break

11.15        The importance of planning and how to do it

12.00        Writing a knockout script.

 

Lunch approximately 1pm - write your own script over lunch

 

 

Afternoon

 

2.00        Now the fun begins! Script analysis and voice overs.

3.00        Using your script for shot planning

3.30        Coffee Break

3.45        Editing

4.45        Closing conclusions

5.00        Finish    

 

 

What you will need to bring:

 

Nothing! Just a willingness to make the most of the day. There are interactive elements to the day but if you do not wish to participate in those, that’s fine. However, if you have equipment you wish to bring and discuss, please feel free to do so.

Outline Agenda (subject to alteration) - two day course

Day 1

 

Morning

 

09.00        Meet and coffee.

09.15        Introductions and ground rules.

09.30        WHY do we need video?

10.15        Equipment on a small budget and how to use it.

11.00        Coffee Break

11.15        The importance of planning and how to do it

12.00        Writing a knockout script.

 

Lunch approximately 1pm - write your own script over lunch

 

 

Afternoon

 

2.00        Now the fun begins! Script analysis and voice overs.

3.00        Using your script for shot planning

3.30        Coffee Break

3.45        Filming discussion for the following day

4.45        Closing conclusions

5.00        Finish    

 

Delegates will spend the evening planning and organising their shooting schedule for the next day.

Day 2

Morning

09.00       The whole morning is spent on location filming. (Outside - weather permitting).

12.00       Return to hotel to download results.

Lunch approximately 1pm.

2.00         The afternoon is spend editing and discussing ideas of how to get the best video from the material filmed in the morning.

5.00         Finish.

 

What you will need to bring:

 

Delegates will need to bring a camera. This can be any type, even a smart phone will suffice.

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