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Learn how to make professional quality Video for the web using your iphone or ipad with our iphone Video production training course

Film and edit video on your iPhone & iPad

Video on the web and social media is an increasingly essential PR tool with a wide range of applications, from staff training and stakeholder relations to reputation and crisis management.

Research shows that video content on a website attracts a 40% higher click-through rate than plain text, and 3x as many links.

Not every organisation can afford the services of a professional production company, or the time and money needed to train and equip in-house staff.  

Happily, there’s a cost-efficient alternative - and it’s sitting in your coat pocket or bag! You can now shoot, edit and upload quality video with your mobile phone.

Our comprehensive one day training course, led by a former BBC videographer, will show your delegates how to produce video that looks and sounds professional using just an iPhone or iPad and a few inexpensive accessories.

iPhone & iPad video skills course programme

The course will provide all the skills and knowledge delegates need to get started. Subjects covered on our Video Skills course include:

  • Equipment for shooting video using an iPhone or iPad
  • Planning a video campaign
  • Video Shooting techniques using an iPhone or iPad
  • Lighting & sound considerations for your video shoot
  • Editing your video
  • Uploading your video to the web from iPhone or iPad
  • Search engine optimisation for the video you have created

A large part of the training is hands-on, putting learning points into their practical context.

What do you need?

All the equipment you need on the course will be provided. However, if you have your own ‘ear bud’ headphones please bring them as we do not supply these for hygiene reasons.      

Who should attend iPhone & iPad video training?

Mobile video journalism, or “mojo”, is ideal for those on a low budget, who need to travel light or who need to generate video coverage against the clock. Charity workers, press officers, event organisers, field operatives, engineers and others working in remote locations and crisis managers are just a few of those who would benefit. No prior experience or knowledge is required. If you can use your phone you can produce quality video!

Video course outcomes

Delegates will leave the course with the practical skills and knowledge they need to shoot video, edit it and upload to the web using a mobile device.

Email us at about iPhone video training or call us now on 01206 841933 to find out how Mosaic's course can get your vision shared.

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Meet your media trainers for our Video skills for iPhone & iPad *New!* course

Expert media trainer John Whyte-Venables from Mosaic Media Training

John Whyte-Venables

John Whyte-Venables is a professional journalist and trainer with 30 years in the media.  As a former BBC radio, television and online reporter there isn't much John doesn't know about how the press and broadcasters work, and he is never happier than when passing his knowledge on.  John is a highly experienced media trainer and has run many hundreds of video production and broadcast skills courses for a wide range of blue-chip clients, including government ministers and senior press officers, the University of Cambridge and the Environment Agency. He is also the author of four books about the media.

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