Schools & Young People
We are experts in training young people of all abilities in formal, alternative and informal educational settings. Clients include the London Borough of Tower Hamlets where we trained pupils at five primary schools, a year-long course at Chiltern Skills and Enterprise Centre, internship and youth leadership programmes at The Rank Foundation and an ongoing partnership with The Prince’s Trust delivering film, digital and social media courses. Our training team has worked with over 50 youth groups across the UK. We also train young people with physical, learning and behavioural difficulties.
We are currently running free digital skills course in partnership with Islington Council. Click here for more information .
VividEcho have delivered inspiring and fantastic ‘Get Started with Film’ programmes with us. The support and instruction from the tutors was professional, engaging and led to 28 young people learning new skills in film and editing whilst also improving their personal and social development. I would highly recommend VividEcho and look forward to working with them again soon.
Francesca Grant, Programme Executive – Get Started, The Prince’s Trust
Our training meets learning objectives, enhances lesson plans and builds skills. We can deliver to a class of 30 or smaller groups. We have trained ages from 5 to 25 in schools and informal settings.
- To research and develop a film idea.
- To learn good production technique.
- To plan and film ready for editing.
- To edit the film.
- To enhance literacy and numeracy skills
Listening and observing.
Planning (creative development, storyboards, shot lists, scripts).
Camera skills (we use a wide range of cameras and smartphones)
Presenting the film to an audience.
Our trainers are Arts Award accredited, DBS checked and have first aid training.
“The Time to Shine intern programme has used the team at Vividecho for all the launch conference events where the interns meet for the first time. They are a brilliant training team, full of expertise, enthusiasm and energy which rubs off on those being trained.
It works for our event on three levels:
- Great training which really engages people;
- A bonding exercise quickly breaking down barriers;
- A promotional video of our work.”
Helen Stockdale, the Rank Foundation
The Prince’s Trust
The British Film Institute
The Rank Foundation
Shapla Primary School
Harry Gosling Primary School
Mulberry School for Girls
Bigland Green Primary School
St. Paul’s Primary School
Chiltern Skills and Enterprise Centre