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WinCAM: Courses & training opportunities for Fall 2023

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 Winchester Community Access & Media is Winchester resource for all things community media, including accessible education opportunities. Featured below are some of our current training offerings:

 Sports Broadcasting Course with the Winchester Rec Department

 Join WinCAM’s expert instructors for a three-session, intensive sports broadcasting course, designed to get you up to speed with all facets of multi-camera, live productions. 

 You’ll learn camera shooting techniques, graphics generation, sound mixing, and the fundamentals of streaming live video. You’ll also have the opportunity to put these skills to the test, working on a WinCAM crew for a live high school sports event.

Each course is limited to 4 students ages 12-18 priced at $35 for all three classes. 

The price includes a year membership to WinCAM and access to our equipment, facilities and training. 

For more information on the course, get in touch with kaylaa@wincam.org and to sign up, visit winchesterma.myrec.com/info/activities

 Intro to Video Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro

 Sign up for WinCAM’s intensive course, “Intro to Video Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro.” This five session, one-on-one or small group course offers individualized instruction with this industry standard video editing software. 

 Complete it in one week or spread the 60-90 minute sessions across multiple weeks. You’ll learn all the necessary skills to get started and leave having completed a polished edit. 

 This course is offered throughout the year for $325 for all five sessions and includes a one-year membership to WinCAM. Scholarships are available.

For more details, visit wincam.org/adobe or get in touch with kaylaa@wincam.org

WinCAM’s Core Workshops:

In addition to the two previous courses, WinCAM has general training opportunities at no additional cost to members (see membership breakdown). These are 60-90 minute sessions meant to familiarize members with how to use the equipment and facilities available at WinCAM. Browse all training opportunities at wincam.org/core-workshops

Membership Breakdown:

Individual memberships are $25 a year, students and seniors are $10, family memberships are $45, organizations are $100, while non-profit membership is $50 a year.

 List of Core Workshops:

  • FLD 101: INTRODUCTION TO FIELD PRODUCTION
  • FLD 102: INTRODUCTION TO CANON EOS 70D DSLR BASICS
  • STU 101: INTRODUCTION TO STUDIO PRODUCTION
  • STU 102: INTRODUCTION TO STUDIO B
  • STU 103: PODCASTING BASICS
  • STU 201: ADVANCED STUDIO PRODUCTION
  • EDT 101: BASIC EDITING WITH FINAL CUT PRO X
  • EDT 201: ADVANCED EDITING WITH FINAL CUT PRO X

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