Charity and community projects
If you are applying for funding as a charity or as a start up business its all about making an great impression and doing it better than your competition. Video will do that.
Why tell them when you can show them how great you are and why you should be awarded the funding?
- Show them your idea
- Show them how the funding will help
- Show them what you have achieved
To the right is a video we recently made for a charity funding bid. They got the funding!
As a result we produced a FREE course for small charities in a big digital world.
He has produced a wonderful video that shows the benefits Our Space project has had for some people.
The video amazingly brings alive the essence needed for our community grant application, by bringing alive our passion for outdoor work, working with nature, supporting one another, building a community etc. ”
There was no build-up of butterflies in my stomach of nervous as John was easy going and relaxed.
There was no expectations which is good as there is in lots of things in life, like exams.
If you are being watched it can be stressful but with John it was chilled out. I feel more confident in myself to do this again in the future now”
We have produced videos for the NHS and other healthcare organisations. This is a great example of our belief in action.
“Why does learning have to expand to fit the time allotted to it?”
Watch the video to see the outcome of one of our projects for the NHS.
The real skill with making video is not taking the pictures but editing it all together. Ben, in this video, took our course that shows business how to do it using just a smart phone.
He uploaded his video part and we did the rest. See how it was done here.
Moral of this story is Ben had spent a considerable amount of money on advertising with little result. This video opened doors to new clients almost instantly. Simple reason.
It’s a good story, well told.
When you can see the business owner, hear the story and see the product you have a very powerful business tool.
InterCity RailFreight use existing passenger trains to move high value items around the UK. Clever idea!
But how do you train staff regardless of location, keep that learning up to date and supply a full audit trail for the regulatory authority.
You guessed it
Who says learning cant be fun?
These are the outtakes of a days filming for the industry recognised WorlHost Customer Service Course we produced.
It’s not as scary as you might think!