PhotoVoice’s Introductory Training SIDA April 2021

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Please use the “Add to Cart” feature below and then ‘check out’ to register for the PhotoVoice online training organised by Scotland’s International Development Alliance. Once you have registered you will receive an email with your course account details. 

This is the online adaptation of our introductory 1-day training which will be run over two live sessions, on two consecutive days.

The Training Curriculum will cover the following:

  • Photography as a participatory medium
  • Introducing Visual Literacy
  • Photo dialogues
  • Using the cameras
  • Working with text
  • Risk, copyright, and informed consent

Training Dates: 14th and 15th April

Live Session Times: 9:30am – 1:30pm GMT (including 3 10 minute breaks)
Maximum number of participants: 9

Independent Learning: There will be a short independent learning activity and video in-between the two live sessions which will take you around 45 minutes to complete.

Training requirements:

Availability to attend both live sessions in full
Internet connection
Computer with webcam and microphone capability for live sessions
Zoom software/app
Cameraphone for taking and sharing photos

Due to the interactive nature of the course, during the Zoom live sessions you would be expected to have your cameras on at all times.

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The course covers

  • What is participatory photography?
  • Photography as a participatory medium
  • Visual literacy
  • Workshop and project design practicalities
  • Facilitation skills
  • Ethics, informed consent and copyright
  • Understanding and working with risk
  • Creating a safe space
  • Working with text
  • Participatory editing

Course Content

The adapted online comprehensive course if the equivalent of our standard 3-day course which provides a comprehensive introduction to understanding, designing, managing and facilitating a participatory photography project. The course covers key aspects of participatory photography including practicalities, methodologies, ethics, participatory tools, facilitation and participatory frameworks.

The course will be delived over 3 online zoom sessions which will take place within a one week period. The training will also incorporate independent learning in between each live session.

The course is suitable for a wide range of participants interested in social change and photography or digital media including: photographers, visual practitioners, voluntary sector and NGO staff, campaigners, statutory sector workers, researchers and academics.

Price Options

PhotoVoice Individual Supporters – £425
PhotoVoice supporters receive discounts to all training courses. Find out how to become a supporter here. Discounted rates are only available for those attending the training in an individual capacity. They are not available for invoiced payments or those attending through payments made by organisations on their behalf.

PhotoVoice Organisation Supporters – £425
PhotoVoice offers an Organisation Supporter scheme, which provides discounts for training and events for a select number of staff. Find out how to be an organisational supporter here.

Standard Rate – £625
Standard 1 day training rate for organisations or individuals who are not part of the supporter scheme.

PhotoVoice also can provide 1 day training in institutions or organisations globally. More information can be found here.

Testimonials

“The facilitation was excellent, and ‘led by example’ in terms of showing how a really good project could be run.”
Nov 2017

“Very interesting workshop with very interesting people. I would suggest to my university to organise such workshops with PhotoVoice.”
May 2017

“A great course that really highlighted what participatory photography is and consistently came back to the core principles. Great facilatation and working with the group to identify what the needs and interest were and to tailor these to meet the expectations of the group.”
Jul 2017

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