We can provide a bespoke training package to meet the exact needs of your company. All courses are delivered by our team of tutors who are industry professionals. Training can be delivered online, in-house at your workplace or at the Film Oxford Studio and could consist of:
- Camera skills, lighting tehniques and sound recording.
- Editing software; DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro
- Exporting and uploading to social media.
- Live streaming.
- Filmmaking and edit techniques.
- Advice on equipment purchases.
For more information and to discuss your requirements, contact Nicola Josse. firstname.lastname@example.org
Modern Art Oxford, Oxford University Press, Brookes University, Oxfordshire Theatre Makers, NHS, London Business School, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, Story Museum, OXFAM, Royal Household, Charity Mentors, Ruskin College, and 5M Publishing.
Kind words from our clients..
‘Thank you so much for running a great course this week. We learned a lot and you did a great job of covering the basics, the more advanced aspects and answering everyone’s questions. Would you be able to run it again?’
Samuel Henry, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, May 2021
‘The bespoke online training from Film Oxford gave our team clear instructions to create more successful film content in-house. We look forward to booking another session soon.’
Andrée Latham- Curator, Digital Content, Modern Art Oxford, January 2021.
‘The tutor was really clear and expressed everything in such a useful way. I feel genuinely more confident about lighting/sound and editing than I did before it. Do pass on to her how brilliant it was.‘
Celcila, Volunteer at Modern Art Oxford. Jan 2021
‘The team at Film Oxford provided a fantastic service. The 3-day production course is a really insightful introduction to all stages of producing films. The facilities, equipment and skills of the trainer were excellent. The course was really well-paced and we learnt a huge amount in just 3 days.’ Carole Edwards, Head of Media, ELT Design. 2019
See the film made by Oxford University Press on their 3-day bespoke production course in 2019.