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Photography Techniques when Working with Young People – 2 Days
February 22 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm GMT€20 – €30
This two-part online training will be delivered on Monday 22 Feb, 11am-1.30pm and on Monday 01, Mar 11am-1.30pm.
To explore photography as a creative and exciting medium for engaging young people.
This two-part training will develop youth workers’ practical skills in digital photography so that they feel inspired and confident in using photography as a practical and artistic medium with young people. In addition to exploring the context in which photography sits, the course will provide the participants with creative exercises and a structured approach that they can use with young people.
After the final session all participants will receive a course pack containing all the training presentations, exercises and a template for a 6 week workshop plan.
This is a two part training (Feb 22nd & March 1st) and it is required that you are available to attend both sessions.
Maximum 20 participants
22 February @ 11am-1.30pm
01 March @ 11am-1.30pm
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- Provide participants with a range of practical skills to deliver a high-quality photography programme that supports and advances youth work outcomes
- Identifies best practice and approaches when using photography with young people.
- Learning-by-doing approach allows participants to explore the process from participant point of view and deepens learning outcomes
- Provide participants with ideas and resources to assist them in using photography in their youth work practice.
- Create the structure for a 6 week photography programme
- Outline ways to use photography when exploring issues with young people
- Provide technical and practical skills in photography.
- Anyone working with young people in a youth work, youth arts practice, out-of-school or non-formal education setting.
- Aoife Giles, Photographer and Youth Arts Facilitator in association with the National Youth Arts Programme