Three webinars – two hours each – 10:30 am to 12:30 pm WST – 8,10, 15 February 2022 This practical training is a stepping stone for further learning and possible employment
Three webinars – two hours each – 10:30 am to 12:30 pm WST – 8,10, 15 February 2022
This practical training is a stepping stone for further learning and possible employment opportunities. You will explore, plan and prepare for an oral history interview. You’ll develop an understanding of the cultural protocols and ethical considerations associated with documenting community histories. And when restrictions are lifted, you’ll have an opportunity to attend a one-day face to face practical recording workshop.
- Three online sessions – 2 hours each – 10.30 – 12.30 (WST)
- Student resources
Course fees: $195 (ex GST) for three sessions
Enquiries and registration contact:
- Elaine Rabbitt – email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 08 9194 9999.
For Elaine Rabbitt oral history training and recording is a key focus and passion. She has recorded and continues to record the stories of people from all walks of life. In addition to working on state and national oral history projects, she has developed the accredited, oral history training materials for AHCILM404 ‘Record and Document Community History’. Elaine is the Training Manager at Goolarri Media Enterprises in Broome, Committee Member of Oral History Australia WA (OHAWA) and President of the Broome
Further workshop planned
Recording workshop (later date TBA):
- 6-hour workshop of practical tips and tasks
- use of professional recording equipment
- individual feedback on your interview practice
- student resources and assessment materials.
Course fee: $195 (ex GST)
8 (tuesday) february, 10hr 30min - 15 (tuesday) february, 12hr 30min(GMT+08:00) View in my time