Anybody can be an Ace Reporter. It’s all about Inclusivity. Everyones story deserves to be told and we believe it is far more powerful if the stories are told by those that live it. We particularly work with people who may have been alienated by society. People who just want to be included.
There are many reasons to take part in the Ace Reporter project:
- Encouraging your creativity
- Building your technical skills
- Learn how to plan, research and produce
- The opportunity to build social & team building skills
- Growth in confidence, and self belief
Not only do our attendees get a boost in their confidence and self belief but they also learn valuable skills that could make them more employable.
The aim of the Ace Reporters project is to give young, vulnerable and alienated people the opportunity to learn skills that will enable them to produce high quality video content that they can call their own. Viewhear CIC draws on our years of experience to pass on the skills and tips that will take your videos to the next level. Using available technology plus our many years of professional experience we enable the Ace Reporters to become self sufficient creators & story tellers, creating their own dynamic, creative and effective stories. Viewhear CIC has delivered video production media training to various groups including: PMG (Plymouth Manufacturers Group), National Marine Aquarium, Rotary Video Club, SOPD Special Olympics Plymouth & District, Barefoot Youth organisation, and many others across the city of Plymouth. The training comes in modules and can be scaled up or down, and adapted to suit the clients requirements & specific needs. The training can be delivered to a group, a couple of people or even an individual.