Make your own videos with your own device - Baz Caitcheon

 Registration is closed for this event

Kia ora and welcome!


This webinar is delivered in two parts with advisory support between 
Part 1: Tuesday 29 September 10.30am -12.30pm
Part 2: Tuesday 6 October 10am -11.30am

NB: Before Part 1 and between Part 1 and Part 2 participants will be given video shooting tasks/exercises to familiarise themselves with their own device. 

This training will skill people to tell their own video stories using their own iPhone or iPad, Android phone or tablet and then upload them to the web. 

You will improve your digital literacy and learn how to shoot, cut and publish a short video from your own device.

This workshop is geared towards those with some knowledge of how to get the best out of their own device. NB: You will need to have your own device.

Baz will provide pre and post webinar notes and access to more online tutorial videos.

Places are limited so register early!


Who is Baz Caitcheon?


Baz Caitcheon Bazzacam

Baz leads Bazzacam as director/trainer of video content for a range of clients. As well as producing content, Baz trains organisations to shoot, edit and publish their own videos, on and from their iPhones and iPads. Baz took his teaching background to project manage TVNZ new media; then set out on his own. Bazzacam Ltd has now been operating for nearly two decades.







Why are we hosting this event?

Our webinars are presented with the supporting sponsorship of the Tindal Foundation.  ANCAD designs, plans and co-hosts workshops, seminars and this year in particular, webinars to assist your organisation to build capacity, develop and strengthen your operation and remain adaptive and responsive in a changing environment. ANCAD works with informed and experienced presenters who share their expertise and sector knowledge with community leaders, managers, key workers and board/committee members in aspects of capability building -  from leadership, fundraising and marketing, good governance and more.


September 29th, 2020 10:30 AM through October 6th, 2020 11:30 PM
ZOOM - Registrants will be sent details via email
New Zealand
Event Fee(s)
Workshop Fee $ 45.00