Learners on the Level 3 TV & Film Production course are currently playing a leading role in the development of a filming project in association with Battersea Healthcare, the Wandsworth GP Federation as part of their Work Experience.
During the project, learners are filming and editing training sessions and seminars, to enable Battersea Healthcare staff to be able to watch the events 24/7 via their internal digital learning platform. This reduces the need for health workers to take time out from running their practices.
Melanie Ashdown, Director of Aim Solutions which is contracted by Battersea Healthcare to produce the filming project, has been delighted by the progress made by the learners so far, and commented: “These guys are awesome!”
During the placement, Marcus Hall and Victoria Obasuyi have redesigned logos for the Chocolate Films website to illustrate the external clients that the company works for.
The placement has provided the learners the opportunity to gain invaluable experience of working to a real live design brief, and also begin to develop their portfolios with examples of commercial work.
Working within a 2 day window, the learners produced an excellent piece of work, and learnt a number of employability skills such as project management, team working, and time management.
This work will go towards the learner’s overall final portfolio, and is part of an on-going partnership between South Thames College and the Rebound Gaming Hall.
Paul Reynolds of Rebound Gaming Hall commented, "We established a great relationship with South Thames College from day one of being in Wandsworth and we are delighted to now have a small piece of REBOUND dedicated to the great work of the art faculty and four students in particular. They have done a super job and the mural really complements our values of fun and inclusivity."