These three, non-credit courses, are geared toward digital arts professionals, GFX designers, creative content producers, website
developers and anyone who wants to learn video production to enhance their resume’ and increase their skills level.
This certificate is designed to prepare students to produce complex digital video tape presentations for 'on' or 'off' air.
Classes meet Wednesday evenings beginning February 12, 2020 at the SPC Seminole Campus.
Ready to register or interested in enrolling in a payment plan? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Basic Video Camera
This is a video production course designed to introduce the concepts of basic videography. Students are exposed to
different types of video cameras, composition styles, lighting techniques and safety concerns. Students will have
the opportunity to learn how to operate digital video cameras.
Basic Video Editing
This course introduces the student to the basic working concepts of the art of editing through the use of a non-linear
video editing system. Topics to be covered include: capturing digital and video, organizing projects, storing video
clips, explaining the browser, viewer, canvas, and timeline. Students will log and capture, edit with straight cuts and
simple effects, and output the final product to tape. Students will also be exposed to some of the more advanced
features of an editing program including special effects, composing, text and titling.
This is a video production course designed to introduce the concepts of advanced videography. Students will be
exposed to different types of pro-sumer video cameras, composition styles, lighting techniques and safety concerns.
Professional video editing skills will be taught with special emphasis given to creating complicated video projects
with fixed deadlines. Students will be able to demonstrate an ability to organize, video tape, and edit complicated
video productions for presentations.