Five Online Live Sessions
The next online courses will take place on the 18th, 23rd, 25th February and 2nd, 4th March 2021. Book your place today!
£500*
*Special offers are available

“It has been a wonderful experience working with InsightShare and introducing PVMSC to our behaviour change campaign on reducing child stunting for UNICEF in Pakistan. Without InsightShare’s guidance and mentoring we would have not been able to achieve such a large scale intervention and manage to collect thousands of change stories. InsightShare’s input has been instrumental throughout the process.” – Raheel Waqar, CEO White Rice Communications. Online training for White Rice Communications and UNICEF Pakistan

Our live online course can help you get started with Participatory Video and Most Significant Change, our skilled trainers will guide you through the PVMSC process for you to learn how to assess when PVMSC is appropriate as well as to design a PVMSC process as part of a wider M&E strategy. The course also includes advice on how to make the most of a process that can simultaneously be an M&E activity, a programmatic intervention and an advocacy exercise.

Over the past 12 years of developing our PVMSC process we have seen that it can create an invaluable space for organisations to learn through reflection and reshaping of programmes in line with participants’ values. We have been asked on numerous occasions to provide guidance on using PV for monitoring and evaluation so we felt it was time to share our learning.

In December 2015 we launched our PVMSC toolkit to help spread the method. You can download a free copy here.

A woman shows children the video they recorded on the camera, during a Participatory Video project in Mexico

Dates

Next Online Live Session will be for 1h30 hours on the:

18th, 23rd, 25th February and 2nd, 4th March 2021

Please contact us if you are two or more so that we can set up a private online training on another date.

An Ethiopian elder from the Gamo Highlands uses a video camera to record local children gathered around him

Course Price £500

£500 includes 5 live online sessions: 4 x 1h30 sessions on PV MSC with self-study assignments in between sessions. 1 session of group coaching (at least 30 mins on each person’s project). Personalised resources will also be provided for the training. Anyone needing extra support can book a one-on-one coaching session for £200 per 1h30 session.

An indigenous Yaqui woman looks at the image on a video camera

Special Offers

  • Book with a friend or colleague and receive a 15% discount off both bookings.
  • Online course + 2 coaching sessions : £700 Book your online course as part of a package with 2 additional personalised one-on-one 1h30 coaching sessions to suit your needs; eg. help you as you start your project or give you live support as you implement the work in the field!
Young women in Ukraine during a Participatory Video workshop

Book your place

To reserve your place please fill in this reservation form. Please note that places are not confirmed until full payment has been received. Places are served on a first come first served basis.

Who is it for?

Our online training and coaching services aim to support organisations and individuals who work in the fields of monitoring, evaluation, learning and impact evaluation, in particular people responsible for the design, management and delivery of these processes who:

  • Need help incorporating PVMSC into the monitoring or evaluation strategy of a project
  • Want feedback or advice on their PVMSC plans
  • Require guidance and support on PVMSC whilst in the field
  • Want to go deeper into the methods and skills behind the PVMSC process
  • Currently use participatory video as a community development tool and wish to further broaden the scope by incorporating PVMSC for monitoring and evaluation

Participants

If you’re looking for a private group online training and you are two participants or more we can set one up at a time and date that suits you, please contact us at trainings@insightshare.org

A woman and a man in Northern Kenya attach a camera to a tripod during a Participatory Video project

What you will learn

  • How and when to use Participatory Video and Most Significant Change
  • The role of the facilitator in the PVMSC process
  • Different case studies will help you uncover key areas of the method and its added value
  • The most common ethical challenges to consider when carrying out PVMSC
  • Guidance on key project management topics, such as equipment purchasing, participant selection, consent, intellectual property and video dissemination
  • In the 5th session you will receive at least 30 minutes of group coaching for your project or ideas, or specific circumstances from our experienced trainers
  • Please note that this course does not incorporate practical experience in facilitation and video skills. Please join our face to face Participatory Video and Most Significant Change course if you are interested in experiencing the method..

About us

As leading practitioners in the field of Participatory Video, we have dedicated ourselves to delivering transformational projects with some of the world’s most marginalised communities.  We have directly facilitated hundreds of projects in over sixty countries, working with diverse peoples to address a wide variety of issues. Founded in 1999, our organisation is committed to improving and shaping the use of Participatory Video in all its forms, and building a grassroots movement of practice to sustain its role as a powerful community engagement tool.  We have trained hundreds of facilitators, founded numerous community video ‘hubs’ and produced free resources on a range of approaches. Read more…

For More Information

For more information about the course or our work: Email: trainings@insightshare.org Telephone: +44 (0)1865 403127 Visit our Website

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