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Turbo Training – Projecting a Professional Presence in Online Video Meetings

ONLINE: Thursday 2 September 2021 @ 4:00PM AEST. Knowing how to project a professional presence in online meetings e.g. Zoom, Teams etc. has become a core business skill and is within your reach with a few simple tips.

In this 30 minute Turbo Training session, Paul McGhie, an award winning Video Producer, will share expert tips and hacks to help you achieve this, including:

  • How to setup your space;
  • How to make use of tools you likely already have e.g. household lamps;
  • What tools are worth spending some money on;
  • When to spend and when to save on equipment.

This session will be recorded and you can access the video after the event.

Click here to register or find out more.

Presenter – Paul McGhie, Video Producer

Paul is an award-winning filmmaker, who has been making films for the past 15 years both in short and long-form. His work has been screened across the world at festivals and on UK TV.

Paul’s work within film and video production has always been with a focus on hand-made, do-it-yourself projects. He believes anyone can make a great film or take a great picture with just a little know-how and a lot of passion.

For more info or to book your team in bulk, contact The Research Society Training Manager, Sue York, sue@researchsociety.com.au.

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