Please note: PVNet is A Nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization All program fees shown are subsidized by PVNet philanthropy and offered to students at below actual cost. This course provides students with the opportunity to check out video editing and production. If your student is interested in video editing, now is the a great time to feed their interest by signing them up for this class. Students will gain basic skills currently being used in the industry right now - skills they can keep and continue to build on. By the way - these skills are not offered in high school. This course is low cost, takes minimal time, uses industry standard programs and builds confidence and hope. This course will teach students video editing skills using Adobe Premiere Video Editing software--one of the 3 leading industry standard video editing programs that students will need to know in order to be accepted into top media arts schools like UCLA, USC, and CalArts. It's a great time to learn basic video/audio editing skills and get ahead of the curve for your media arts future. PARTICIPATING SCHOOL DISTRICTS =============================== The following schools and districts have agreed to give course credit through SCROC. This course will be transcripted as an elective and included in the student's weighted GPA. - El Segundo School District - Inglewood School District - Manhattan Beach School District - Palos Verdes Peninsula School District - Redondo Beach School District - Torrance School District This class is open to: ======================== 8th - 12th grade students College students Adults REGISTRATION ============= Students may choose 1 of the following 3 OPTIONS: 1. Take this course and the course will be transcripted as an elective by your school and added to your weighted GPA (your school must be listed above). Price $1,600 2. Take this course and receive a WASC accredited certificate for an elective course that is accepted by colleges along with your high school transcripts and added to your weighted GPA. Price $1,200 3. Take this course for the purpose of learning Documentary Video Production prior to taking the course at your school no credit or transcripting. Price $800 Note: PVNet alums receive a $50 credit towards the registration fee which will be credited back at the conclusion of the course. Discounts may not be combined between options. All selections and registrations are final and no changes made be made after registering. REMOTE OR IN PERSON - CDC GUIDE LINES ======================================= Classes will be taught in person at our New Facility specially configured for proper social distancing. This is subject to change. ABOUT THIS COURSE ================== Documentary Video Production UNITS: 5 Scheduled hours: 40 hrs. SCHEDULE ========== Class start date: June 22, 2020 Class end date: July 30, 2020 Meetings days: Monday - Thursday Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Length: 6 weeks. No holidays planned, tbd BENEFITS ========= - Small class size = more attention - Enhanced experience - create a documentary video - Opportunities for professional development - Students may improve their GPA by taking this class prior to taking it at their school or in college. - Excellent for improving job opportunities - Learn skills not offered in high school QUESTIONS? =========== Please submit your questions by email to: Education@PVNet.com with the subject: Documentary Video Production PVNet contact/address info is displayed on our web page at http://www.pvnet.com Absolutely NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES, By registering for the class, you agree to PVNet's terms and policies. To learn more, go to: https://www.pvnet.com/policy
Schedule: Summer 2020 Starts: Monday, June 22, 2020 2-5 pm Remote students must have Adobe Premiere installed on their home computer. We recommend using Adobe cloud student account. Check whether your school's license permits student free use.