This risk assessment template is easily altered for any situation and has a simple step by step process where learners and staff can assess the safety of a production. I have also used this risk assessment for trips.
Learners who are studying film & TV and media should get used to the range of presentation methods which they may need to address within the media industry. This template is there to give learners support whilst pitching and presenting.
This template aids the learners to understand why they need each person on a film, TV or photography set by requiring the learners to complete the work which can be used for filming pre-production paperwork also.
This storyboard template can be used for all kinds of lesson such as, film & TV, animation, art, graphics, maths and English, where the learners are able to tell a story or annotate information.
It consists of an element where the learners can draw an image, followed by a section for the learners to write what the image is.
Use this budget form to help learners understand the importance of budgeting for there requirements, this has been used with learners in media and Film & TV, however this could be given and used with learners completing Maths, MS Excel Computing and Business.
With this paperwork learners are able to get some precise feedback based on their ideas and the way those ideas had been put across to the audience, whilst also breaking the feedback down into manageable chunks for the learners to understand and think about.
Learners can use this template to place, in order, the film shots they would like to obtain and can then state if they had obtain that shot which they desired. This can dramatically cut down time in editing the production.
This quiz is designed to help learners pay attention to the instructions they have been given and ensure they read the information which they had been tasked to carry out. There are several questions on this sheet with the first instruction to read all of the sheet and follow the instructions. The last sections states not to complete the question sheet and for the learners to rest their pens on the desk. The majority of learners will complete this whole sheet before realising they did not have to complete it, a quick task to find if the learners are paying attention.
This form is incredibly useful for learners who are studying media, film or TV. This allows the students to understand the real life issues of booking equipment and most importantly, sticking to deadlines.
Please note you may need to fill this in with addition resources as this is set for a particular school/college.
Using the film logging sheet, it is then a requirement of many film and TV course that the learners must show planing of their editing. This is done through this paper edit, where learners are able to place in order their film clips for the final edited sequence.
This form is to eliminate the repercussions from parents/young adults if their image/voice is used in school or college promotional material. This can include recordings of plays, events, enrichment clubs and everything else. This form also come with a make up section, should you be using make up/face paint for any reason.
The form has reasonable terms and conditions for parents/young people to sign to, which is then followed by signatures.