||Basic Windows training and installing a Projector. This gives some training in Windows and then
essential information about purchasing
and installing an LCD Projector.
around the pros and cons of using
multimedia data projection. Concludes
with a sort act of worship
Training Course.Any church running
multi-media will need people proficient
in using PowerPoint. This course goes
through the basics of producing and
running a presentation. It is a very
‘hands on’ session.
Training Course. The
practical session. The aim is to produce
a presentation for an act of worship.
PowerPoint is only half the battle. To
use projection well you need help and
advice about what will work well and what
won’t. Concludes with a sort act of
video in multi-media. This workshop
explores how to take music from CDs and
video from tape or DVDs and build them
into PowerPoint presentations.
video in multi-media. The practical
session. Continuing to work towards
producing an act of worship.
resources. An exploration of a
host of resources on CDROMs, DVDs and
available free of charge from the
Management Software. A look at the
different packages around that display
the words of songs and manage a
and Answers. A final opportunity
to ask questions.
trust can provide one laptop for each participant
on the course plus the hardware and software to
scan videos, CDs and DVDs.
You are welcome to bring and
use your own, but please do check the
- Windows XP or
Vista operating System.
version 2002 or 2003 (you can use 2007,
but it is different)
- The machine
will need a DVD drive
- Windows Media
- A free program
called Audacity (This can be loaded
during the course)
- The free trial
version of a program called imTOO (This,
too, can be loaded on the course)
|Venue. Willersley Castle is set in the
beautiful Derwent Valley in Derbyshire
just south of Matlock Bath. The house was
built by Sir Richard Arkwright who
established many of the mills in this
area. The house stands in 60 acres of
grounds and there are many stunning walks
available without even leaving the
castle. Available to guests is a 15m
indoor swimming pool and numerous other
facilities. Just a short walk are
Arkwright's mills, both museums and one
an retail outlet centre, the Cromford
canal, the high peak railway and the
facilities of Matlock Bath.
course costs £300
including full board at Willersley. A deposit of
£80 is payable at booking. Methodist ministers
should be able to use their CDIM
pay for this course. The deposit can be paid
using a debit/credit card at time of booking. The
balance becomes due a month before the course.
The current dates
are: 26th – 29th November 2012
The course is
limited to 6 people as this gives Mike plenty of
time to assist each course member, but it means
that you should not delay your booking.
The deposit is
non-refundable, but in the event of a late
cancellation the trust will attempt to refund
your balance, but this very much depends on the
goodwill of Willersley Castle.
Click here for booking form.
from previous courses:
Thanks for a great course -
very practical and inspiring
I do feel more confident
about trying more ambitious things for worship.
Many thanks for a most
useful and enjoyable training session