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How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone using iDEC® – Online course for Jewellers

Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 4 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 4 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 11 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 11 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 18 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 18 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 25 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 25 July 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 1 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 1 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 15 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 15 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 22 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 22 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 29 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 29 August 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 5 September 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 5 September 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 12 September 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 12 September 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 19 September 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 19 September 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 26 September: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 26 September: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 3 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 3 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 10 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 10 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 17 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 17 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 24 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 24 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 31 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 31 October 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 7 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 7 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 14 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 14 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 21 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 21 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 28 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 28 November 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 5 December 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 5 December 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 12 December 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 12 December 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
£199.00 Enrollment from Mon 19 December 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Enrollment from Mon 19 December 2022: How to produce high-quality videos on your smartphone, £199 (self-paced, 3 months access) Whether you are capturing a promo for your website or a short Instagram Reel, this online course will give you the skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content.
Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

Find out more Book now
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Video is having a major moment for brands in the jewellery industry right now. If you want to harness the power of video to tell your story, connect with customers and grow your business to ultimately make more sales, it’s time to start creating your own videos. Whether you are capturing a promo for your website, a short Instagram Reel or content for your YouTube channel, this self-paced online course will give you the step-by-step skills to shoot, edit and brand high-quality video content simply using the smartphone in your pocket.

Introduced by jewellery journalist Rachael Taylor and taught by broadcast professionals John Dixon, Danny Sullivan and Ralph Tilley from Brightest Bulb, you will learn to make your own videos, with minimal cost, that tell your story and bring your jewellery brand to life.

What will I learn?

This self-paced online course hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Centre offers you the unique opportunity to learn from content:

  • presented by expert instructors with years of teaching experience and in-depth knowledge  
  • specially designed for the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries in your own time and at your own pace with unlimited access from anywhere in the world over 3 months. Tutorial videos can be paused and replayed as often as you wish to enhance your knowledge.
  • through practical exercises, which see you try out your new video creation skills in your own studio or workshop. By the end of course you will have produced your very own promotional video for your business, telling the story behind your brand.

The ten modules will take you on a learning journey from complete beginner to confident practitioner and cover:

Module 1

Introduction to camera work

Module 2

Editing skills

Module 3

Creating a montages using clips

Module 4

Directing and creating sequences

Module 5

Editing sequences

Module 6

Creating 'how to' content

Module 7

Creating a caption-led promotional video for your business

Module 8

Presenting to camera

Module 9

Editing a piece to camera

Module 10

Macro photography (taking close-up still images)

This course uses the Brightest Bulb’s proven iDEC® (individual, Director, Editor, Cameraperson) teaching method – providing you with all the skills that are needed to create engaging and professional looking video. Brightest Bulb have delivered iDEC training to the UK and Scottish governments, as well as organisations and businesses as diverse as University of Warwick, BMW, the FSB and Barclays, along with hundreds of SME’s and sole traders.

How do I access this course online? 

Hosted on the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle), the course can be accessed on any computer or smartphone with internet connection and a mainstream web browser, or using the free Moodle App.

To get the most from the course, you will also need:

  • A stable internet connection
  •  A smartphone and/or tablet
  • Two apps, which are needed throughout the course for basic filming and editing skills: Filmic Pro (£12.99) and Kinemaster (3.49 per month or £18.49 per year). Prices are subject to change from time to time – to see the latest app prices, please go to the app store.
  • You may also wish to purchase some basic equipment for your business, once you have watched the relevant module in the course, such as a phone cradle, mini tripod, and a tie clip microphone

Who is the course designed for?

Whether you have never created videos before or it’s already part of your job, this course will help you to create your own videos to raise your brand’s profile and connect with potential customers or team members via social media, web or selling opportunities. 

Want to book more than one space?

If you would like to sign up your team or multiple users onto this course, please do email us with details and get in touch with our box office team for rates at boxoffice@goldsmiths-centre.org

Who are the tutors?

John Dixon from Brightest Bulb began his working life in the theatre across the UK as a writer, director and performer. From there, he started writing for BBC radio and ITV 1 promotions, which led him into directing TV commercials and making factual programming for ITV. John has been producer, director on a wide range of productions including the series ‘Music Uncovered’ for ITV1, Keeping up with the Kids for BBC1, Wizards and Alchemists for the Discovery Channel and Live in the Fast Lane for ESPN. John has created a wide range of branded content for clients including Microsoft, Jaguar Landrover, Abu Dhabi Tourism, IBM, Mubadala and the NHS. He has also created content for large scale exhibitions for Etisalat, Intel and Cisco at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and GITEX in Dubai for Etisalat.

Danny Sullivan has been working in television for the last 29 years, editing, directing and filming. He started working as a sound engineer at Coventry Cable Television, but quickly noticed that editing looked the more interesting job. Danny became a freelance editor/director and has worked for many big television companies including BBC, which he now works for on a regular basis.

Ralph Tittley from Brightest Bulb spent the early days of his career as online editor in a busy London facility using tape-based suites, working on broadcast, corporate and commercial television. His credits include Bite Back, TV Hell, Mushroom Magic, The Late Show, Newsnight, Horizon, Equinox, New West. He has since produced and directed numerous live-action and animated television productions including TV commercials, documentaries and 3D kids series. Production credits include Gardener’s World, Pebble Mill, Heartland, King of the Road, Out & About with clients such as Cadbury’s, GE Capital, Dixons and Land Rover.

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