My eLearning Voiceovers Full Day Workshop at Learning Solutions 2011
As mentioned in a previous post, based on the success of the introductory eLearning voiceover sessions I offered at two eLearning Guild conferences in 2010, I’ve been asked to offer a full-day certificate program on the topic as part of the Learning Solutions 2011 conference. I’ll be offering my workshop on Tuesday, March 22nd, from 8:30am-4:30pm at the Walt Disney World Hilton in Orlando, Florida.
My hands-on workshop will offer participants practice in:
- Preparing Your Script for Speaking
- Editing the text for impact
- Preparing Your Voice
- Diction exercises from the Pros
- Preparing to Record
- Setting up your “studio”
- Noise filtering
- Recording Your Voiceovers
- Practice with different content types: orientation, compliance, sales
- Editing and Enhancing
- Removing silences & sounds
- Adjusting levels
- Altering pitch & timing
- Saving the final file
- Working with the Pros
To learn more and to register, click the logo on this page. Because I want to have all participants actively involved and working throughout the day, and so that I can give each participant personalized feedback, I’ve told the eLearning Guild that I am only accepting a maximum of 15 students. I encourage you to register ASAP to reserve your place in this workshop. If you have been given the responsibility of recording voiceovers for your company’s internal eLearning projects, I can give you the confidence and skills to take the quality of your work to a whole new level. I’ll be posting more information on this blog between now and the workshop, and I will also be communicating directly with all those who register. If you have any questions in the meantime, feel free to post a comment on this site, or e-mail me directly. Sign up today and join me on March 22nd. And if you know someone else who should be taking this certificate program, spread the word! Reservations will be first-come, first-served.
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