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Training

We are unable now to provide training courses

 

Oral History Recording TrainingTraining a groupORAL HISTORY RECORDING  This course is suitable for both groups and individuals embarking on a recording project.  Although each course is tailored for the specific needs of the project a typical course will cover:

  • How to use the recording equipment
  • Finding people to interview
  • Questionnaires
  • How to conduct an interview
  • Copyright
  • Practical session

If you are thinking about undertaking some recording work please do get in touch with us as we can advise on many aspects of the project including the purchase of suitable equipment and grant applications (such as to the Heritage Lottery Fund).

Preservation training is essentialCARE AND CONSERVATION OF SOUND MEDIA  Recordings are preserved in many formats from wax cylinders to the new digital recording media.  These formats all have idiosyncrasies and need specialist care and conservation.  The Sound Archive has over thirty years experience in the preservation of these recordings and can offer practical help and advice in protecting your collection   The Archive can also offer half-day or day training courses in the conservation and preservation of recorded media.  These courses cover all the common formats which may be encountered by an archive or collection.

A charge will usually apply for the training courses.

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