About the Role:
Will train how to edit videos in a professional way
Curriculum Development: Create a structured training curriculum that covers video editing fundamentals, advanced techniques, and industry best practices.
Training Delivery: Conduct remote training sessions, workshops, or webinars to teach video editing skills, using a variety of teaching methods and tools.
Feedback and Evaluation: Provide constructive feedback to trainees by reviewing their edited videos, identifying areas for improvement, and tracking their progress.
Resource Development: Develop training materials, video tutorials, and assignments to support trainees' learning and practice.
Stay Updated: Continuously research and stay updated on the latest video editing trends, software updates, and emerging technologies to ensure the training content remains relevant and up to date.
Video Editing Expertise: Proficiency in video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, or DaVinci Resolve, and a strong portfolio showcasing editing skills.
Teaching or Training Experience: Prior experience in training or teaching, particularly in video editing, and a proven ability to convey complex concepts in an understandable manner.
Communication Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively explain video editing techniques and provide feedback to trainees.
Technical Knowledge: Familiarity with video recording equipment, file formats, and best practices for video editing, as well as knowledge of audio and visual editing techniques.
Adaptability: Ability to adapt to the skill levels and learning styles of trainees and customize training materials accordingly.
About the Company
e2D World School is a world-class academic institution based in Minnesota, USA. We have a range of services that include Language and Art, Math and Science, Dual-Diploma for High School and College students. Our unique offering combines traditional classroom learning and Experiential Learning through transitional employment, study abroad, civic engagement, and education entrepreneurship programs. Before anyone can be an e2D lifelong learning member, the scholar must become an earned staff member of the program.
We believe: "To learn you must earn as well".