For my leadership role project, I ran a workshop teaching my participant how to set-up a camera for filming. This included me teaching her:
- The names of all the equipment
- What the uses are of the equipment
- How to handle the equipment carefully
I allowed my participant to get a hands-on opportunity to learn the set-up of the camera. I showed her how to:
- take out and put in the battery
- turn the camera on/off
- set the camera on filming mode
- extend and contract the tripod
- attach the camera to the tripod
- use the tripod
After completing the project, my participant was able to explain to me how to set-up the camera. She was also able to present back to me everything I have taught her.
What I enjoyed
Through out the whole of the project, I feel that I enjoyed the success of the project the most. This is because I know that I needed to build my confidence. By completing the project independently, I have gained confidence knowing that I can do something that requires someone entirely depending on me.
But I have also enjoyed watching my participant learn a new skill. Seeing her develop from being unsure about some of the things to fully understanding how to set-up the camera, makes me feel satisfied with myself.
The most difficult part
I didn’t find that anything was difficult about the project, but I think the most complicated part of project was trying to find a skill I could share with the participant.