italk Media Production Training at the Alice Springs Correctional Centre
I’m better at computers now. I could help kids and friends with computers.
I learnt about computers and English and typing. I might get my grandson a computer and show him how to use it properly.
It kept me occupied. I learned keyboard shortcuts, which will be helpful.
The computer screen is a window to my home.
It makes me want to keep learning. I want to get more experience. I want to make more things on my daughter’s laptop and teach them. I’d like to teach my children how to use a computer properly. Give them more experience. I always tell my family what I’ve been learning. I’ll show them the story I made so they listen and get ideas.
These are some comments from men and women trainees in the italk Media Production Program at the Alice Springs Corrections Centre.
In the program trainees learn how to use computers, a basis requirement for many jobs. They also create videos and animations about their own personal stories and ‘Work’ stories that cover information about working and living in the Alice Springs Corrections Centre. Videos are spoken in English and a number of Aboriginal languages.
On Wed 7th Dec there is a Graduation Ceremony for recent trainees.
Click HERE to see a wonderful array of videos, animations and music videos created by trainees at the italk Media Production Training.