3D Digital Explorations Participant, National Paralympic Heritage TrustLocation:Via Zoom, and then via in person workshops at Stoke Mandeville Benefits:Paid travel expenses Main duties:
The role of the participant will be to attend a series of training and support sessions, and once trained, if desired, to lead or support a number of workshops (for which you would be paid at £15 an hour). No prior experience is required, just a keenest to learn.Closing date:31/07/2021 Job Description:
National Paralympic Heritage Trust – 3D Digital Explorations Participant
Are you disabled and interested in technology? Are you keen to learn new skills? This is an exciting opportunity to be trained, for free, in 3D scanning in a sports heritage setting to work with the National Paralympic Heritage Trust in creating an online virtual gallery.
About the Digital Explorations 2020-23: This project, funded by the Rothschild Foundation, Heritage Lottery Fund and the NPHT will see a group of participants from disabled people’s organisations trained in the use of 3D photography, sports journalism and history research. For those wanting to take it further there will be the opportunity to deliver this training in schools’ workshops in a paid capacity. This work will play an important role in the building of digital resources for worldwide access to the work of the NPHT.
About the Participant Role: The role of the participant will be to attend a series of training and support sessions, and once trained, if desired, to lead or support a number of workshops (for which you would be paid at £15 an hour). No prior experience is required, just a keenest to learn.
Skills and Qualifications: A basic level of IT.
How to register interest: If you would like to be involved in this project please complete and return the expression of interest form which can be found on our website ( https://www.paralympicheritage.org.uk/digital-explorations-project) to Elaine Phiri at firstname.lastname@example.orgFull details [external link]