Community Reporting is all about empowering young people to have a voice. GMYN provides bespoke training packages to train young people to tell their story or report on the issues that are important to them, using pocket technology (smartphones/tablets/flipcams/photography) and the internet.
Community Reporting is an excellent way for schools, colleges, charities, community organisations and housing associations to work creatively to consult and gather the views of young people within the local area.
Benefits for young people:
Develop media and storytelling skills
Learn how to use pocket technology in creative ways
Build confidence and team working skills
Opportunities to be involved in consultation and community activity
Become part of a European network of young reporters
All Community Reporters training is accredited by the Institute of Community Reporters. Training is delivered across three levels; Bronze, Silver and Gold for groups of 10 young people.
Our training can be tailored to your groups needs and can involve any aspect of Community Reporting including. More information is below.