UNYPAD North Cotabato Chapters join video editing training
By: Johana S. Abid
KABACAN, COTABATO PROVINCE (January 12, 2021) – Thirteen (13) participants from three Clusters of United Youth for Peace and Development, Inc (UNYPAD) UNYPAD North Cotabato Chapter joined a training on effective video presentation and graphics designing for social media publication last January 9, 2020 at Orro Resto in this town.
The training was done to capacitate the participants on persuasive and informative video content and also to develop their techno-skills for sustaining the UNYPAD information dissemination through different social media platforms.
Top officers of the UNYPAD graced the event as speakers namely Deputy Secretary for Administration Datuan “Dhats” Magon together with Morsid U. Guiapal, Sultan Kudarat Vice Chairman for internal affairs, Sultan Kudarat Secretary of Committee on Campaign and Advocacy, Norsahid B. Benito, and Matabai B. Mapandi, Women’s Affairs Committee (WAC) Sultan Kudarat Chairperson.
Mr. Magon remarked the importance of having the activity and emphasized the great role of social media in today’s communication.
“Social Media is now a great platform of information and communication that influence public opinion or convey the dynamics of every events,” he pointed out.
Mr. Guiapal and Mr. Benito shared ideas on how to create effective video spot that contains UNYPAD’s undertakings.
‘When you create video presentation, you should consider its font color and text style, transition, stability, framing and what should the story imply,’ Guiapal emphasized.
Benito also expressed that emotion has vital role citing, “I always involve my emotion and for me that is to easily express my thoughts and ideas. On that, I can make my video more meaningful for it can tell a story.” he narrated.
Ms. Mapandi gave an offshoot on graphic designing mentioning images, typography, color and lay-out composition as important elements.
“Think of yourself as a designer and explore to create unique graphic image design,” she said.
On her impression to the training, Sandra M. Alonto, one of UNYPAD NCC2 participants said, “Today, I learned a lot that help me enhance my skills.”
The facilitators imposed strict observation of health protocols to avoid the spread of the corona virus.