Supported by The Dunfermline Camcorder Club
This was to be undertaken by The Dunfermline Camcorder Club, whose members had offered their services to compile all the necessary material and ultimately produce a professional video. Unfortunately, due to the outbreak of Foot and Mouth, many things that the squadron had planned out with the Squadron Headquarters such as The Duke of Edinburgh's award scheme, Adventure Training and Gliding had to be cancelled. This left very little in the way of variation in order to put a video together.
Thankfully, the Camcorder Club are still interested in making the video and two weeks ago, things finally got under way. A team of five cadets have been selected, and working in conjunction and under the direction of members from the club, they will be taught all aspects of video making such as the use of cameras, lighting, sound, filming and editing. Many hours of videoing will have to be done to produce the squadron video which is planned to last about 20 minutes. In order to achieve this, members of the club will be attending many of the activities already planned via Wing Headquarters and also activities planned by 1145.
In addition to making the video, the cadets that are involved will be able to use this activity for the skills section of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme so killing two birds with one stone
1145 (Dunfermline) Squadron