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Giving Voice Aotearoa Video Contest 2017
Giving Voice Aotearoa Video Contest is back after a successful first year! It’s time to get creative with your friends, family, colleagues, peers and/or clients and create a short video (maximum of 3 minutes), which highlights this year’s theme ‘Communication Access’.
Each video, once submitted, will be displayed on the NZSTA’s facebook page and YouTube account for the public to view. A link for where/how to vote for the ‘People’s Choice’ award will be added to the NZSTA facebook page and website.
The ‘Grand Winner’ and ‘People’s Choice’ will be played at the NZSTA 2017 symposium and each will be presented with a fabulous prize.
All videos will be uploaded to the NZSTA YouTube account. Please feel free to share via your social media channels. We want to reach as many people as we can!
Have fun! Let’s raise awareness for our patients/clients and for our profession.
To see the 2016 entries, follow the link below:
- Participant/s upload their video onto YouTube (via their own YouTube channel) and then share the link to firstname.lastname@example.org to formally submit to the NZSTA Committee.
- Participant/s must ensure that they have gained written/audio/video consent to do so if any clients/patients are shown in their video.
- Please follow the criteria:
- Theme: ‘Communication Access’
- Maximum of 3 minutes
- Entries are due 18th August 2017
Any questions please contact either Amy Oughton (email@example.com) or Annette Rotherham (firstname.lastname@example.org)