University of WolverhamptonProject
BSc (Hons) Strength and Conditioning
The creation of an energetic university course video was the goal when we teamed up once more with our local higher education provider!
The University of Wolverhampton is today one of the largest universities in the West Midlands, with the organisation offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses in over 70 different subjects.
Whilst the University’s main campus is situated in the heart of the city itself, the institution also boasts sites in towns such as Telford and Walsall – the latter of which houses the university’s Institute of Sport and Human Sciences.
One of the courses provided by the Institute is the BSc (Hons) Strength and Conditioning degree course – an offering designed to educate students on the entire development of the athlete and what is needed to improve physical performance.
We were approached by the team at the Institute to see if we could create an engaging promotional video for them all about the course and its benefits!
For this project, we travelled to the campus at Walsall to capture some shots of the students and to hear their thoughts about the course.
One of these students – as you can see in our video above – is Olympic medallist Kristian Thomas, who enrolled on the course four years after winning a bronze at the London 2012 Games.
Our video was designed to highlight the world class gym facilities the students can use whilst studying on the course, the fact that the course is delivered by UK Strength & Conditioning Association (UKSCA) accredited coaches and tutors, and how the course can help students in the future.
For more on the University’s Strength and Conditioning course, visit its webpage here.
OUR CLIENT’S THOUGHTS
Our video was greeted with a positive reaction, with Mark Niemz, lecturer in the University’s Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing saying:
“Stone’s Throw Media were very professional in their approach to working on this project.”
“The communication before, during and after the completion of the initial video was very good, and allowed for several amendments to the video based on our observations and feedback.”
“We were very pleased with the quality of the final product.”
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