It is a case of lights, camera, action for students at Chesterfield College who have been selected to produce a training DVD.
Students on the BTEC Media Production programme have been given the opportunity to work with Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service to produce a number of driver training DVDs over the next 12 months.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service approached the college after viewing footage of the annual Road Traffic Collision event which students filmed.
The students will ride with and film the fire service on blue light training runs throughout the county and utilise the college’s latest equipment including a full size professional camera crane to film from the fire service’s aerial platform.
The aim is to produce an easy to use, accessible training DVD to assist with the training of fire tender drivers and will provide the students with a fantastic experience of filming, editing and producing high quality video.