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Published:Wednesday | June 11, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Richard Polack, director of Action Zone Summer Sports Camp, interacts with students of his summer camp at the University of Technology in St Andrew.FILE

Art of Videography Workshops

Phase 3 Productions will this summer give 30 youths in the 18 to 25 age range the opportunity to participate in 'The Art of Videography - Storytelling via Moving Images' workshops. This initiative is a part of the company's 30th anniversary celebrations.

The workshops will run over the three weeks from August 11 to August 30. Each six-day workshop, Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., will host 10 participants at Phase Three's Studio 45 location - Trade Centre, 30-32 Red Hills Road.

Applicants must have passes in maths and English at the CXC General Level or an equivalent exam like GCE; provide proof of age and two recommendations. Applications are to be submitted to Workshops, Phase Three Productions, 15 Hope Road, Winchester Business Centre, Kgn 10, or by the end of June.

Grooming for Greatness

The Beverley Corke Personal & Professional Development Centre presents Summer Classes 2014 under the theme 'Grooming for Greatness' at 2 Waterloo Road, St Andrew (Girl Guides Association).

Participants will learn creating winning attitudes, positive image projection, correction of posture, developing poise and decorum, carriage and deportment, rules of social interaction, dining etiquette and lots more.

The two-week class time options are: 8-10 a.m. or 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. or 1:30-3:30 p.m. or 5:30-7:30 p.m. The cost of the package is $20,000 and the entire package is designed to be completed in 10 days. Individual classes are offered at $2,500 per session. Each session lasts for two hours.

For further details, telephone 293-5447 or e-mail

Work and play

Looking for a summer camp that combines education with physical activity? Contact us at the University of the West Indies' department of physical therapy's two-week camp from July 14 - 25, for children from ages 7 to 18.

The younger age group will focus on reinforcing mathematics, reading and reasoning and logic while engaging in physical activity in water and on land. For more information, contact Dr Roopchand-Martin at 382-7143 or call Shara Yan at 474-6892. Cost of the camp is $7,000 per week.