The Collingwood Children’s Farm (CCF) come to us with a unique problem, they didn’t know their story. They had no record of how they began. Each member of staff knew something of the story and the members before them knew something of the same but slightly different. This process went was repeated so on and so on for the past 40 years. It’s a familiar story for NFP who exist on volunteered time.
We spoke and recorded over 65 different peoples oral histories of the farm and in the process delivered a range of services

  • Stakeholder engagement.
  • Community engagement.
  • Youth engagement.
  • Community mapping.
  • Creation and curation of education recourse.
  • Development of organisation and regional historical narrative.
  • Development of organisation foundation Story.
  • The production of a three part Podcast series 
  • Video production for promotional purposes

The project was made possible by the Public records office of Victoria in partnership with the Collingwood Children’s farm

Melbourne Farmers Market, MFM, is a place for farmers and buyers to meet in the middle.  A critical space in food education in an urban scene. 

MFM came to PUR Production to craft and produce a podcast series that gave voice to the food producers they represent, whilst raising awareness of the simple ways to reduce food waste in every day actions. The podcast was also used as a communication and engagement tool to showcase and raise awareness to the fact that there was a larger sustainable project at play at Melbourne University.

We designed and produced the podcast series to take people into the heart of the space. Highlighting the good work that MFM are doing in the community, whilst broadcasting the stories of the producers that make the markets possible. Speaking with stall holders producers and people responsible for the sustainability project.

The project was made possible by Melbourne University and the Sustainability Victoria project.

Fleer’s Conceptual PlayLab aims to test ground-breaking play-based models for teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics to young children in early learning centres.

We have been engaged as media partners to create two video series for the infants and toddlers PlayWorld. The first group, infants from six months to three years, needed the utmost respect of space to enable their world to be not infringed upon by the production yet care, craft and detailed attention to be able to capture the moments of young minds at work.

Fleer’s Conceptual PlayLab delivers their educational video though it’s interactive App, enabling early educators access to learn and practice the ground breaking educational content.

The course content delivery is changing and never more so then in the tertiary education arena. 
Professor Leonard Webster of Elite Education come to us with an idea to deliver and design a pilot of professional development coursework to staff in accessible manner. The thought behind this was to accommodate staff members who juggle multi-dimensional workloads and work requirements. 

We produced and delivered 5 part professional development program with Elite Education. The staff engagement was at 98%. 

The course content delivery is changing and never more so then in the tertiary education arena. 
Professor Leonard Webster of Elite Education come to us with an idea to deliver and design a pilot of professional development coursework to staff in accessible manner. The thought behind this was to accommodate staff members who juggle multi-dimensional workloads and work requirements. 

We produced and delivered 5 part professional development program with Elite Education. The staff engagement was at 98%. 

Jess Huon brings traditional teachings beyond the walls of monasteries, in from the edges, into meet modernity. 

We worked with Jess to deliver her online four week intensive course, focusing on the audio visual components of content delivery, including live-streaming the opening and closing evenings to an audience world-wide.

Clients words
We have the most amazing video series that was prepared by PUR Production. Our video series focuses on infants and toddlers and this meant having a team that was sensitive to this group when filming, but also a team that was able to capture the magic of those beautiful young minds as they explored. Importantly, the moments of imagination in play and imagination in STEM have been captured and beautifully presented in the video series - something very special for helping others see that STEM for infants and toddlers is indeed possible. The final result has been so well received in the early childhood education community. Thank you PUR Production. 
Marilyn Fleer
Laureate Professor,
Australian Research Council Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellow
Faculty of Education, Monash University
EEI sought assistance from PUR Productions with a pilot series of academic professional development modules.
The genuine interest, advice and quality of the modules by PUR Productions exceeded our expectations. As the primary contact on behalf of the institution with PUR Productions I was impressed with the commitment to timelines, quality of final product and professional technical and presentation advice during the development to ensure the very best possible outcome. The institution is delighted with the final production which now is an important institutional strategy for delivering staff development to a geographically diverse and part time work force.
Perhaps the best testimonial is whether the institution would return to PUR Productions for further productions. I can say without hesitation that the institution will, and, already has plans for PUR Productions assistance with our next academic staff development series.
Leonard Webster John Doe
Designer DVC Quality and Compliance at EEI

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