How exciting! We recorded the voice over for our anaphylaxis first aid course yesterday. The voice talent we hired was excellent, and she completed the reading in about four hours. It felt incredible to see our script in every one’s hand when I walked in to the sound studio and to feel it coming to life with the crew’s help.
The voice over will be edited over the weekend, and then we’ll have the exact timing for the video segments scheduled to shoot this Wednesday. As this rate, the course should be ready by February 15th.
My business partner, Allergist Dr. Mark Greenwald, and I wrote the course. The medical sections are extremely clear and informative, and I hope you’ll love the real life case studies we wove into the course and our module on the legal consequences of using or failing to use an EpiPen to perform anaphylaxis first aid. Hesitation costs lives, and our hope is that this module will put teachers, caregivers, or anyone on the scene of an allergic emergency at ease.
I’ll keep you posted as this project progresses and also let you know as soon as the course is ready. If you’d like to keep an eye on the course website, the link is epipentraining.com.