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FilmFixer and BECTU Introduce Training and Employability Programme 'Set Ready'

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The programme is aimed at new entrants to the creative industries and those considering a career change and has been designed to give individuals the key skills and building blocks they need

FilmFixer and BECTU Introduce Training and Employability Programme 'Set Ready'

Are you embarking or aspiring to a career in TV and film? Then you most definitely need to be ‘Set Ready’. The programme is aimed at new entrants to the creative industries and those considering a career change and has been designed to give individuals the key skills and building blocks they need. 

This programme is aimed at London residents over 18 years of age.

Dates:

21st-24th June - 10am-1pm (across four days)
This 12-hour course (three hours per day) is aimed at new entrants to the creative industries and those considering a career change.

Course content:
The course content is delivered online, and will cover the production industry and a range of transferable skills, including: 

  • Job profiles – Crew/Departments – Hierarchy on set.
  • On set glossary of terms – “learning the language”.
  • Getting the job and networking.
  • Radios and on set communications.
  • What to expect - runner/marshall tasks.
  • On set behaviour – industry dos and don’ts.
  • Communication confidence and building resilience.
  • CVs and covering emails.
  • What it means to work as a freelancer and thinking about finances.
  • Q&A with industry professionals.

Course tutors:
The programme format is participatory and practical, with Q&A sessions from industry professionals who will provide insight into the industry across a range of disciplines. The online course trainers are Amie Tridgell, Location Manager (Paddington 2, Rocks, Rush, Wild Rose), Matt Gallagher from The Callsheet, and Jude Winstanley, Line Producer and MD of The Unit List.

After the course:
On completion of the course you will become part of the wider "Set Ready" talent network with follow-up mentoring support and connections to employment opportunities into entry level roles. 

Cost: 
There is a small fee of £60 to cover training materials and administration fees.

For more information, please visit https://filmfixer.co.uk/training/ or email Sue@filmfixer.co.uk

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FilmFixer, Thu, 27 May 2021 18:57:27 GMT