How to become a production co-ordinator
The Production Managers Association (PMA) is hosting a session called So You Want to be a Production Co-ordinator on 18 September.
The evening event is aimed at those already working in the industry – perhaps as a runner or production secretary – and looking to move upwards to become a production co-ordinator.
The session is in central London and runs for three hours from 18.30. It will provide expert insight and detail about exactly what the role of production co-ordinator entails.
For more information and details on how to book – availability is limited – click here.
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