Course for young talent in post and VFX
Creative Skillset is supporting a course to help young talent in post and VFX to develop their skills in client relationships and negotiating.
In response to industry needs in the regions, one-day courses targeted at junior and line producers in post and VFX are running in September in central locations in Bristol, Manchester and Glasgow, supported by Creative Skillset’s High-End TV (HETV) Levy fund.
The course is specifically designed for junior and line producers in post and VFX companies servicing HETV business. The cost is £75 per person.
Michelle James, Creative Skillset’s senior HETV manager, explains: “The idea is for young talent to come away with the skills, resources and, above all, the confidence to take a more informed and proactive approach to developing effective client relationships and handling negotiations as they progress in their role. This is all part of supporting the development of a world-class UK drama workforce.”
The course has been developed by Every Sense, an organisation that specialises in helping people and companies in the screen-based creative industries to grow, prosper and achieve their potential.
The course will be held in Bristol on 7th September, Manchester on 19th September and Glasgow on 21st September.
Click here for details of the courses including content, dates and how to book.
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