Production co-ordinator (unscripted) courses open

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ScreenSkills and Media Career Advice are launching a series of training programmes in becoming a production co-ordinator in unscripted television.  
 

The programme is open to: 

  • Individuals at the early stages of their career and already working as a runner, production secretary, production coordinator or production management assistant who want to focus on developing a career in production management. 
  • Those who work in other roles in the industry such as editorial, technical and craft who are looking to move into production. 
  • As well as those working in scripted or corporate/commercial who want to make the move into unscripted TV production.
  • Those looking to return to unscripted TV production after a career break. 
  • Those from other industries who have transferable skills and/or experience eg working in admin, travel agents, theatre, events etc. 
     

The courses are taking place around the UK on various dates between 10 January and 29 April. They include production co-ordinator training; 6 x 1hr mentoring sessions with industry professionals and up to 12 months of paid placements (4 x 3 months).

 
The training programme is heavily subsidised with a fee of only £200, payable by successful delegates or their employers, with bursaries available for those who require support.
 

Further details about the programme can be found here.

 



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