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Two new levels of in-depth Covid-19 training are launched by ScreenSkills today, building on the huge success of the basic awareness online learning passed by 44,000 people to date.
7th December 2020
A thousand local jobseekers previously employed in the aviation industry at Heathrow airport will be supported to transfer their skills into the UK’s world-renowned screen industries.
22nd October 2020
Free online training designed to support screen industry workers stay safe on productions in the context of Covid-19 is launched today by ScreenSkills, the UK’s screen skills body.
30th June 2020
New immersive experience to inspire next generation of screen industries talent by showing the buzz of life on a working film set
11th June 2020
The British Society of Cinematographers, Association of Camera Operators and ScreenSkills have joined forces to form a new mentoring programme
9th June 2020
New training is being fast-tracked to help film and high-end television return safely to production, the skills body ScreenSkills announced today.
22nd May 2020
ScreenSkills, Screen Yorkshire, The National Film and Television School (NFTS), and the BFI have launched the UK’s first Centre of Screen Excellence: Yorkshire (CoSE:Y) in Leeds
28th February 2020
Primary school children in Bristol first to enjoy animation lesson plan based on The Tiger Who Came to Tea.
27th January 2020
Netflix and Warner Bros. are partnering with ScreenSkills on an innovative new apprenticeship pilot.
23rd January 2020
ScreenSkills and Lupus FIlms collaborate to create resources to be shared with schools after TV premiere
23rd December 2019
The ScreenSkills New Writers Award for Production Companies helps emerging talent to break into high-end drama.
5th December 2019
The year-long programme will focus on boosting the number of out-of-London delegates in its fifth iteration.
19th November 2019
A programme to support black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) talent behind-the-camera in UK film to progress into more senior roles launches today.
19th September 2019
Pressing skills needs in high-end television resulting from the UK production boom are to be addressed with a record £4.2 million of investment this year.
12th September 2019
ScreenSkills today announces £488,000 of investment in training for the UK film industry including measures to tackle identified gaps in leadership and management skills, support craft and tech gra...
22nd August 2019
Film productions including Wonder Woman 1984 and Downton Abbey contributed just over £700,000 towards supporting skills and training in 2018/19
21st August 2019
The industry-led skills body ScreenSkills today welcomes a Government decision to back a pilot project originally developed by ScreenSkills to unlock the apprenticeship levy for the UK’s booming sc...
4th July 2019
ITV has signed up as the first partner in First Break, a new social mobility initiative from the skills body ScreenSkills
29th May 2019
Find Your Future in Film and TV campaign launches to grow and diversify behind-the-camera talent
21st May 2019
A new campaign will launch this week to introduce people who may know little about the screen industries to the array of jobs available behind the camera
21st May 2019
High-end television productions contributed a record £3.3 million to the ScreenSkills High-end TV Skills Fund in 2018/19 to support skills and training in the industry.
9th May 2019
ScreenSkills and Pinewood Studios are joining forces to offer people living near the Studios information on how to transfer their skills to much needed roles in film production
1st April 2019
ScreenSkills today announces a pan-UK mentoring drive to support new and established professionals in the UK’s screen industries.
28th March 2019
Production boom is causing burnout among workers working without breaks between jobs and encouraging workers to step into more senior roles too soon.
18th March 2019
Creative industries leaders today joined forces to launch a new Creative Careers Programme designed to help 2 million teenagers discover the breadth of jobs on offer in the UK’s fastest-growing sec...
12th March 2019
Military veterans will be given the chance to retrain to work as location managers in the television industry in a new ScreenSkills initiative.
27th February 2019
The ScreenSkills Animation Skills Council will re-launch in the new year under new leadership
19th December 2018
ScreenSkills publishes the first findings from its new Skills Forecasting Service and calls on all employers to take part in a forthcoming survey
10th December 2018
The programme returns after previously training 64 delegates, many of whom have gone on to award-winning success.
20th November 2018
The acclaimed ScreenSkills Trainee Finder programme which places trainees on feature films, high-end television and children’s TV is increasing recruitment for 2019 to meet demand
12th November 2018
More than 1,400 people are set to benefit from new training targeted at skills shortages and increasing diversity
7th November 2018
Creative Skillset today adopts a new name, ScreenSkills, to more clearly reflect the work we do
4th October 2018
A ground-breaking initiative to establish a network of centres of excellence for film and television in the nations and regions will be piloted in Yorkshire
1st October 2018
Creative Skillset is investing £600,000 in training to tackle skills shortages identified by the industry
6th September 2018
Studio blockbusters to arthouse indies and micro-budget productions paid a record amount towards training the next generation in 2017-2018
1st May 2018
The booming production schedule in television drama saw a record £2.6 million paid in contributions to the High-end TV Levy Fund last year
23rd April 2018
Creative Skillset announces Gareth Ellis-Unwin as new Head of Film, Louise Jury as Director of Communications and Marketing
20th February 2018
Creative Skillset will deliver the majority of the BFI’s Future Film Skills Programme, a key strategic priority of BFI2022, the five-year plan for UK film
14th December 2017
The impact on the UK’s high-end TV production sector from the recent growth in Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google
22nd November 2017
Creative Skillset and the not-for-profit training body Indie Training Fund (ITF) announce that we are planning to merge this autumn
29th June 2017
Northern Ireland Screen will be delivering the Creative Skillset Stepping-Up scheme for High-end TV based in Northern Ireland
26th June 2017
MediaXchange and Creative Skillset have announced a slate of drama industry expertise for participants in their TV drama writing initiative
22nd June 2017
Richard Johnston, CEO of Endemol Shine UK, has been announced as the new chair of industry skills body, Creative Skillset
18th April 2017
Research conducted by BAFTA and Creative Skillset with the BFI highlights key areas for supporting a diverse workforce
7th February 2017
The Board of Creative Skillset, the creative industries’ skills body, announces that Seetha Kumar is to be its new Chief Executive
6th July 2015
Creative Skillset’s Workforce Survey finds that 56% of the creative media workforce found their current position through informal networks
19th May 2015
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