Equality and inclusion essentials... with Addie Orfila

Date
17 Feb 2022, 10:00-11:30
Location
Online
Price
Free
Application deadline
7 Feb 2022

This session is part of the ‘Your Life at Work’ strand which offers training aimed at addressing workplace best practice as well as how to stay healthy, happy and productive at work.

Inclusion is imperative. 

This 90-minute workshop covers the essential elements for an inclusive workforce. 

We will cover how to mitigate against  "Like Bias" and how to ensure fair process when crewing up.  

We will also look at the Equality Act - and how it is relevant to production and we will unpack some common microbehaviours and discuss how we all have a part to play. 
 
This course is a pragmatic and pro-active approach to make a lasting difference. 

Speaker

Addie Orfila is the former head of production at award-winning serial drama Hollyoaks, Addie Orfila has over 20 years experience within TV and short film production.

Starting as a trainee continuity announcer and then runner at Yorkshire Television, Addie has worked her way up as third assistant director, first assistant director, production manager and head of production.  She has worked on three out of the four big UK serial dramas and was production manager at Coronation Street for a very successful tenure. 

Having worked on shows such as Heartbeat, Touch of Frost, Countdown, My Parent’s are Aliens, Emmerdale, Barking and Jinx, Addie has a large wealth of experience to draw from and is currently a member of Channel 4’s Mentoring Diversity Network as well as trainer on the pan-industry Project Diamond diversity monitoring scheme.

This session is supported by the ScreenSkills Unscripted TV Skills Fund which invests in training for the unscripted workforce thanks to contributions from broadcasters, SVoDs and production companies.

This session will take place online via Zoom. Click ‘apply for ticket’ and follow the instructions to apply for your place: you must login or register before you are able to complete your application.

If you are no longer able to use your ticket, we ask you to please contact USF@screenskills.com so that we can release your place. Our sessions are often oversubscribed, so we’d like to give other freelancers the opportunity to fill available spots. Thank you for your consideration.

This course would normally cost participants to attend, but thanks to funding from the ScreenSkills Unscripted TV Skills Fund, we are able to offer it to you for free. If you fail to attend, we reserve the right to request reimbursement of costs, unless your place can be taken by someone else.

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