Trainee Finder: Spotlight on script supervising

Age
18+

Are you considering applying to ScreenSkills’ Trainee Finder programme?

Are you considering a career in the script supervision department?

Would you like to know more about how the department operates and the work involved?

Then this is the ideal ScreenSkills webinar to help you explore what it’s like to work in script supervising 

The event will take the format of a chaired panel conversation including audience Q&A.

The panel will be made up of senior professionals in the department and recent trainees to give a full picture of the department, the work of a trainee and the opportunities for progression.

By the end of the event attendees will have a good understanding of:

  • What the script supervision department does
  • What the roles are within the department and what exactly they do
  • What work is expected of a trainee
  • What skills a trainee needs to have
  • What hirers look for on a CV

This ScreenSkills Select Employability Toolkit session is chaired by Alison Grade, CEO, Mission Accomplished and author of The Freelance Bible with contributions from local industry professionals:

Lisa Mail – Continuity / Script Supervisor, TV, credits include; Doctors, Shakespeare and Hathaway: Private Investigators, Death In Paradise

Lola Dauda – Script Supervisor, TV, credits include; Ted Lasso, The Essex Serpent, Black Mirror

Abdoulie Mboob - Script Supervisor, credits include; The Essex, Serpent, X to X

Rachael Bone – Trainee Script Supervisor, TV, credits include; The Witcher, Black Narcissus

Webinar sessions will be held from Thursday 25 November to Sunday 28 November. 

The sessions are:

Who it's for

People interested in joining Trainee Finder, you must be over 18 and not in full time education. You should have less than 12 months paid experience in the film or TV industry

Contact information

Name: George Hewson
Phone: 02077139800
Email: careers@screenskills.com

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