You may submit an expression of interest at any time by filling out the form on this page.
We appreciate that this is a difficult and uncertain time for institutions. We are committed to supporting you, and delivering ScreenSkills Select activities including the processing and review of current and new endorsement applications at this time.
To express your interest in applying for ScreenSkills Select endorsement, please contact Emelia Danso, Accreditation Engagement Manager who will guide you through the application process.
To qualify for ScreenSkills Select endorsement, courses must:
Once a decision has been made to endorse a college or university course under ScreenSkills Select, the course will be endorsed for a period of four years subject to annual monitoring. Only college or university courses that cover one or more of these sectors are eligible to apply.
ScreenSkills Select focuses on the key sectors of film, TV, animation, VFX and games. Only college or university courses in these sectors are eligible to apply.
We endorse a wide range of films and TV courses, including production, directing, screenwriting, post-production, editing, sound design, cinematography, music composition for film and TV as well as craft-based areas such as set design, model-making, production design, costume, hair and make-up.
Please note we do not accept applications from acting or wholly film theory courses.
Once your expression of interest form has been submitted you will be sent guidance and a full application form. The ScreenSkills Select team will be on hand to offer one-to-one advice and guidance throughout the application process. Click the dropdown below to find out more detail about the steps within the ScreenSkills Select application process
Right from the initial stage of application, the professionalism, advice and care shown by the ScreenSkills team was fantastic and this made the whole process as smooth as it possibly could have been. To receive ScreenSkills Select endorsement is a great achievement for the College and the television department.Jim McIvor, Course Leader HNC/D Creative Industries: TV, Glasgow Clyde College
If an application is unsuccessful at any stage in the process, ScreenSkills Select will provide detailed feedback on the criteria that were not met and suggestions on how to meet them in the future. It is recommended that unsuccessful applicants speak to the ScreenSkills Select team about working together towards a successful new application.
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