Throughout the ScreenSkills Select endorsement process, courses receive invaluable industry input from our team of highly-regarded industry evaluators. They assess each course against set criteria at each stage of the application process and provide annual feedback to help courses further strengthen their links and relevance to industry.
All our industry evaluators are current and relevant practitioners within the film, TV, animation, VFX and games sectors. Our rigorous criteria for recruiting evaluators have been developed in conjunction with ScreenSkills Select industry advisory group.
We require ScreenSkills Select evaluators to have a demonstrable track record in the industry with at least one production credit on a distributed work within the past 18 months, and/or hold a senior role responsible for hiring talent to productions or companies.
Jacqui is the ITV Studios Head of Production and Talent and has joined the ScreenSkills Select evaluation team to help endorse courses which will prepare new talent for industry. Read more.
Will is a freelance master animator who has worked with Aardman Animation on their new Shaun the Sheep sci-fi film, Farmageddon, as well as projects such as Early Man and Wallace & Gromit. He now joins us as a ScreenSkills Select evaluator. Read more.
Daniel is a first assistant director to a Bafta-nominated film and recent BBC Two high-end TV drama Doing Money, and has recently evaluated the National Film & Television School’s diploma in assistant directing and floor managing course. Read more.
Leading production designer Amanda McArthur has worked on numerous feature films as well as TV dramas as well as evaluating the National Film & Television School’s MA production design course. Read more.
Sanditon and Doctor Who art director Tim Overson talks about his experience evaluating Nottingham Trent University’s BA (Hons) Design for Film and Television course. Read more.
Sam is at the forefront of the booming UK gaming industry and has recently evaluated games courses for ScreenSkills Select. Read more.
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