High-end TV team

Meet and contact the ScreenSkills high-end TV team.

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Kaye Elliott, Director of High-end TV
kaye.elliott@screenskills.com

Kaye provides overall direction for how the High-end TV Skills Fund is used and is the main point of contact for the High-end TV Council, who have ultimate accountability for the fund. Kaye is the department's main spokesperson and you can contact her to find out about the strategy behind the levy fund, potential partnerships or collaborative opportunities and the High-end TV Skills Council and industry working groups. Kaye is based in the North of England.

Nicky Ball, Head of HETV Mid-Level Career progression
nicky.ball@screenskills.com

Nicky is the industry liaison for Trainee Finder (our new entrant scheme), Make a Move (our stepping up scheme) and First Break (our social inclusion programme), making sure they stay on track and on budget. Nicky can answer questions about their design and delivery. She's also the best person to chat through any Make a Move applications with before submitting a request. Nicky is based in the North of England.

Jacqui Taunton Fenton, Senior High-end TV Training Liaison Manager
jacqui.tauntonfenton@screenskills.com

Jacqui manages the day to day relationships with all high-end television-related training providers, working with them to ensure high-quality training is delivered that is outcome-focused. 

She also manages the tender processes and the contracting and monitoring of deliverables for all externally delivered activity funded by the HETV Skills Fund. Jacqui is based in the North of England.

Hannah Green, Senior High-end TV Programmes Manager
hannah.green@screenskills.com

Hannah leads on delivering Leaders of Tomorrow – our three-year stepping up programme, aimed at mid-level freelancers moving towards leadership roles. Hannah also leads on our professional skills courses for productions including Leadership and Management, Anti Bullying and Harassment and Mental Health Awareness.  Hannah is based in the South West of England.

Rebecca Meredith, Training Liaison Manager, Wales                                                          Rebecca.meredith@screenskills.com

Rebecca manages the day to day relationships with the public bodies, training providers, education providers, production companies and key industry contacts across Wales, supporting the expansion, growth, and inclusive makeup of the workforce there.

Rebecca is based in Wales.

Kate Efomi, Training Liaison Manager, Scotland                                                                    Kate.efomi@screenskills.com

Kate manages the day to day relationships with the public bodies, training providers, education providers, production companies and key industry contacts across Scotland, supporting the expansion, growth, and inclusive makeup of the workforce there.

Kate is based in Scotland.

Liz Barron - Training Liaison Manager, Northern Ireland                                                        liz.barron@screenskills.com

Liz manages the day-to-day relationships with the public bodies, training providers, education providers, production companies and key industry contacts across Northern Ireland, supporting the expansion, growth and inclusive make up of the workforce there.

Liz is based in Northern Ireland.

Alex Green, High-end TV Industry Executive
alex.green@screenskills.com

Alex coordinates the relationships with the High-end TV Skills Fund sub-committee, Skills Council and working groups. She also supports Kaye with her role as director, including developing relationships with industry contacts. She is also responsible for assisting with outreach and networking events within the high-end TV team.

Stephanie De La Paz, Trainee Finder Outreach Manager
stephanie.delapaz@screenskills.com

Stephanie manages the High-end TV Trainee Finder scheme (our new entrant programme) supporting the trainees with their production placements, development and training. She also liaises with productions to manage their trainee requirements and opportunities.

Joanna Booth, High-end TV Projects Coordinator
joanna.booth@screenskills.com

Joanna is the coordinator for the High-end TV Trainee Finder team. Joanna works with Stephanie to offer practical support to individual trainees with their placements. You can contact her for advice about applying to become a trainee or if you are a production wanting help with your paperwork.

Reuben Samra, High-end TV Contributions and Programmes Coordinator
reuben.samra@screenskills.com

Reuben provides administrative support to the high-end TV team and oversees contributions to the HETV Skills Fund. Contact Reuben directly for any questions relating to the skills fund contribution and for general enquiries relating to the wider high-end TV department - or if you are unsure whom to direct your enquiry to.

Basia Miszczyk,  High-end TV Professional Skills Coordinator                                                      basia.miszczyk@screenskills.com

Basia coordinates all our professional skills courses for productions. Basia also supports Hannah with the Leaders of Tomorrow programme.

Gloria Okafor, High-end TV Progression Coordinator                                                                        gloria.okafor@screenskills.com

Gloria works closely with Nicky and you can contact her for advice if you are a production wanting help with your paperwork for Make a Move and the electrical trainee programme. Though her contracted base is London, Gloria is based in the West Midlands.

Daisy Parry, High-end TV Trainee Finder Coordinator                                                                      Daisy.Parry@screenskills.com

Daisy is the coordinator for the High-end TV Trainee Finder team and works with Joanna to offer practical support to individual trainees with their placements. You can contact her for advice about applying to become a trainee or if you are a production wanting help with your paperwork.

Vicki Ball, First Break and HETV Careers Outreach Manager                                                      vicki.ball@screenskills.com

Leads on First Break (our social inclusion programme) as well as delivering careers activity for schools and colleges to encourage new entrants into HETV.  If you would like to know more about how First Break could work on your production please contact Vicki. Likewise, if you would like any advice and resources to go into your local school or college to inspire the next generation of crew and talent do let her know. Vicki is based in Wales

 

If you are still not sure which team member you need to speak to, please email: HETV@screenskills.com.

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