Investing in people: your ScreenSkills stories

Hear the stories of ten participants who used ScreenSkills to develop their careers.

How ScreenSkills invests in the UK screen workforce is highlighted in a new series of short films today. Whether it’s people looking to get their first break in the industry through programmes like Trainee Finder, or those seeking to further their knowledge via initiatives such as Make a Move, ScreenSkills has helped connect people to opportunites across the screen sector.

Working within high-end TV, film, unscripted TV, animation, and children’s TV, ten participants tell their stories of how the experience has helped develop their career.

Barrington Robinson
on ScreenSkills' High-end TV Co-producer Programme. Read more

Chloe Nezianya
on ScreenSkills' Film Trainee Finder, a paid placement new entrant programme. Read more

Comfort Arthur
on stepping up to episodic director in animation with ScreenSkills’ support. Read more

Jenny Stimpson
on ScreenSkills' Film Forward Programme, supporting experienced Black, Asian or minority ethnic professionals to advance into more senior roles. Read more

Jessica Gow
on ScreenSkills’ Unscripted TV Production Coordinator Programme. Read more

Kyle Graham-Rainford
on ScreenSkills’ Film Trainee Finder Programme. Read more

Mark McKenzie
on transferring from the military to film locations manager. Read more

Trisha Mistry
on ScreenSkills’ High-end TV First Break social mobility programme. Read more

Vicky Owens
on ScreenSkills’ Children's TV Trainee Finder Programme. Read more

Ziggy Gaji
on ScreenSkills’ High-end TV Trainee Finder Programme. Read more

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