Making It Possible, the personal and career development day for parents and carers, returns in Autumn 2019.
The programme will empower successful applicants to focus on their individual goals, plan a route to achieve them and address the specific barriers and challenges they face. Making It Possible is for you if you’re on maternity/paternity leave or if you’re currently working but concerned you will stagnate in your career due to juggling work with parenting and/or caring demands. Or you may be fired up to advance your career but struggling to actually make it happen.
The one-day development course will take place in London (Wednesday, 9th Octiober), Leeds (Wednesday, 16th October) and Cardiff (Tuesday, 5th November). Each day will run from 9.30am to 5pm with a free crèche at each location (there will be suitable breaks in the schedule for those who need to feed babies). The groups will come back together for progress update calls which will be scheduled in November and January.
This year, there will also be an opportunity to participate in the programme on;ine.online version of Making It Possible will run weekly for five weeks and cover the same course content. The online version will run between w/c 7 October and w/c 11 November (with one week break for half-term).
Blaire Palmer, a coach and confidante for senior leaders and teams, will lead each course. A former BBC Radio 4 Today Programme producer, she has spent the past 16 years helping leaders work out how to find a way of working that is authentic and based on their values and priorities without compromising their professional ambitions.
This programme is open to all film and TV industry practitioners with a minimum of two screen credits or three years experience in an industry role.
Twelve of the total number of places available across the Making It Possible 2019 - both location and online options - are open to directors, and are being supported through Directors UK.
Applicants must be parents and/or carers and looking to develop their careers to the next level. They must be and be aged over 18.
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