Applications are no longer being accepted as both dates are now heavily oversubscribed with significant waiting lists. Thank you so much for your interest! Should we be in a position to offer future opportunities, we will of course issue a further update.
Due to the current Covid 19 outbreak, and subsequent lockdown, we have worked hard to ensure that we can maintain training programmes that still reflect the needs of those in the industry working in high-end TV production. During this time of isolation, we took the decision to rework the course so that the majority of it can be delivered online, for free, to support those in the industry looking to improve skills in this key area, who already have experience as a production manager in this field.
Focussing on the key responsibilities and role of the line producer, this Step Up online training will cover all aspects of the role including setting up a production, recruiting effectively, legal requirements, necessary documentation, scheduling, budgeting, working internationally, dealing with co-productions and much more.
The programme consisting of 10 x 1 hour modules as follows:
Course option one:
4th May (2pm-3pm), 5th-7th May (10am-3pm), 11th and 12th May (Scheduled one-to-one sessions for participants with tutor)
Course option two
26th May (2pm-3pm), 27th-29th May (10am-3pm), 1st and 2nd June (Scheduled one-to-one sessions for participants with tutor
The course will take place via Zoom, and it is advised for functionality that you download the application for your mobile device or laptop, to ensure best usability. You can join from web, but some functions may not work properly.
This course is aimed at experienced PMs in high-end TV drama. If this is you, and you would like a place on the course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, with your details and a brief on your experience.
This training addresses an industry skills shortage and is subsidised by ScreenSkills as an investment in the professional development of people working in the UK screen industries.
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