Postponed: Step Up to Line Producing
*This course has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. If you have purchased a ticket, please contact the training provider at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a refund*
A new programme for high-end TV production managers and early career line producers, specifically developed to help you step into the role of line producer across high-end TV content.
BECTU will be delivering four weekend courses across England and Wales. The first 3 courses are now available for booking:
- London - Saturday 21st March - Sunday 22nd March *POSTPONED*
- Manchester - Saturday 18th April - Sunday 19th April *POSTPONED*
- London - Saturday 2nd May - Sunday 3rd May *POSTPONED*
Details of the Cardiff programme will be announced shortly.
This course is funded by the High-end TV Skills Fund.
Focussing on the key responsibilities and role of the line producer, this Step-Up training weekend 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. Consisting of masterclasses, seminars, case study exercises and group work all based on real and current examples, this weekend will also focus on challenging topics such as how to deal appropriately if there is an allegation of bullying and harassment, dealing with different personality types and managing performance effectively.
This is an intense weekend of training designed to give you the skills and competencies you need to take the step up from Production Manager to Line Producer. As such, we anticipate that you will have experience in the role of Production Manager in High End TV.
Who it's for
This programme is aimed at production managers and early career line producers working in high-end TV and is specifically developed to help them step into the role of line producer across high-end TV content.
Course subsidised due to ScreenSkills funding
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.
BECTU Sector Offices
373-377 Clapham Road
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