Become a Film/TV Assistant Production Accountant with APATS – Deadline 3rd June

By May 23, 2019Training

Do you have a desire to work in film and TV production accounting? Do you have previous experience of working in a junior position in accounts or finance? APATS might be the right fit for you!

About the Assistant Production Accountant Trainee Scheme 2019 (APATS)

The Production Guild are seeking to recruit and train TEN people from across the UK for this exciting course. It is designed for those wanting to work as Assistant Production Accountants on feature films or high-end TV in the UK. The programme will last from September 2019 to May 2020, consisting of a month of classroom training at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden Park. This also is followed by up to three paid work placements on film and High-End TV productions in the UK. Applicants must have a permanent UK address and be eligible to work in the UK.

For over 12 years, the Production Guild has trained people from differing backgrounds, work experience and qualifications who have consistently and successfully worked on film and TV production. This particular Scheme has trained over 50 new entrants to enter UK production.

Application details

Deadline for APATS applications is 3rd June 2019. 

Recruitment and Selection for the scheme will take place in May and June 2019.

Interviews are on 24th, 25th and 26th June 2019.

Classroom training: Commencing Monday 2nd September 2019 for four weeks

To register your details and download the APATS application form and guidance notes click here.

We particularly encourage applications from women, those from LGBT communities, those with disabilities and those from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, since these groups are currently under-represented in the sector.

Don’t miss this opportunity to move your accounting career into Film & TV.

This programme is delivered by the Production Guild. It is supported by ScreenSkills using National Lottery funds awarded by the BFI as part of the Future Film Skills programme. ScreenSkills is the industry-led skills body for the UK’s screen industries. This scheme is funded by ScreenSkills Film Skills Fund and from direct contributions from feature film production and TV companies.

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