Do you live in the West Midlands? Could your next job be working in TV? Join ScreenSkills, Alison Grade & guest speakers for a free online event on 21 June, 18:00 – 19:30 where you will:

  • Meet TV industry professionals
  • Find out what role might be right for you
  • Hear about local TV job opportunities

There are roles for all skills and experience levels,  and attend to the many job shortages currently in the industry. Transfer your skills and find out how you can work in television. No media qualification needed and no experience required.

Speakers

This ScreenSkills event is hosted by Alison Grade, CEO, Mission Accomplished and author of The Freelance Bible. Alison will be joined by a panel of local industry professionals who will share their expertise and insights into the world of unscripted TV production.

Panelists:

Emma Riley, Productive Executive, Optomen, (Great British Menu)

Colette Foster, Creative Director, Full Fat TV, (Joe Wicks: The Body Coach, The Thames: Britain’s Greatest River with Tony Robinson)

Dom Sant, Co-founder + Producer, Common Story.

Elvinah Xhingesse, Researcher, 24 Hours in A&E, Also worked on: All That Glitters, The Love Trap.

Eligibility

This session is recommended for anyone who is interested in knowing more about and working in unscripted TV production in the Midlands. You might be from Coventry, Wolverhampton, Black Country, Birmingham, Worcester , Staffordshire, Dudley, Walsall, Warwickshire and Leicestershire! If you want to know more,  read more here.

 

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