Film and TV One Day Bootcamp
Have you always dreamt of a career In Film and TV?
Join a 1-day bootcamp and get a BIG head start over your competition!
Breaking into the film and TV industry is daunting. There’s plenty of competition, and if you don’t have the right skills and industry know-how it’s almost impossible to open those all-important doors.
Our exclusive 1-day course will help you unlock those doors. You’ll begin with a with guide from experts, about all the departments within the industry, so you can find out which career path suits your skills. You will explore the different genres and learn the art of effective job hunting. We demystify the language of set and help you understand what’s expected of you on your first day on a production.
This course is right for you if:
By the end of the course, you will have learnt:
The last 3 years we have been presenting our career transforming “Need to Know” Bootcamp for Screenskills on their First Break Project. The course has been instrumental in launching production careers on:
We are excited to offer you the opportunity to enroll directly and take your first step towards the successful career in Film and TV you have always dreamt of.
This is what our former bootcamp attendees have said about our course:
“This course gave more information, advice, and insight than you could possibly collect in weeks or months on a live set or production. It affirmed my decision to pursue a career in the screen industry”.
“Huge amounts of invaluable insights that I would never have got anywhere else in quite the same way. Tales of first-hand experiences and dos and don’ts that you wouldn’t normally learn without getting your foot in the door yourself first.”
“I loved this course; I am so glad I went on it. It covered so many topics and they were long days full of information, but it was completely worth it for the amount I learned. I know it will all come in very useful when I get my first job.”
If you would love a career in the film and TV industry, but don’t know how to get a foot in the door, this is the course for you.
Follow the link to our website which has even more information. Please note that places are limited so don’t miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime, and the break you have always wanted.
We also have an aftercare Facebook page that is only open to those who take the course, this will include advice & job opportunities as we often hear of these before they go live.
We have even included a split payment option if this helps.
Book now as places are limited.
After the course you will be given a booklet containing even more useful information and samples of paperwork we go though over the day.
Flexible Payment Options for Your Convenience
We offer flexible payment options through our secure payment link, making it more accessible for you to pursue your dreams in the media industry.
This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to jump-start your career in the media industry. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from seasoned professionals and chart your path to success.
Ready to Begin Your Journey? Enrol Today and Embrace Your Future in Film and TV
Mary’s career started in the design department at BBC Television in the early 80s and since then she has worked around the world including Stonehenge: Decoded for National Geographic; produced 24 episodes of the award-winning drama series Bishaash in Bangladesh; 30 episodes of Taste of Life for BBC Media Action in Cambodia and the award-winning documentary Ice Bear.
She has recently produced series one and 2 of London Kills for Acorn TV in the US and is in development with series 3 and 4 alongside a new contemporary drama series for BBC Daytime.
Tracey’s career started as a wardrobe operative at the BBC in the late 1980s, progressing through to costume supervisor for “Stella” and “The Turn of the Screw” until she reached her goal of Costume Designer on “Murder Investigation Team” and “Crime Stories”.
She was the Series Costume Designer for “Casualty” and Head of Costume for Talkback Thames “The Bill” when they were awarded Best Soap and Continuing Drama at their respective BAFTAs.
Tracey has always been passionate about nurturing and training crew and she set up Set Etiquette to provide training and support for the next generation of film and television personnel.
She has project managed the ScreenSkills’ First Break scheme for Amazon Studios and Hartswood Films on “The Devils Hour series one and 2” and series one of “Inside Man”.
Tracey is a BAFTA member and has been on the judging panels for the costume craft awards in both London and BAFTA Cymru.
We are delighted to announce that Andrew Minns has agreed to join us as one of our course leaders. With over 25 years’ experience in coaching and mentoring, Andrew’s 90 min session will be incorporated into this 2-day course.
The importance of making effective, positive impressions on those we work with will be the key area for discussion during Andrew’s session. This will prove especially relevant when embarking on a career within the intense, fast-paced arena that is the TV and FILM industry.
Andrew will work to improve your resilience, helping you create a positive, lasting impact on your future work colleagues. This will be a positive advantage, both as an invaluable tool, not only for your chosen career within this rewarding industry, but also a useful and rewarding life skill.
You can apply for a bursary if you: