Since 1989, BAFTA has continued to specifically champion the film, television and video game industries in Scotland by celebrating excellence, championing new Scottish talent and reaching out to the public.
UK trade association for picture libraries and agencies, with 420 + member companies, who in turn manage 450+ million images. BAPLA's aims are to promote best practice and dialogue through its work in education, network, lobbying, promotion and research.
The College of Production provides practical advice on all aspects of working in television, radio and online broadcast. This website is for everyone who wants to get into, get better and go further in their broadcast career.
The BBC College of Journalism supplies resources and training tools for BBC journalists and for the first time this wealth of information covering every aspect of TV, radio, and online journalism is available to everyone.
The BBC College of Production is for people across the UK, who are making or want to make programmes and content. Largely video based, the BBC aim to share as much in-house knowledge and learning through hints and tips, advice and practical 'How-to' clips
An information evening was held at BBC Scotland in Glasgow to help prospective applicants to the Production Co-ordinator Training Programme find out more about what the job entails and if it would be the career choice for them.
Successful young people working in the TV industry shared their experience of getting into and staying in the industry at the RTS Futures' Ultimate TV Careers Fair on 1 February in London. One of the hot topics under discussion was whether it is now more
Creative Skillset and Hiive are working together with a number of community partners to broaden and improve diversity across the Creative Industries. Through tailored recruitment events, Career Kickstarter connects employers with employment-ready talent.