Post-Production co-ordinator course
The Production Guild has launched its latest training course, for those wishing to become a post-production co-ordinator.
The one-week intensive scheme is aimed at those wishing to make the move into post-production as the next stage in their long-term film career.
The scheme runs from 10am-2pm each, highlighting the fact it is ideally designed for those already working within the industry - maybe as a production assistant or production co-ordinator - who want to step into post-production, update their skills and/or get back to work after a career break, particularly for return-to-work parents.
It is held at 01Zero-One, Hopkins Street, London W1 from 7 December-11 December from 10am-2pm each day. The course is heavily subsidised by Creative Skillset. The deadline for applications is 24 November; you can get full details here.
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