About this event
This workshop will be delivered by former members of the Armed Forces, leading experts in this field, whose current credits include, `His Dark Materials’ `A Discovery of Witches’ `Industry’ and `I Hate Suzie’, discussing their experiences since leaving service life, the diverse range of activities undertaken and skill range required to work within the sector.
The course will be held at the SAW classroom in Wolf Studios Wales on Saturday 14th May from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
This workshop is specifically aimed at people who are interested in pursuing a career within Health and Safety and is looking for applicants with either H&S experience or a military/emergency services background.
Numbers are limited so, to apply for this event, please enter your details on the linked form (here) and send a CV and a cover letter, expressing your interest, to [email protected]. If you have any questions ahead of this session - feel free to send them to us beforehand at the same address.
“The British Film Commission (BFC) is the national organisation responsible for maximising feature film and television inward investment in the UK. The BFC is the national division of Film London. The BFC leads on encouraging and supporting the production of international feature film and high-end television in the UK; strengthening and promoting the UK’s production infrastructure; and working with the UK Government to ensure film-friendly policies.”
Wolf Studios Wales