Job: Creative Skillset Trainee Finder – Industry opportunities for students and alumni
Posted on September 24, 2013 by Zayd Dawood
This message should be highly profited upon for those interested in getting a foot in the industry!
Read on to find out how Creative Skillset can help you:
Creative Skillset would like to let you know about an exciting opportunity for your students and alumni to take part in a scheme which could lead to a first step into their industry of choice.
We would like to make your students and alumni aware of Trainee Finder, our new training placement scheme for the film, TV, animation and games industries. We want them to bring their passion and talent to the industry and to give them the chance of getting excellent practical experience.
We are particularly interested in recruiting students and alumni from Ticked courses, who will be eligible to apply as long as they have had less than 12 months paid industry experience.
Please note that students must have graduated within the last 18 months or be able to provide two industry references.
If your students apply and are successfully accepted onto the scheme they will go onto a database that companies can access and they may receive an offer of a training placement in their chosen industry – a vital first foot in the door. All our placements attract a training allowance to cover the trainee’s cost of living whilst they train – and the training will be coming directly from industry so it couldn’t be more relevant.
This scheme is great news for those courses accredited with the Creative Skillset Tick and a brilliant opportunity for students to get experience of industry as soon as they graduate. I would be grateful if you could promote this to your students and alumni and look forward to seeing this bright new talent embarking on their careers.
For more details please visit their website – www.creativeskillset.org/traineefinder
If you have any questions, please get in touch with Ruth Brooks – email@example.com – quoting the CT web site, as the location you heard this from.