Training Courses

Find out about the lastest training courses and bursaries both within Yorkshire & Humber and nationally.

Skillset Bursaries

Skillset TV Fund Bursaries are grants for you to spend on a pre-selected range of courses covering skills in:

  • Leadership and Management

    You could get up to £1000 (freelancer) or £625 (employee) for Leadership and Management courses. Find out below whether you are eligible, how to apply for a bursary and what makes multiplatform training so important.

Leadership and Management bursaries

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The Film Course Directory on Shooting People

shooting-peopleInterested in learning new skills? The Film Course Directory on Shooting People is a comprehensive resource that gives film creatives access to training providers across the UK in all areas of filmmaking, including camera, lighting, sound, directing, writing, animation, acting, producing and more. The Directory is available to everyone - not just members of Shooting People - however, members have the additional benefit of regular updates on film courses through the Shooting People email bulletins. Members can also ask for course recommendations from other members as well as find jobs, debate technologies, get funding and find collaborators.

The Film Course Directory on Shooting People

Indie Training Fund

Indie Training Fund (ITF) provides half-day and full-day courses for TV and digital media practitioners and bespoke development for its member companies – all this training is heavily subsidised. It is established, funded and run by its Member Companies, whose donations are invested strategically in appropriate training and development initiatives.

Member Companies make annual donations to ITF to fund training initiatives for the sector, including ITF’s short courses programme, in.indie scheme, open forum events, and the newly launched ITF Freelancer scheme.

Training areas include Creative Development; Production; People Skills; Business, Finance & Legal; and short courses.

Email for more details about joining ITF as a Member Company or ITF Freelancer or visit Indie Training Fund

Case StudyDan Moger, Trainee Grip

Wuthering Heights Working as a Screen Yorkshire trainee on WUTHERING HEIGHTS has kick-started my career and given me my first introduction to working on 35mm shoots as a Trainee Grip. The experience I gained was invaluable; allowing me to hone my skills and boost my knowledge and understanding of the job, as well as making valuable industry contacts.

Screen Yorkshire has been amazing; offering support, training and contacts which have further consolidated my offering as a media freelancer living and working in the region. Their ongoing support for the Yorkshire film and television industry and its freelancers is vital.