Applications are now closed
They will be assessed by the National Film and Television School (NFTS) and the relevant colleges for each course. NFTS will contact all successful and unsuccessful applicants on or before Friday 7th February.
Screen Yorkshire and the National Film and Television School (NFTS) are currently recruiting for six new courses that will provide students with industry-recognised UK craft certificates for film and TV.
The six new craft courses in construction, lighting, grip, hair & make-up, costume and production assistant (scripted), will be delivered by NFTS, one of the leading film schools in the world, in partnership with Leeds College of Building, University Centre Leeds, Keighley College, BECTU Grips and Crane Technicians Branch. They will be taught by industry professionals and include work placements and on-set experience.
No previous film and TV experience is necessary, but training is an investment both for the candidate and the provider, so candidates must demonstrate a clear commitment to achieving a high level of proficiency and dedication to the craft. The courses are specifically targeted towards students who want to break into film and television. We want to address under representation within the screen industries by encouraging people to apply whatever their background.