If you are working in locations and looking to further your career we would like to invite you to apply to the Production Guild’s Assistant Location Manager Training Scheme.
Giving you the skills and experience necessary to take your career to the next level you will work closely with experienced film and TV location managers throughout the course.
You will share their experience and knowledge through practical on set learning, online learning, classroom learning and through one to one mentor support.
To be eligible to apply you must have professional experience of working in a film, TV or a commercials production environment, preferably in a locations department, or within a department which involves working on locations.
Currently, two schemes are running concurrently in the South East and in Scotland until March 2015. The scheme will last up to six months delivered over 7 weekends in the South East and in Scotland.
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01753 651767
"I am delighted to run this course for The Production Guild. It will be the most comprehensive training scheme for location assistants; taught and mentored by the top location managers working in film and TV today.
Giving you the most comprehensive understanding and knowledge of working on location, this course will provide you with the confidence and contacts to further your career within UK location departments"
Harriet Lawrence, Location Manager, Suffragette, Burton and Taylor, Fleming, Parks and Recreation, Downton Abbey and Dancing on the Edge.
The course will cover
The fee for this course is only £600 plus VAT = £720. We are able to bring you this course at this very low cost as it is subsidised by Creative Skillset. The full cost without the subsidy would be £3500 + VAT per person.
If you have any enquiries please do email us at the same address or call the office on 01753 651 767.
Assistant Location Managers Training was developed and delivered by Film London and funded by Creative Skillset from 2006-2009. The Production Guild would like to thank Film London for their support in developing this new programme.