These are organisations or individuals which support some or all of MITA's formal objectives, but they are not necessarily training providers.
0207 704 9386
Working with young people at risk in the community, in prisons, in secure children’s homes and hospitals, we run workshops to create award winning TV programmes, photographs, DVDS, CDs and resource packs which are used to educate and inform others. Film It workshops are taught by industry professionals on broadcast quality equipment.
A Film It workshop offers young people the chance to: see a different, more positive future; gain skills that are needed in the workplace; create a CV to gain employment or further training.
Film It was the winner of the Best Broadcast by Young People at the C&YPN Positive Images Awards 2008.
Students from Film It are looking for the following opportunities:
The Tea Building
56 Shoreditch High Street
020 7613 7676
Film London is the capital's film and media agency. We sustain, promote and develop London as a major international film-making and film cultural capital. This includes all the screen industries based in London - film, television, video, commercials and new interactive media.
Film London currently delivers Market Place, Skillset's New Entrant Training Scheme for the sales sector; Assistant Location Manager Training; and the Company Placement Scheme.
Students from Film London are looking for the following opportunities:
180-182 Fazeley Street
0121 753 4866
First Light Movies funds and inspires film projects with five to 19-year-olds throughout the UK.
Since launching in 2001, it has enabled over 12,000 budding young filmmakers to write, act, shoot, light, direct and produce over 800 films. Working with filmmakers and organisations, First Light Movies films cover a diverse range of topics and genres, and make use of accessible digital film technology.
31 Friars Place Lane
020 8740 8802
Jacqueline Davis provides executive and high performance coaching, training in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), consultancy and fundraising services.
She has over 22 years experience of providing training and development services for the media and creative industries. For 18 years she was CEO of Connections Communications Centre and its wholly owned subsidiary Ravenscourt Media.
She is currently providing executive coaching, high performance and career coaching, communication workshops for teams, motivation workshops for jobseekers and young people and NLP for business seminars. Jacqueline is a Chartered Director with the Institute of Directors, a master NLP practitioner and a hypnotist.
52 High Road
020 8442 0442
The Phoenix is one of London's leading independent cinemas and one of the oldest cinemas in the UK. The Phoenix has a renowned programme of new releases, independent, foreign-language and specialist films, plus a repertoire of old and new classics. It offers a kids clu, regular events, festivals and one-off talks and screenings, workshops for schools, and film classes.
The Old Farm House.
Tickincor Lower, Clonmel,
Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Profile Media Services specialises in the provision of training in make-up and hair for the film and television industries. Our courses include Laying on facial hair, Ladies hair cutting and styling, Men's hair cutting and styling, and Setting and dressing ladies’ long hair. We also offer a range of courses in the use of prosthetics, airbrushing and wigs to HD standard. Many of our courses are supported by Skillset.
Students from Profile Media Services are looking for the following opportunities:
2 Robert Street
London SW9 0DJ
Raw Material promotes access and opportunity in media education, production and professional development. Education provision consists of creative music, songwriting, instrumental tuition and studio production courses, video film production and post production courses. Professional development consists of artist development bursaries and film production bursaries. Professional services consist of studio recording, mixing and mastering, video film production and editing, sound track production and programme production.
Students from Raw Material Music and Media are looking for the following opportunities:
15 Priest End
Shaun Moore Design was established in 1997 following the closure of the BBC Design Department to help fill the training gap with practical, vocational courses in design skills for art department. Shaun Moore is a busy production designer, with extensive teaching experience. A practising architect, he taught at Oxford School of Architecture for several years, and was then appointed Professor of Architecture, Kansas State University. In 1994 he joined the BBC, becoming Senior Designer, and taught Design for Film & TV at Chelsea College of Art. Now an NVQ Assessor and Skillst Careers Advisor, Shaun Moore still works as a set designer in the UK and abroad. Between design contracts, his well-established CPD short courses are particularly appropriate for freelance designers and assistants. Courses can be tailored to individual needs and can be offered on a one-to-one basis. They have flexible course dates, are practical, and project-based. They are intended to introduce new techniques, sharpen up existing skills, and 'sort out bad habits'.
Students from Shaun Moore Design are looking for the following opportunities:
01494 677 903
ShortCourses@NFTS is the professional training arm of the National Film and Television School. We offer over 70 courses in every discipline from Research to HD Lighting. We offer a number of Skillset-supported courses as well as comprehensive training for the film and television industies. Our courses include: Production Managers' Diploma (one year); the Directors Series (4 one-week modules); week-long courses in DV training; and a range of bespoke courses.
Students from ShortCourses@NFTS are looking for the following opportunities:
N & P Complex
Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath
The Production Guild is a representative body for production accountants, financial administrators and production executives working in film and television drama. We deliver a range of accredited training programmes for new entrants and industry professionals funded by the Lottery through the Skillset Film Skills Fund and the UK feature film industry. We run two annual new entrant schemes: the Assistant Production Accountant Training Scheme and Assistant Production Co-Ordinator Training Scheme. In addition we deliver a number of professional development programmes aimed at current practitioners including: PG Progress – Production Management for individuals keen to progress to the next level of their careers as production managers; PG Progress – Accounts II, a fast-track programme for those wishing to move into production accounting; and PG Empowers, a seminar programme designed to expand the working knowledge of existing industry professionals.
Students from The Production Guild are looking for the following opportunities: