Mentoring offers professionals at all levels and disciplines an opportunity to avail of mentoring supports or to engage a mentor at key stages in their professional development. Mentoring can work in different ways, depending on the up-skilling requirements, structure, and focus. It may include business mentorship, creative mentorship or have a technical focus.
Mentors include a wide range of award-winning industry professionals Screen Skills Ireland, the skills development unit within Screen Ireland, is delighted to announce the introduction of a new structured mentoring scheme, Screen Mentoring. Over 100 Irish and international industry professionals from the film, TV, animation, VFX and Immersive Technology sectors have signed up to be
In late 2019 Screen Skills Ireland will launch a new structured Mentoring Funding Scheme that will offer screen professionals mentoring support at key stages in their career development that will encompass business, creative and/or technical mentoring. In advance of the launch of the funding scheme Screen Skills Ireland are assembling a new panel of diverse and experienced mentors to support this initiative. The new Mentor
Screen Training Ireland in association with Galway Film Centre and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and are pleased to announce a new writing mentorship scheme aimed at writers from and/or currently based in the WRAP* counties Clare, Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo. Writers will be invited to submit ideas for genres including feature film or TV series
The Screen Training Ireland and Animation Skillnet Mentoring Fund for Digital Production is an initiative that offers professionals at all levels and in all digital disciplines an opportunity to avail of mentoring supports or to engage a mentor at key stages in their professional development. The mentor or mentoring arrangement can be local or international