This course is designed to ensure that best practice is consistent throughout all productions on Film & TV Drama productions in Ireland. In this stressful time of lockdown, Screen Skills Ireland and Screen Skillnet came together to create a programme that would take advantage of this quiet time to upskill busy Production Managers and Line Producers who so rarely get an opportunity to participate on training courses.
This course is offered free of charge to support the Irish creative screen industries impacted by the ongoing situation with COVID-19.
The course will run for 90 minutes every day and cover the following topics:
1. Setting-up Production
2. A refresher on legal issues and contracts with Brian Gormley, Philip Lee exploring
3. S481 with Elaine Gill, Clancy Tax Advisors updating on the changing landscape of S481
4. 1st Session – Health and Safety
2nd Session – Insurance and Insurance claims with John O’Sullivan, Media Insurance
5. HR & IR issues
This course, run in partnership with Screen Skillnet, is aimed at Production Managers and Line Producers currently working in the Film & TV Drama Sector on both large and small budget productions.
The course has limited places and only applicants that have worked as a Production Manager or Line Producer on a Film or TV Drama project, including shorts, will be considered.
We will look at running this course in the future for up and coming Production Managers and Line Producers.
Please apply online by Tuesday 5th May at 12pm.
Please note places on this course are limited and applicants are assessed on their CVs so please make sure you upload an up to date CV.
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