Netflix, WarnerMedia Film and TV Apprenticeships

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Netflix and WarnerMedia Film and TV apprenticeships in London, England.

Here’s your chance to join the film and TV industry as an apprentice with an opportunity of working on upcoming TV shows and movies including ‘The Crown’, ‘Pennyworth’, ‘The Batman’, ‘Fantastic Beasts 2’ and ‘The Witcher’ with the ScreenSKills Apprenticeship Program.

According to the opportunity listing, ScreenSkills will hire 20 people as apprentices on fixed-term contracts for 14 to 17 months. In that time period, apprentices will do a range of work with Netflix and the WarnerMedia group and training with specialized training providers. It is part of a new program supported by the Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport that aims to help more people get into the film and TV industries without having been to film school or getting a degree.

All apprentices will receive compensation of £19,565 (the London living wage) for a 35-hour week (plus any paid overtime). The Royal Television Society is a proud supporter of the initiative and is offering free membership for all successful candidates and some bursaries.

Apprentices can train to become either an assistant production accountant or a broadcast production assistant.

From ScreenSkills:

Assistant production accountant apprenticeship

  • 17 months
  • Provisional start date: 1 July
  • 10 places available

An assistant production accountant is part of a team of accountants that work to get a film made. They support the production accountants in managing the financial control of one or more productions and work with the production accountant and production accounting manager to make sure accurate financial information is delivered on time.

You can read a more detailed description for this role here [PDF]. The training (separate from the work placement) for this apprenticeship will be based in central London.

Broadcast production assistant apprenticeship

  • 14 months
  • Provisional start date: 1 July
  • 10 places available

Broadcast production assistants help the director or producer make sure a film or TV production runs smoothly. This role is technical, creative and administrative and can include supervising set-up and operation of production equipment, helping plan programme format and research scripts, maintaining production records and hiring equipment

How to apply:

To apply or for more information click here.

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