We are creating a framework of experienced freelance trainers and training organisations from the screen industries to provide training services on an as needed basis. The actual training needs will be identified as the strategy unfolds.
The freelance trainers and training organisations must have a particular insight into their area of expertise and they must be able to provide clear and informed training to companies and freelancers.
The areas of screen industry development that we have required freelance trainers and training organisations in the past and may require during the strategy are:
|Ulster Scots Broadcasting Fund (USBF) Trainee Producer Scheme & Aim High Producer Scheme, CINE Fact Ent Training Bootcamp||Design and delivery of induction training and training boot camps covering all aspects of production and the bigger picture of the industry|
|Aim High, Irish Language Broadcast Fund (ILBF) & USBF Scheme, CINE Programme||CV workshops|
|Aim High, USBF, CINE Programme & The Pixel Mill Platform||Creative leadership|
|New Entrant Training Scheme, CINE Scheme||Set etiquette|
|Aim High & USBF Scheme & CINE Programme||Pitching & ideation|
|Aim High, USBF & CINE Scheme||How to write and present your best-self|
|Aim High, ILBF & USBF Scheme & CINE Programme||Self-shoot and edit training|
|Aim High & USBF Scheme & CINE Programme||Techniques on interviewing contributors|
|Aim High & USBF Scheme & CINE Programme||Factual storytelling|
|New entrant training & freelance crew & Craft & Technical Trainee Scheme & CINE Programme||H&S training for the creative industries|
|Bespoke training for crew & CINE trainees||Movie Magic training|
|Bespoke training for crew & CINE Programme||Production co-ordinating training|
|Bespoke training for crew & CINE Programme||Final draft training|
|Bespoke training for crew||Step into Locations|
|Bespoke training for crew||Step into Production Accounting & Accountancy training modules|
|New Entrant Training, & Freelance crew & CINE Programme||Emergency First Aid in The Workplace training|
|Aim High & USBF Scheme||Copyright workshop|
|Aim High & USBF Training||Formats masterclass|
|Aim High & USBF Training & CINE Programme||Researcher training|
|Mentoring across all sectors & CINE Programme||Designing mentoring packages as part of CPD|
|CINE Programme||Personal development workshops|
|New Entrant Training, Aim High, ILBF & USBF Training||Resilience and Mental Health Awareness Training|
|Bespoke Training for Irish language writers (Fluency in Irish essential)||Writing for the screen|
|Irish language drama productions (Fluency in Irish essential)||Script editing and development|
|New Entrant Training Scheme & CINE Programme||Set Ready training|
This list is not exhaustive and we welcome applications from freelance trainers and training organisations who offer screen industry training in areas not listed above.
It must be understood that there is absolutely no guarantee that Northern Ireland Screen will need any of these services either listed above or sent in separately.
Individuals who wish to be considered for inclusion on Northern Ireland Screen’s Trainers list must be able to demonstrate the following minimum professional criteria:
- Have a relevant qualification in the area applied, for example Accountancy – be a member of an accountancy body and at least 3 years post qualification experience.
- Have a minimum of 12 consecutive months experience in screen industry training in the area of expertise applied for.
- have a minimum of 12 consecutive months experience of providing advice or guidance to companies, freelancers or teams working within the screen industry.
- evidence an excellent knowledge of the screen industries in the UK and Ireland as well as a good knowledge of international screen industry practice within their area of specialty.
In support of the above criteria, freelance trainers and training organisations must submit a CV and a cover letter clearly outlining their relevant experience to the area or areas applied for, with two references to [email protected].
Please clearly state the daily rate in your cover letter.
All successful tenderers will be required to undergo an Access NI check.
Please note applicants should only forward their interest to this email address, if an applicant wishes to forward their interest by post please address the applications to:
Northern Ireland Screen
21 Alfred Street
If contracted, you will be classed as supplier to Northern Ireland Screen and will be liable for your own HMRC and VAT payments.
Closing date for this call is Friday 29th March 2024.
If your application is shortlisted you may be required to attend for an interview.
PERIOD OF SERVICE
It is anticipated that subject to the continuing availability of funding the framework will be live for a maximum of 12 months, reviewed at 6 months. It should be noted that Northern Ireland Screen cannot guarantee a level of work.
It is anticipated that service provision will commence for successful applications on signature of contract.
Individuals applying must not make assumptions that Northern Ireland Screen has prior knowledge of them or their service provision and they will only be evaluated on the information provided in their response.
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
The service provider must confirm that they have no conflict of interest or perceived conflict of interest in delivering this service.
The successful service provider must not allow themselves to be placed in a position where their personal interests are in conflict (or could be in conflict) with the interests or business of Northern Ireland Screen.
Payment will be made following receipt and approval by Northern Ireland Screen of a detailed invoice emailed to [email protected] and with an unique Purchase Order Number.