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Want to work in TV?
by Jamie Fletcher - Tuesday, 25 April 2017, 12:36 PM
 

Kickstart your television career by applying for one of 60 free places on The
Network. Learn from industry experts and top programme-makers on this FREE
four-day intensive practical course. You’ll also be paired with a mentor and
get access to our Network at Work job placement programme.  Applications
close Friday 28 April, 11pm. tiny.cc/thenetwork17 

Here's five benefits of the
talent scheme from Edinburgh TV Festival:



1. Learn practical TV
Skills
 - Networkers get behind the camera, working with
the teams behind Holby City, Let It Shine and Sky News, all culminating in a
live TV show event.



2. Networking -
delegates receive one-on-one CV and career advice from Talent Managers and
attend networking masterclasses and Festival parties.



3. Mentoring -
 delegates are paired with an industry mentor for a year after the
Festival. 



4. Exclusive paid placements -
We help Networkers to find their first job in TV, through our Network at Work
scheme. We've had Networkers working on shows like HuntedBlue Peter and Eastenders.



5. It's FREE! -
The four days delegates spend in Edinburgh are literally a money-can't-buy
experience - we even cover their food and accommodation.

https://twitter.com/TheNetwork_TV/status/856450511842816000


You've got until 28 April to apply for @TheNetwork_TV - a FREE training scheme to help
you kickstart a career in TV: http://tiny.cc/NetworkApply 




http://www.thetvfestival.com/talent-schemes/the-network/?utm_source=Network+outreach+contacts&utm_campaign=246d9889ac-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_04_21&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_35ba75c652-246d9889ac-88290025

“It was the most worthwhile experience of my life. To be around people who had a
passion for TV like me (having never studied or mingled with many TV people
before) was exhilarating. I felt assured that I had found my place in the
world.” -2016 Delegate