As a New Year begins, so too does many different opportunities and courses brough to you by ScreenSkills. See below for what you could get involved in in 2022!
New hair and make-up training addresses skill shortage in Black hair and make-up for people of colour
A new hair and make-up training course launched by ScreenSkills aims to improve the sector’s skills for Black hair and make-up for people of colour. The programme has industry support from actors, directors and producers and is now encouraging hairdressers and make-up artists with experience of working with Black hair and make-up for people of colour to take part. Read more about the programme.
A new suite of five online training modules has been launched to support people looking to get their first break in the screen industry. Find out more:
New year, new you
Start the New Year by fulfilling some early resolutions and improving your working life by taking part in a course. Why not try one of the below online courses:
- Addressing unconscious bias in the workplace
- Coronavirus basic awareness training
- Introduction to mental health awareness
Or discover your own remote or in-person course on our dedicated training and opportunities page.
Accessibility in animation
Ahead of the publication of a ScreenSkills produced report on accessibility for disabled talent in animation, the Manchester Animation Festival held a panel discussion on the subject. Watch the discussion, in association with Visible in Visuals, here.