Skills and Training

 

Sgil Cymru is the media training provider for the Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media in Wales. Based at Pinewood Studio Cymru in Cardiff, the team has almost 75 years combined experience in bilingual media training and production.                                            

(t): 07843 779 870
help@sgilcymru.com   


ScreenSkills  

Industry skills body for the Creative Industries. It works across film, TV, radio, fashion and textiles, animation, games, VFX, publishing, advertising and marketing communications. It works with and for the Creative Industries to develop skills and talent, supporting productivity and employability.   
 

info@screenskills.com


Ffilm Cymru Wales

Their 'Foot in the Door' scheme offers new opportunities to kickstart creative careers, finding and creating local opportunities to learn and develop valuable skills such as such as carpentry, costume, and hair/make-up on the set of film and TV productions in Wales. These types of skills and roles exist not only in film and TV, but also in the broader creative industries and beyond. 

See their website for contact details and further information.


 

Screen Alliance Wales

A stand-alone philanthropic company created by Bad Wolf as the company’s founders recognise that Wales needs an agency to educate, train and promote TV crews and build a lasting production infrastructure throughout Wales. 

See their website for contact details and further information.


 

It’s My Shout is a training scheme, based in Wales, providing training for all ages interested in gaining experience in Film.

See their website for contact details and further information.


BAFTA Cymru

It is a fundamental part of BAFTA Cymru’s mission to support talent in Wales’ creative community. Each year they carry out a range of initiatives with the aim of nurturing and encouraging Welsh talent to flourish.

 

(t): 029 2022 3898  
 EmmaP@bafta.org 


BECTU Wales 

The UK's media and entertainment trade union; sectors covered include broadcasting, film, independent production, theatre and the arts, live events, leisure and digital media. Career development courses available through BECTU are provided at low cost. Whilst in most cases the courses on our bespoke list are open to members and non-members.

 

 

David Donovan – National Official
(t): 029 2066 6557
 ddonovan@bectu.org.uk


CULT Cymru provides training, advice and support to people in the creative industries in Wales.

Siân Gale

(t): 029 2055 4601
sian@bectu.org.uk