The hugely popular RTS Futures training fair returns for 2016
KICKSTART 2016 BY GETTING YOUR FIRST JOB IN TELEVISION!
Are you ready to take your first steps in the TV Industry? Want to meet some of the most influential TV Industry people to help you make your dreams come true?
RTS Futures is offering you an exclusive opportunity to get your foot in the door by meeting some of the decision makers who can help you break into the TV Industry.
This annual event will introduce you to leading companies who are looking for people JUST LIKE YOU to join them! Network and learn about their training schemes, find out EXACTLY what they’re looking for, and get crucial tips on how to stand out from the crowd!
PLUS bring your resume and have it evaluated in our CV clinic - staffed by some of the most influential creatives in TV. Find out how you need to tweak it to have it stand out from the piles they receive every single week.
Attending companies include BBC Academy, BBC Talent Network, Channel 4, Creative Access, Curve Media, Endemol Shine Group, Evolutions, FremantleMedia UK, Guardian Edinburgh International TV Festival, ITN, ITV Studios, Latimer Group, London360, London Live, Mama Youth Project, Pinewood Studios, RDF Group, Roundhouse (Bloomberg Broadcast Programme), Sara Putt Associates, Viacom and Warner Bros. Television Production UK
Attend the RTS Training Fair on Monday the 25th January and make 2016 the year you get your first BIG BREAK into Television.
See last year's Training Fair highlights video here:
There will be four sessions throughout the afternoon starting at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm and 7pm, which will last 45 minutes each.
Please note, you may only book into ONE session, which will last a maximum of 45 minutes. Each session will start on the hour.
Tickets are £10.00.
Tickets for full members of the Royal Television Society are complimentary but MUST be booked in advance – please provide your membership number when booking.
All tickets are non-refundable.
This event is open to all RTS Futures members or RTS Full Members but is designed for those with no more than two years’ television experience.