Nail the perfect CV

Experienced media recruitment consultants and TV professionals will talk you through the ideal structure, content, do’s and dont’s to really make your CV shine.

Using interactive examples, you will be guided through the process of identifying flaws in CV’s, to help you analyse your own, and also have the chance to ask the experts questions.  

Don’t get left in the pile! Sort your CV and give yourself the best chance of grabbing that job you’re after.

Experts include:

TV Training: Getting In and Getting Noticed | RTS Scotland

You’ve done your training and now you need to break down the seemingly impenetrable walls of the television industry. Our expert panel shows you how:

Kate Efomi – Training Liaison Manager Scotland, ScreenSkills

Jeannot Hutcheson - Talent Manager, Raise the Roof Productions

Kaljeven Singh Lally - Editor and Director

Professor Dario Sinforiani - Head of Production Teaching, University of Stirling

Kevin McCormick - Head of Production, UK Operations, BBC Studios

Jane McLaughlin - Talent Executive, BBC Studios

RTS Futures CV Masterclass

Daniell Morrisey, Senior Editorial Early Careers Schemes Manager, Carrie Britton, Scripted Talent Executive for Drama and Comedy at BBC Studios, and Caroline Carter, Talent Executive for The Documentary Unit at BBC Studios, guide you through each section of the CV, giving their top tips on what to include – and not, and how to make your CV stand out for your next TV job.


From Youtube to TV

Whether you are a presenter, producer, or director, is a broadcast platform more desirable and relevant in creating and distributing content to your desired audience?
Join us as we unravel the blurred worlds of online and broadcast content. Which one is more desirable to work in and on? Are they the same? What has most relevance in the future of the consumption of content? 

VFX & Animation: Meet the Experts

Throughout their careers, our experts have worked across a diverse range of fantastic projects spanning film, TV and advertising, utilising a range of VFX and animation techniques.

Learn how they have made it in the industry, the secrets of their career success and view some examples of their outstanding work, looking at both their creative inspiration and the “nitty gritty” of the technical and logistical aspects that come with this line of work.

Tips in 60 seconds... How to impress in your first job

Getting that first job in TV is tough. So when you've finally got it, how do you make sure you not only keep it, but progress to the next level? Jessica Wilson is a talent executive at Potato, part of ITV studios. Following a degree she worked her way up from researcher to series producer at the BBC and has a brilliant view on the industry. Here she shares her top tips on impressing in an entry level position.