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Creatively Developing Futures in Hounslow

Helping Hounslow residents into jobs and education in the screen (film and tv) sector

The project aims to help people living in Hounslow to access employment support and training and find work in the creative industries, specifically the screen sector. Also, to support people already working in creative businesses in the Hounslow Creative Enterprise Zone to gain skills to enable them to progress further in their careers and to help grow the businesses they work within.

Alongside training in specific job skills, participants are supported with barriers to work such as confidence, lack of recent experience, basic skills, job seeking skills or other related barriers such as debt or transport difficulties.

Learners will also complete a 40 hours work placement. Employers will receive training to promote inclusive recruitment and working practices.

Each participant will have a mentor who will mentor them through the programme and on until a sustained job outcome is reached.

Within 4 weeks of finishing training the participants will move into job roles, improve their prospects in their existing role or start further/higher education connected to the film and tv sector.

The courses are delivered in partnership with a range of fantastic organisations with creative sector specialisms.

Our partners include:

Mama Youth Project – based at Sky in West London, Mama Youth Project and JGA help 18-25 years olds from all backgrounds into the TV and media industry through training and work placements. Completers often go on to work for Sky or the BBC.

Hounslow Chamber of Commerce – providing networking & business opportunities for the 18,000 businesses in Hounslow. The Chamber is the voice of business in the region.

West Thames Collegea successful, vibrant FE college. Whether you are a school leaver or an adult looking to update your skills, WTC have a range of courses and apprenticeships to give you the skills and experience you need to fulfil your dreams.

West London’s College – with creative, media design, production and creative sector trade courses, the college, based in Ealing, Hammersmith, Park Royal and Southall, helps young people into creative sectors.

All Spring Mediaa specialist creative and digital media training provider, All Spring Media delivers training to meet the specific needs of each individual client and learner, to create pathways into sustainable employment in the creative media sector.

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