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British Film Academy 2021 Craft Skills Course

BFI

BFI FILM ACADEMY 2020/21 Craft Skills Course

Break into Film

As part of the BFI Film Academy specialist course programme, applications are now open for our Craft Skills course for young people aged 16 to 19 across the UK.

Participants will receive advanced and intensive craft sessions focusing on screenwriting, cinematography, sound, directing and editing and take part in masterclasses with award winning film industry experts.

The Specialist course gives the opportunity to work with professional actors and use industry standard equipment to produce a short film within the 7 day residential.

Upon completion, your films will be screened online for industry guests, your friends and family, and you will be given key advice on industry entry and supported to produce a personal development plan to help you with your next steps in film.

Course Dates

The course takes place from Saturday 31st of July to Saturday 7th August 2021.

NB: The course will consist of several evening or weekend sessions from early July covering screenwriting, film watching & group development leading up to the residential course.

(If Covid 19 restrictions remain in place, the course will take place via virtual learning, with a weekend film shoot in Edinburgh for each team. We’ll engage with all course learners to set the most appropriate dates throughout July and August)

Course Fee

We welcome applications no matter your background or previous experience. The course fee is £50, with bursaries available for those who require financial aid to participate.

Applying

Any young person who has previously attended a BFI Film Academy Specialist/Residential course or is currently at University or will be at the time of the course taking place is not eligible to apply.

Applications close 5pm 18th June 2021.

TO APPLY PLEASE CLICK HERE

BFI Web Page: HERE

Screen Education Edinburgh Web Page: HERE

If you have any questions or would like to discuss the opportunity further, please contact course Coordinator Steven Cook steven@screen-ed.org



Modern Apprenticeships with the Scottish Government

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The Scottish Government are currently advertising Modern Apprenticeships in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Salary starts at £20,064 during training rising in increments.

Deadline for application is 27 May 2021.

The following information relates to the Administration and Finance opportunity with in the Glasgow branch of the Scottish Government. The link to apply follows at the end.

Job overview

The recruitment of Modern Apprentices is a fair, open and merit based process (16+) and with permanence from the start of the apprenticeship. Candidates with a disability who meet the essential criteria below will be invited to the interview.

Overview
In April 2019, the First Minister recognised a ‘global climate emergency’ and following the passage of the climate change Bill, Scotland will now be required to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045 with an interim reduction of 75% required by 2030 and 90% by 2040.

Decarbonising the supply of heat to all of Scotland’s buildings is one of the major challenges that will need to be addressed. The 2019 Programme for Government commits the Scottish Government to combining the action we need to take on climate change with our ambition to provide affordable, warm homes.

The Successful candidate will work across three units in the consumers and low carbon division. These units work across policy development, regulation and delivery of Scottish Government programmes which aim to help decarbonise Scotland’s Buildings. As a result of this the chosen candidate will be able to learn from different areas within the division and give them the tools to further develop there Scottish Government career.

Main Duties
• Responsibility for personal assistant support to the C2 Unit Heads of the Heat Strategy, Heat in Buildings Regulation and Energy Efficient Scotland Delivery Units, including inbox and diary management as needed. This will include using MS Outlook to manage the calendars and inboxes of the Unit Heads, management of meeting papers and One Note and operating as a professional and discrete point of contact from and to internal and external sources, and as first point of contact for the three Units.
• Responsibility for arranging key meetings and events for B and C Band Staff across the three units and providing support to the three Units with the coordination of events as required, to meet deadlines.
• Information and knowledge management for the Units, including: – Unit records management using the electronic records management system (eRDM) to store and retrieve documents and leading on information gathering exercises (email trawls, websites etc.).
• Support the budget manager and team leaders in the Energy Efficient Scotland Delivery Unit, processing payments and financial information.
• Responsibility for booking travel for C Band team leaders and Unit heads.

What will I learn?

Throughout the first 12 months the candidate will be expected to gain a relevant SVQ qualification. Support will be provided by a qualified assessor who will work with the successful candidate on a monthly basis. Time will be given to work on your qualification, this includes delivering 2 presentations.

What qualification or qualities are required?

Please read each of the essential criteria and think about a time or an example that can help demonstrate your knowledge/skills.

1. Good interpersonal and team working skills.
2. Knowledgeable in the use of Microsoft office applications.
3. Good written and oral communication skills.
4. Excellent organisational skills with the ability to plan, prioritise and manage workloads to ensure deadlines and objectives are met.

Apply for this apprenticeship

Think this is the right apprenticeship for you? Click the “Apply now” button to start your new career with this apprenticeship.

You need to apply for this vacancy directly on the employer’s site.

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South Lanarkshire Council’s Graduate Level Apprenticeship in Engineering

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South Lanarkshire Council are currently recruiting engineering graduate level apprentices for the Roads and Transport Department.

Why choose a career in Civil Engineering?

Civil Engineering is everything you see that’s been built around us.

It’s about roads and railways, schools, offices, hospitals, water and power supply and much more.  The kind of things we take for granted but would find life very hard to live without.

A career in South Lanarkshire Council’s Roads and Transportation Services offers an interesting and varied choice comprising a number of professional engineering disciplines such as;

  • roads design
  • network and asset maintenance and management
  • traffic and transportation
  • contracting operations
  • structural engineering/bridges
  • flood risk management
  • development management

As a civil engineer, your work influences where people work, relax, learn and live.  There will always be a demand for civil engineers and a career with South Lanarkshire Council offers excellent conditions,  good working environment and job satisfaction.  The council is also committed to Continuous Professional Development to provide a platform for career progression.

What is the Graduate Apprenticeship in Civil  Engineering?

The Graduate Apprenticeship in Civil Engineering develops skills and experience to produce multi-disciplinary graduates.

  • You will study at Glasgow Caledonian University to gain a BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering (Environmental Civil Engineering)
  • After graduation you will be able to gain the qualification of IEng with an industry professional body.
  • During your training you will be a member of South Lanarkshire Council staff.
  • The salary during training will start at £21500 with annual increments available
  • You will be paid as a full time member of staff with the same benefits as other council staff.
  • The Council will cover all course fees.

THIS MEANS NO STUDENT LOANS OR DEBT!!

It’s a ‘No-Brainer’

What will you learn?

The course has been developed by the university in partnership with employers to ensure it meets industry needs.  This is reinforced through significant work based learning which involves a 4 year blended study period with approximately 1/5th of your time spend at university and remainder in the workplace.  The apprenticeship will develop your civil engineering skills and experience in a number of disciplines including structures, construction materials, geotechnics and project management.

How do I apply?

There is a minimum entry requirement for candidates interested in this role.

  • SQA Highers: ABBB including Maths, Physics, Technological Studies or Engineering Science at B.
  • A Foundation Apprenticeship is accepted as equivalent to one higher as part of the overall grade profile of Highers required for entry. Any essential subjects at Higher should still be achieved in addition to the Foundation Apprenticeship

If you meet the entry requirements and would like to apply, please register your interest along with your name, school and contact telephone number to Morag Watt at morag.watt@southlanarkshire.gov.uk

Alternatively you can speak with Mr Colgan or Mr McCarthy for further assistance.

 

 

 

 



DEADLINE for ScotRail Apprenticeship Opportunities 12 May 2021

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ScotRail have a range of Modern Apprenticeship opportunities covering areas such as customer service through to engineering. As a ScotRail apprentice you can enjoy a salary in excess of £16,000 a year whilst training.

Find out more about the range of positions available and to apply by clicking the link to apprenticeship.scot

You’ll need to be very quick though with application deadlines within days!

 



Present The Best Version of You!

You may be applying to university or college or perhaps you plan on going straight into the world of work.

Either way, you will be constructing and writing personal statements, completing application forms, issuing CV’s and/or attending interviews. Regardless of the next step you take, you will want to be sure you are giving yourself the best possible opportunity for success by presenting the best version of you!

Thanks must go to Clyde Gateway, who asked Perceptive Communicators, their PR and Communications partner, to produce a video offering advice and giving tips on how to present the best version of yourself.

Perceptive Communicators are experienced specialists providing PR, interim communications support, marketing, public affairs, research, media training, employee communications, reputation management & crisis communications support, event management and digital and social media support throughout Glasgow, Scotland and the UK, making them a fantastic source for the correct support and advice on skills and techniques.

Click the image below to access the 30 minute video.

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S4/5/6 SQA Timeline Information for Parents and Guardians

Information for S4/5/6 Parents & Guardians regarding Trinity High School’s SQA Timeline.

Please see attached letter from Head Teacher, Mrs Craig, which can be accessed through this link:

LINK: SQA 2021 SQA 2021

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The Foundation Apprenticeships Information Evening – Wednesday 21 April

The Glasgow consortium would like to invite you to attend The Foundation Apprenticeships Information Evening with Live Q&A

About this Event

The Glasgow consortium would like to invite you to attend The Foundation Apprenticeships Information Evening on Wednesday 21st of April at 6:30pm. The event will include a live presentation from Tracey Parker representing Glasgow Kelvin College, City of Glasgow College and Glasgow Clyde College and guest speakers representing employers invested in the FA programme to inform parents/carers and young people about the Foundation Apprenticeship opportunities available to Senior Phase school pupils in 2021.

Foundation Apprenticeships are a work-based learning opportunity for senior-phase secondary school pupils. You will spend time out of school at college or with a local employer, and complete the Foundation Apprenticeship alongside your other subjects like National 5s and Highers. It’s a chance to get valuable work experience and gain an industry recognised qualification. It also lets you try out a career you are interested in while you’re still at school.

The evening will conclude with a live Question & Answer session.

Click here to book and attend this virtual event.



Edinburgh Science Careers Hive Open Day 2021

CAREERS HIVE LIVE+ONLINE 2021 OPEN DAY

Taking place from 10am–2pm on Sat 1st May this event is aimed at teachers, students (with a guardian) and those that work with young people. This is your opportunity to attend our online exhibition, engage with STEM professionals and experience our own take on the traditional careers fair.

To attend the event, you need to book a free place at Eventbrite: www.careershiveliveonline2021.eventbrite.co.uk

Spaces are limited so book straight away. More information can be found in the pdf below.

If you have any questions feel free to contact Matthew at careershive@scifest.co.uk

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Interested in Law? Finance? Business?

SMBP

Social Mobility Business Partnership (SMBP) Work Insight and Skills Week

What: Fantastic ‘virtual’ Work Insight & Skills programme for S5/S6 students interested in a career in law, finance or business.

When:  21-25 June

Who:  S5-S6 students who meet the eligibility criteria (see attached)

Deadline for applications:  Friday, 30 April

Fantastic ‘virtual’ Work Insight & Skills programme for S5/S6 students interested in a career in law, finance or business.

Run by the award winning Social Mobility Business Partnership, this virtual offering will take place during 21st to 25th June 2021. Students will spend up to three hours each day meeting with different high profile organisations where they will learn about that business and get involved in business-like tasks and games. The week will also include a session learning about the psychology of resilience and goal achievement.

Students wishing to take part must:

–       Attend state school; and

–       Have achieved or is on course to achieve a minimum of BBB by end of S5, including English and Mathematics.

And, meet one or more of the following:

–       First generation to attend university; or

–       Are or have been eligible for free school meals in the last 6 years (NB FSM eligibility criteria includes benefits measure and pupil premium links back to FSM eligibility in the last 6 years); or

–       Has received or is eligible for an Education Maintenance Allowance; or

–       Where the young person is, or has been a carer; or

–       If the young person is or has been in the care system; or

–       Lives in a postcode with a SIMD ranking of 1-3 (30% most deprived areas) – you can check here.

How to and next steps

  • Advise Mr McCarthy of your interest ASAP – Deadline is Friday, 30 April

Find out more about SMBP here



ATTENTION! Calling Female Pupils Interested in Law, Finance or Business

CMS

CMS has been in Glasgow for 30 years.  They have over 70 lawyers advising on real estate, corporate, construction, employment, banking, IP/ IT and infrastructure matters. Glasgow is also home to CMS’ Legal Services Unit.

CMS in Scotland has won numerous awards including Legal 500 Scotland Law Firm of the Year, Scottish Business Insider Legal Advisor of the Year as well as Real Estate Team of the Year– all testament to the quality of our people and our relationships with our clients.

CMS have kindly offered female pupils with an interest in these areas the opportunity to take part in a morning virtual session. See below.

The CMS Masterclass event is run in collaboration with Developing the Young Workforce (DYW). It offers female students the opportunity to meet and learn from a group of inspiring professional women from a variety of organisations and backgrounds.

Fantastic ‘virtual’ Work Insight & Skills programme for S4/S5/S6 students interested in a career in law, finance or business. 

CMS Masterclass: making connections, get ahead!

What: An opportunity for female students to hear from leading businesswomen as they share their inspiring stories and tips for a successful career.

When:  Wednesday, 28 April – 09:30 – 12:00

Who:  female students aged 16-19?

Deadline for applications:  Friday, 23 April

What to do next: Advise Mr McCarthy asap of your interest and to take your application forward.

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