Our Federation members represent some of the most exciting organisations from across the Creative Industries. We have curated a snapshot of our members’ activities from across the Creative Industries, including events and opportunities.
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Leeds Creative Skills Festival
The Leeds Creative Skills Festival highlights the exciting and diverse range of opportunities in the creative and cultural industries. The festival takes place 14–18 November with a showcase event at the Leeds first direct arena on 17 November.
Engage with young people and help with careers resources. Find out about support available to employers including freelancers such as help with recruiting apprenticeships and access to funding and training.
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Like Flying – National Theatre of Scotland
LIKE FLYING is a creative, transformative project to enable young people to reach their potential, increase their wellbeing and build resilience. The project invites 13 to 14-year-olds to learn aerial performance methods over a three-week residency, led by artist Nic Green resulting in a final performance within their school. The project is taking place in four Scottish local authority areas in 2022/23 engaging 120+ young people.
British Council – Current opportunities
New opportunities are now open for applications with the British Council’s global Creative Economy programme. They are looking for consultants, organisations and researchers to work with them on projects in Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kuwait and Mexico.
Deadline: Monday 26 September
Made By Tottenham – Advisory Board Member Role
Join Made By Tottenham and support the legacy of the Mayor of London’s first Creative Enterprise Zone. To drive the vision and strategy of Made By Tottenham, Haringey Council are creating an Advisory Board to develop the future of the project, ensuring the creative community is supported, and that Made By Tottenham has a sustainable legacy.
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Keychange Participant Programme 2023 – Open Call
Keychange supports women and gender minority artists and innovators to take part in an extensive talent development programme of showcases, panels, workshops, mentoring and creative sessions. The year-long programme takes place at 13 festivals across Europe and Canada, including 2 full network meet-ups in February and September. As well as exporting opportunities, the Keychange talent development programme helps participants to get to the next stage in their career through targeted training.
Deadline: Wednesday 28 September
Help to Grow: Management Programme for business leaders
London College of Fashion
The Fashion Business School is offering a new subsided programme for senior managers of small and medium-sized businesses looking to reach the next level, increase productivity and grow revenue. The programme is 90% government funded for eligible UK companies, involving 12 weeks of executive learning to fit around your working week, a network of nationwide alumni group, and 1:1 mentor support.
Film London: British Film Commission Communications Consultant / Manager
Deadline: Tuesday 4 October 2022, 10am
The British Film Commission (BFC) are looking for an experienced and self-motivated Communications Consultant / Manager to work on a Freelance or Part time, Fixed Term Contract basis with our Communications team to manager and deliver communications support for the British Film Commission over the period of the contract.