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Category: Mentoring Scheme

 
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11 October 2018

TV Exec Tracy Forsyth Becomes New WFTV Mentoring Scheme Producer

We are delighted to announce that former BBC Worldwide exec, Tracy Forsyth is the new Producer of the Women in Film and Television Mentoring Scheme, which offers a six month programme of support and career development for women with at least seven years’ industry experience. Forsyth, who has worked in the industry for 25 years, […]

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03 October 2018

2019 WFTV Mentoring Scheme: Time Running Out to Apply

The WFTV Mentoring Scheme is aimed at women working in creative, craft, technical or business roles who have at least seven years experience in the industry. The scheme will run from February – July 2019. Successful applicants will get six hours of mentoring from a hand-picked mentor over six months, as well as an intensive […]

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20 November 2017

2018 WFTV Mentoring Scheme Participants Announced!

Women in Film and Television is delighted to announce the 20 women who have been selected to join the WFTV Mentoring Scheme. The scheme, which aims to support mid-career level women working in TV and film, starts in February 2018 and is supported by EON Productions, Pinewood Studios, BBC, Channel 4, Avid, Lionsgate, Twickenham Studios […]

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06 July 2017

“Only thrill seekers should apply!” – Learn more about the WFTV Mentoring Scheme

Since its inception eight years ago, Nicola Lees has been producing the WFTV Mentoring Scheme. In that time, she has helped 140 women develop their careers and build a supportive peer group. Here she tells us more about how the scheme works and what those who get on it can expect, with a little help […]

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