Switched On: Screen Industry Careers

Teachers' Notes to support the delivery of the Switched On careers resource
Teachers' Notes to support the delivery of the Switched On careers resource




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Into Film have partnered with the BFI to create Switched On: Careers in the Screen Industry, a brand-new free resource providing anyone who offers careers advice to young people the most up-to-date tools and knowledge about the creative screen industries.

Support young people aged 11-19 to make informed decisions about their future. Switched On helps to close the gap, bust myths, extend reach and raise awareness of opportunities in the screen industries across the UK. The resource also includes an activity sheet and information on shortage roles, pen portraits and useful links to resources, courses and training across the UK.

Download this great free resource today and start making plans for National Careers Week (6-11 March 2023).

The careers resource pack includes:

  • Teacher Assembly PowerPoint Presentation with accompanying teachers' notes
  • Careers Educator Guide - An informative guide to careers in the screen industries
  • Screen Industries Careers Roadmap Activity - An activity sheet that young people can complete to help them think about their route into the screen industries. 

This resource includes


This Resource Supports

  • Careers
  • Film

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