Go-to Guide for Screen Industry Careers

Educators Careers Go-to Guide
Educators Careers Go-to Guide


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Our handy Go-to Guide is designed to support careers professionals and educators in understanding the roles available in the screen industries and encouraging young people to pursue these careers.

Whether you're an educator, careers adviser or careers leader, this guide provides a wealth of information and resources to help navigate the diverse and dynamic world of screen careers.

Designed to help careers professionals and educators, this guide will help you support young people to explore careers in the screen industries. Find out what is available to help you answer questions: 

• From young people and their parents/carers 

• From colleagues 

• For your own professional development.


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