Applications are open now for the SAFC's Skilling South Australia Initiative, a Screen Industry Training Program offering tailored training and skilling for 50 South Australians to discover new career pathways in the screen industry.
Placements are available for 25 South Australian workers with transferable skills from adjacent industries such as performing and visual arts, festivals and events, accountancy, trades, construction and more to undergo training to join the screen industry for the first time, and for 25 existing crew to be upskilled to fill key roles to meet the demands of the film sector.
Training is available across the following roles and departments:
Find out more and apply online at https://www.safilm.com.au/industry-and-skills#skillingsa
Applications will be prioritised from groups under-represented in the South Australian screen industry including:
* Female and female identifying practitioners
* First Nations practitioners
* Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) practitioners
* Deaf and disabled practitioners
* LGBTQIA+ practitioners
* Practitioners from regional and remote South Australia
Skilling SA Screen Industry Training is supported by the Government of South Australia.
For bookings and information on specific access and transport.