Given the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Essential Screen Skills will continue to monitor the situation and its impact on industry and schools. Essential Screen Skills will continue to develop and adapt their program appropriately and in line with the evolving situation.
The Screen and Media Gateway to Industry Schools project is a partnership between Essential Screen Skills and the Queensland Government. The project provides opportunities for students and teachers to participate in valuable experiences, broaden knowledge and attend industry-led events. It promotes understanding of the screen and media industry and provides key information about pathways to further education, training and employment in the sector.
In partnership with key industry stakeholders, the project provides real world opportunities for students, teachers and schools to access:
- panels and workshops
- teaching resources and professional development
- careers and pathway guides to future work
- work placements and industry work experience.
Gateway schools will be able to actively engage and connect with key industry stakeholders to create strong connections and pathways for their students.
Interested schools can contact the project manager to register for more information.
Current screen and media schools include:
- Indooroopilly State High School.
- Email Essential Screen Skills to receive project updates.