It is exciting to see the 4Skills Work Experience programme featured in the TELEVISUAL this week. Click here to read the full article.
The 4 Skills work experience programme is designed for students to help bridge the gap between their school studies and potential careers. The programme is comprised of five virtual modules that introduce students to real careers and real people while exploring the thriving creative TV and entertainment industries.
Each module delves into a different aspect of television and broadcasting, including:
The programme enables students to not only learn about industry work, but also take on real-world challenges in order to learn about potential creative career matches. They can also gain insider knowledge from current Channel 4 employees about what makes for a successful creative career.
The next 4Skills Work Experience programme will begin on February 1st, 2023. If you would like to take part, simply visit our website and register your interest.
4Schools brings creative careers in TV and Broadcasting into the classroom through a mix of interactive learning, expert led workshops and dedicated programme resources.
There are lots of ways your school can get involved in the programme! Registering on our website will give you access to a host of free resources (including printable handouts, information sheets and curriculum led lesson plans) and the ability to enter our national competition once it's live. For eligible schools, you will also be able to book the workshop of your choice for either virtual, or face to face delivery in your school.
Our competition is national, meaning every school in the UK can get involved and submit an entry.
4Schools is a programme dedicated for learners aged between 11-16.
Our workshops are currently only available to schools located in:
In England, 4Schools provides content and resources to aid in the achievement of Gatsby benchmarks 2, 4, 5 and 7.
But no matter where you are in the UK, our content and resources are designed to help enrich your curriculum and aid the learning and development of your students.
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