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The ITTP - A Review
Graham Reed Five years ago a group of practitioners who were concerned about the poor training provision and a lack of common skills standards in the broadcast industry formed the ITTP. Since then there have been many meetings with senior industry figures and representatives from training organisations and educational establishments.
Tags: iss127 | ittp | training | bbc | bskyb | soho editors | skills | cirrolite | bksts | skillset | Graham Reed
Contributing Author Graham Reed Click to read
Camera Operation and Training Part 1
Peter Leverick Whilst it might be argued that may be the only difference between LDs & DOPs, the same is not entirely true for Videographers & Broadcast Cameramen. That is not to say that Videographers are necessarily inferior to Broadcast Cameramen but certainly different.
Tags: iss110 | dop | videographer | lighting | skills | education | ittp | Peter Leverick
Contributing Author Peter Leverick Click to read
ITTP Approved Skills scheme: A progress report
Bernard Newnham Back in January 2015 the ITTP the Institute for Training in Television Production - held its second annual conference at Pinewood. Its a way of bringing together people from education and the industry to discuss the problems that affect both. The conferences have been highly successful, with platform sessions, manufacturers stands, and a lot of networking.
Tags: iss105 | ittp | approved skills | institute | training | students | conference | Bernard Newnham
Contributing Author Bernard Newnham Click to read
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Charlie Watts SOUND... CAMERA...Live Stream Activated...ACTION! RUN VT: This time last year the University of Portsmouth course team and students of BSc Television and Broadcasting were recovering from a mammoth charity fundraising 24 hour broadcast. In hindsight this event helped to convey what the course was capable of, and it created an unforgettable milestone moment.
Tags: iss103 | students | university of portsmouth | studio | kit | learning | skills | Charlie Watts
Contributing Author Charlie Watts Click to read
Training for media - who should do it?
Martin Uren Simple enough to ask, but any possible answer to the question of who should train those working in the media industries, or more specifically the moving image industries, is complex and involves many interrelated factors. I would like to explore the issues, and maybe present some suggestions on how we might do a better job of preparing and engaging particularly the new entrants into our workforce in training and CPD (Continuous Professional Development).
Tags: iss099 | ittp | training | industry | tv | film | students | skills | broadcast | Martin Uren
Contributing Author Martin Uren Click to read
Skillset Accreditation
Nick Way ITTP's Nick Way looks at Skillset accreditation
Tags: iss090 | ITTP | Creative Skillset | Education | Accreditation | Nick Way
Contributing Author Nick Way Click to read
Training the next generation
Dick Hobbs. At the end of January a new body the Institute for Training in Television Production (ITTP) held its first conference, organised by the publishers of TV-Bay magazine and chaired by former broadcaster Roz Morris, MD of TV News London Ltd. A packed room debated sometimes hotly the issues.
Tags: iss086 | Dick Hobbs | ITTP | Graham Reed | Education | Universities | Creaive Skillset | BKSTS | Dick Hobbs.
Contributing Author Dick Hobbs. Click to read
Deskilling or reskilling
N/A I recently went to a demonstration of some really terrific new technology. This is not a technology column so I do not propose to go into too much detail about why I was impressed. I mention it because it started me thinking about a more fundamental issue about our industry today.
Tags: iss047 | deskilling | technology skills | nrk | grass valley | final cut pro | N/A
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