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The Institute for Training in
Do you have an interest in the future of education and training for the media industry? If so then you are
invited to Pinewood Studios on 27th January 2014 for the inaugural ITTP Conference to exchange views
with both media and training professionals.
The conference aims to bring together decision makers from the broadcast industry with training providers of
TV production and craft skills to develop standards for training in the media industry. To register simply visit
www.ittp.co.uk and follow the conference link.
In between the presentations and panel sessions there will also be time to network with like-minded
delegates. The following speakers are conﬁrmed to attend so far...
Jeremy has become a very
prominent and noteworthy
presenter with his abrasive and
of interviewing. We are delighted
to welcome Jeremy to chair a
discussion at this inaugural
conference. Matthew Hancock MP
As Minister of State for Skills and
Enterprise Matthew is responsi-
ble for apprenticeships, sixth
forms, and further education
working across the Department
for Business, Innovation and
Skills and the Department for
Education. Ralph Tribe
Ralph is the Director of Organisa
Organisa- tion & People Development at
BSkyB and is very much involved
in the 'Sky Academy' - he is the
right person to talk about how
Sky sees the future of training!
Formerly from the BBC Peter is
now working freelance as DOP
He is the founder and co-owner
of Newleaf Academy, running 1
& 2 year TV and Film Courses.
Nick is the MD of Lion Televi-
sion, and works across all
factual genres, his recent
programmes include; 'Britain
from Above' with Andrew Marr
for BBC1,2 and 4, 'Real Battle
of Britain' for BBC1 and many
more. John Crumpton
For over 6 years John has worked
for BECTU, the Media and Enter-
tainment Union, as one of their
regional learning organisers.
Christine ﬁrst stepped into the
world of hair and make-up during
the punk era of the seventies.
Feeding on the unique energy of
the punk bands and characters
she hung out with, helped her
sow the seeds for an amazing
career as a hair stylist and
designer. Anthony Clark
Anthony studied drama at
Manchester University. He
followed a BA Hons Degree
with a post graduate Diploma in
Playwriting. He has freelanced
with companies that include The
National, RSC, Young Vic,
Bristol Old Vic, Leicester
Haymarket and many more.
Douglas is Director of Operations
at CTV Outside Broadcasts. CTV
is one of the largest OB compa-
nies in Europe running a large
ﬂeet of trucks and employing
many staff. Douglas is responsi-
ble for ensuring the right equip-
ment and people are in the right
place at the right time and for the
day to day running operations.
Vincent is responsible for running
a team of 48 camera operators of
various grades and ensuring the
right people are doing the right
jobs across all of Sky's program-
ming including OBs, Jib Opera-
tors & Steadicam Operators.
Chris is Head of Cameras at the
More information on Chris to
follow online soon.
Also Tom William
Tom ﬁlled many roles in his 10
years at Abbey Road and spent
the most part as a manager. He
now manages a team of 50 staff
and 30 freelancers sound
engineers. The team mix the
audio output for all of the Sky
Studios productions and a large
percentage of sporting OB's
Where: Pinewood Studios
When: 27th January 2014
*Subject to conﬂicting obligations