A Training Scheme from the Production Guild

A unique opportunity to become a freelance Assistant Production Accountant for the UK feature film and television drama industry is opening up. The Production Guild is looking for 8 people to join its 3rd annual training scheme. The 10 month programme features short courses, attachments to feature films and television drama, and formal assessment leading to a professional skillset qualification. If successful, you'll get a tax-free training allowance of £300 per week, as well as financial support for childcare or dependent care costs. The closing date for applications is 5 November 2004, with training to commence 10 January 2005. www.productionguild.com

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