Learn fundamental design, planning and construction skills and start a career as a carpentry and set construction crew member. Training encompasses an orientation to the film industry and workplace requirements, essentials of worksite safety, communications, key terminology, interdepartmental relations and protocols, roles and expectations, specialty tool requirements and usage, unique attributes of set construction materials and handling, and the fundamentals of set planning, design, construction, and takedown. In an applied setting, students will construct a mock set following the key phases of film and television set construction.

A carpentry background is an asset, but not required, but mechanical aptitude and comfort with carpentry and tools are essential for success.

Funding is available to cover the cost of training for qualified applicants. Funding eligibility is reviewed as part of the application process. The application fee for this program has been covered by grant funding. To start your application, click apply now and follow EducationPlannerBC's instructions. When you reach the review and submit screen, click the “I have an approved application fee waiver” radio button and add NIC2021MC in the Waiver Code box to have the application fee waived.

 This program is currently not available to international applicants.

 

Starts: December 13, 2021
Length: 11 weeks
Delivery: Blended online and in-person training for 1.5 weeks in Campbell River, Kamloops or Prince George centres.

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