The Motion Picture Craft Services micro-credential prepares you for work in the Craft Services in the motion picture industry. Learn the critical role held by this team including the fundamentals of food and beverage preparation, service and storage. Develop skills related to maintaining and cleaning equipment and service areas. Gain competencies to support food services based out of craft kitchens and/or craft food trucks.
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NIC is pleased to be advancing in partnership with industry and specifically Vancouver Island North Film Commission, with the development and delivery of specialized training, to support a vital industry of our regional and pan-Canadian economy – the Motion Picture industry.
Cheryl O’Connell, dean, trades and technical programs