Monday sees the start of Creative Industries Careers Sessions – a host of events and networking opportunities to help give you a step towards your chosen career in the Creative Industries and we have added more events to the programme!

Are you interested in a career in the Creative Industries? Whether you want to become an artist, writer, actor or you are interested in the technical side of production and behind-the-scenes work, we are here to help.

Browse our events below and make sure you pre-register for all sessions on our Eventbrite (all sessions are free).

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Monday 28 November

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Session: Film Shoot Production & Pitching for TV
Presenter: Dom Kullander
Time: 16:00-17:00 – reserve your place on Eventbrite at http://bit.ly/2fmKz3M
Location: Union Building 42, Board Room (Floor 2)

This is a workshop looking at the production of shooting for television, pitching your ideas, and tips for getting a start in the industry. Get to grips with TV production from former University of Southampton student, Dom Kullandar.

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Wednesday 30 November

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Session: How to Become a Radio Presenter
Presenter: Emma Real-Davies
Time: 1-2:30pm
Location: Union Building 42, Bar 2 (Floor 2)

Capital South Coast Breakfast Show co-host Emma Real-Davies (Surge Radio alumni) gives tips and tricks on becoming a quality radio presenter, and shares what life is like in the professional radio industry.

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Friday 02 December

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Session: So You Want to Get into Theatre?
Presenter: Hannah Bevan
Time: 3-4pm
Location: Union Building 42, Meeting Room 2 (Floor 1)

What do you want to know about theatre? Join Nuffield’s Hannah Bevan and ask her anything and everything about theatre. From casting to directing to just getting that first job and a foot through the door. Hannah will be talking about her experiences and how she support artists through Nuffield’s artistic development programme Laboratory.

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Monday 05 December

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Session: An Interview Masterclass
Presenter: Roger Hearing
Time: 6:30-8
Location: Union Building 42, Meeting Room 2 (Floor 1)

Learn the art of a good interview from BBC World Service presenter Roger Hearing. He will be sharing tips from his time as a national radio journalist, as well as stories from his coverage of such important events as the civil wars in Angola and Mozambique, the build-up to the first Persian Gulf War, the UN intervention in Somalia, and the genocide in Rwanda.

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Wednesday 07 December

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Session: A Mini-Documentary Masterclass
Presenter: Steph Wessell
Time: 1-2:30pm
Location: Union Building 42, Boardroom (Floor 2)

The process of making short factual films is similar to making longer ones, so get the lowdown on the process of researching, scripting, shooting and editing via examples from BBC One Show films and independent, charity-commissioned films with expert, Steph Wessell.

Keep up-to-date with the latest news on our official Facebook event for more events announcements coming soon.