Environmental action is high on the agenda of the moving image industry. Graduates entering the sector need to be

Socially responsible global citizens, equipped to work in an industry with a unique and exciting environmental opportunity

Trained in the tools and techniques the industry is employing to address the environmental emergency

We’re working with the UK’s universities and higher education colleges to arm students with the sustainability knowledge they’ll need when joining the screen industries.

The Education partnership provides screen graduates with the opportunity to understand sustainability and its professional and personal relevance.

Join us

for 2020

Education Partnership

We’ve brought together screen education institutions from across the country to roll out an ‘Applied Skills for a Sustainable Screen Industry’ module.

Designed and delivered through a unique collaboration, the partnership provides institutions with direct access to our industry training materials, connects institutions with the industry and creates an unparalleled opportunity for inter-collegiate collaboration on the world’s most pressing issue.

The partnership will equip lecturers with learning materials, industry case studies, customised tools and support in order to integrate the specialist module into pre-existing courses.

The course provides student with targeted learning on

  • The science of climate change
  • The global impact of a changing climate
  • Solutions for a sustainable society
  • An overview on international, national and industry action
  • Carbon footprinting the industry’s negative impact
  • Sustainable production solutions
  • The role and opportunities for responsible businesses
  • Creating content with a strategic environmental purpose

What is in it for me

Institutions

Official designation as a member of the BAFTA albert Education Partnership, with branding rights

Access to tools for students

Access to anonymised industry and programme data

Access to the BAFTA albert production and broadcasting consortium and directorate

Helps meet REFABLE and TEFABLE targets in terms of output and impacts

Students

Unparalleled access and experience with the industry approach to sustainability

Skills demanded from new industry entrants

An ‘albert grad’ certification

Ongoing updates on key sustainability trends in the industry

Lecturers

Training and support

Lecture structure, material, activities and teaching notes

Continual professional development

Networking opportunities

Opportunity to help shape the project’s future

Our growing list of Education partners

Arts University Bournemouth

Bournemouth

Birmingham City University

Canterbury Christ Church University

Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies

University for the Creative Arts

University of East Anglia

Glasgow Caledonian University

University of Hertfordshire

National Film and Television School

Learning on Screen

University of Leeds

University of Lincoln

London College of Communication

Staffordshire University

London College of Communication

Sheffield Hallam University

UWTSD Swansea College of Art