Apply now for ScreenSafe/SWAG Screen Industry Professional Respect Training Workshops

Posted Wednesday 08 Jul 2020

We're pleased to see that the ScreenSafe/SWAG Screen Industry Professional Respect Training Project is back up and running, with the next five dates confirmed. The course will address sexual harassment and harassment, definitions, disclosures, and respectful behaviours in the workplace. While it's designed primarily for producers, directors, and Heads of Departments, it is open to anyone from the screen industry.

All participants will receive a ScreenSafe Professional Respect Training certification. See below for the info you'll need to provide when booking.

Note: numbers for each workshop are limited to 30, so book your space now!

Courses run from 9am - 5pm, and the venue details will be emailed to you on confirmation of your placement. The upcoming dates are:

Wellington - Friday 17 July

Auckland - Friday 24July

Christchurch - Friday 14 August

Auckland - Friday 21 August

Queenstown - Friday 27 August

To secure your seat, please email the details below to workshops@screenguild.co.nz

Date and town of workshop:

Name:

Company (if relevant):

Preferred role title:

Email:

Mobile number:

Dietary requirements:

Guild:

 

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Arts Sector Aotearoa: Lifting the lid on gender bias

Posted Wednesday 08 Jul 2020

This webinar, in association with Global Women, brings together Jane Yonge of Te Taumata Toi-a-iwi, the Auckland regional arts trust, with Creative New Zealand deputy chair Caren Rangi ONZM, and artists Gill Gatfield and Judy Darragh for a sixty minute korero. They'll dive into the gender issues and systemic barriers impacting women's participation and advancement in the Arts sector, discussing what change, advocacy and leadership is required to create a level and positive landscape for women to survive, and thrive.

When: 4pm Wednesday 22 July

Click here to register