Professional respect workshops for Auckland

Posted Tuesday 13 Apr 2021

Professional respect workshops for Auckland

There are a few spaces left for these Auckland workshops - book your space now! We encourage you to attend and help make the sector a safe environment for everybody. 

The dates are:

Friday 23 April – 6 spaces left

or

Friday 14 May – 9 spaces left

The ScreenSafe/SWAG Professional Respect Training Project was developed to support WORKSAFE's health & safety guidelines around harassment.

The course will address predominately sexual harassment and also includes bullying, harassment, definitions, disclosures, and respectful behaviours in the workplace.

The initiative designed and implemented by ScreenSafe and SWAG, and with the financial support from NZ Film Commission, NZ on Air and Te Māngai Pāho.

ScreenSafe and SWAG encourage everyone in a position of responsibility to upskill accordingly.

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:

Note: This workshop focuses on sexual harassment prevention within the Screen Industry.  If you would like to talk with someone about the content of the training and the safety of participants during the workshop, please contact Kelly Lucas at ScreenSafe (info@screenguild.co.nz ) or our independent Sexual Harm Prevention Specialist and Workshop Facilitator Rachel Harrison (rachelharrison103@gmail.com).

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A moving performance and an extraordinary directorial debut from acclaimed actress Robin Wright, Land is a poignant tale of loss, survival and rebirth, and a visually stunning story of one woman’s search for meaning.

Reviews:

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In NZ cinemas April 29, 2021.

To be in the draw to win one of five double passes to Land, click here to watch the trailer and answer the question below:

What does the hunter say when Edee asks, “Can we agree that you not bring any news of life elsewhere?”

Send your answer in the subject line of an email to office@wiftnz.org.nz before 5pm Monday 19 April, 2021.

Winners only will be contacted, by email.