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Production Accounting 101
2012
Production Accounting 101 is a resource package for purchase by trainers who want to offer workshops or in depth courses on production accounting in the film and television industry. These resources can be directed to accountants wanting to get into the film and television industry; and to those already in the industry who want to get to the heart of it through accounting.

Business Skills for Producers
2009
This course content is a three day workshop designed for business owners and operators in film and television who are seeking business and management training. This workshop provides an understanding of the basic business skills needed to grow a company, and expand through strategies to capitalize on cross platform opportunities. It includes sessions on marketing, financing, distribution, negotiation and much more.

Film Set Etiquette
2009
Working on a film set requires more than just technical skills. It requires patience, adaptability, perseverance, creativity and teamwork. Understanding set etiquette can help you feel confident and provide you with the knowledge you need to work on a set. By understanding your surroundings you'll be able to concentrate on the task at hand; making a film. This document provides a general overview of set etiquette across Canada.

Set Safety Awareness
2009
This course content highlights common safety hazards of working in the film industry as well as your rights and obligations as an employee, someone in a supervisory role, and as an employer. It gives those with a vested interest in film and television production, an introduction to Set Safety and Occupational Health and Safety for your province.

Convergence Media
2008
Its unique training template brings together the linear and non-linear story telling of film and television, and new media, and provides guidance in developing convergence projects with an emphasis on actual hands on project development through teamwork. The 18 sessions include instruction in writing business models, considering funding approaches, and setting timelines. It is designed for use by professional associations and educators/ trainers to facilitate and encourage training in convergence projects across the country to allow our cultural industries to take full advantage of multiplatform delivery.

The Art of Managing Your Career
Developed by artists and cultural workers, The Art of Managing Your Career provides emerging self-employed artists and cultural workers with pertinent and practical information to better manage their careers.