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Screen Skills Ireland Introduces New Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme
27 Apr 2020 : Nathan Griffin
Screen Skills Ireland
As part of the overall measures announced by Screen Ireland to support the creative screen industry as it continues to experience unprecedented levels of disruption as a result of COVID-19, Screen Skills Ireland, the skills development unit within Screen Ireland, has introduced a new Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme worth Ä200K.

The Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme is available for organisations or guilds that support the screen sector in Ireland. The scheme will enable these organisations to apply for funding to deliver a series of online events and other activities across a 12-month period.

These activities include courses, events, masterclasses, workshops, seminars, webinars, conferences, panel discussions, networking events, mentoring, coaching, consultancy support, research, data gathering, publication of reports, and the provision of initiatives that support access to the screen sector.

The scheme is accepting applications for online and remote skills development activities at the present time.

For more information about the Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme or to make an application, please visit the scheme’s webpage.




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