Digital Learning Centre

Welcome to the Digital Learning Centre

As busy freelances, we’re not always able to attend training courses or read technical manuals. So, at FEU Training we're aiming to improve your access to learning through our Digital Learning Centre.

Learn online

Here, you'll find a range of e-learning opportunities from downloads to video tutorials - presented in short, bite-sized pieces, so you can snack on knowledge whenever you have a spare 10 minutes.

In progress

Throughout this year, we'll continue to add more facilities to the Centre including even more e-courses on a variety of business skills areas. We'll keep you posted. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy your online learning experience.

Ecourses IconOnline Training
Free online interactive training courses to complete at your convenience.

Training Blog IconFEU Training Blog
Every month we will focus on a Hot Topic relevant to the business of being freelance working in the entertainment industries.

Information and Guidance IconInformation, Advice and Guidance
Browse and Bookmark a range of online resources and links for freelance members to create a personal resource kit.

Q and A's IconQuestions and Answers
We hold Q & A sessions as a follow up to many of our courses and workshops. Everyone can share the most frequently asked questions and answers here.

Quick Tips IconQuickTips
A variety of downloadable bite-sized tips and hints to help boost your business skills.

Video Tutorials IconVideo Tutorial Series
A range of HD quality videos we've sourced that you can work through from beginning to end or dip in to whenever you want.

What is WordPress? How to install it

For those who want to set up a website and are thinking about what software to use.

A Guided Tour of the WordPress CMS

For those who already have a WordPress website and want to learn how to get the most out of it.

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FEU Training Blog

  • 14 Oct 2016
    Ever noticed how most trains these days have an engine at the front and another at the back? So instead of having to turn the train round when the train reaches it’s destination, the driver just walks to the other end and drives back the way they came. This works really efficiently, the extra engine is justified by time saved and more efficient use of the tracks.

  • 26 Sep 2016
    IF YOU WANT to earn more money to support the downtimes when creative work is thin on the ground or you just feel like taking on an exciting challenge as a matter of personal development, you may well already have the skills to do so or, at least, have the basis of what you need to create new opportunities. Most freelances have many talents but often don’t realise that their abilities are potentially marketable and lucrative.

  • 09 Jun 2016
    When I suggest to a freelance that learning a few key business skills might help their creative career, they look at me as if I’ve told them to sell their grannie. After all, we haven’t spent all these years studying our art and developing our talent just to waste time touting apples and pears down the market.

  • 09 May 2016
    WE OFTEN take language for granted and assume a level of communication and understanding that, in reality, is not being conveyed.

  • 05 May 2016
    SOMETIMES positive or negative change is forced upon us and we have no choice but to react to circumstances. For example,

  • 25 Jan 2016
    ONE OF the most common discussion I have at workshops with creative freelances is about how to not take rejection