Come and join us for a bite to eat followed by a short session on Dec 6 that will give you some ideas on how to avoid getting too isolated in your freelance work.

Date and Time: Dec 6 2012, 1pm to 4pm

Upper St Martin’s Lane

Tutor: Sue Walker


Apply Online by Nov 28 2012



1pm-2pm: a light lunch will be served free of charge to participants through which you can chat to your peers including the FEU Training team and other creative freelances.

2pm-4.30pm: in a relaxed environment, we’ll look at methods of combating isolation including:

  • Looking at the up and downsides of isolation
  • Looking at your sort of work and what’s most productive for you
  • Ideas to help you keep in contact with your industry and potential clients.

How to Apply

To attend this session, fill in the short application form by Nov 28. You will need to register if you have not done so already.

All events have been over-subscribed to date so successful applicants will be chosen randomly after the cut-off date. We will let you know if your application has been successful within a week after this date.


Equity, the Musicians’ Union, the National Union of Journalists and the Writers’ Guild are working together in this instance under the banner of ‘The Federation of Entertainment Unions’. This enables us to maximize resources to deliver skills development opportunities common to our multi-union members.

Our aim is to help the career progress of our freelance members through the recession and beyond by providing a range of free and low cost blended-learning opportunities.

Further enquiries:

Tel: 07990 504 612

Business skills training
for creative freelances