Due to the continuing effects of the Coronavirus, we will be suspending our face-to-face training and events programme in the short-term.
Income can vary from month to month when you’re a creative freelance. So, in this workshop, we’ll show you how you can plan to have enough cash all year round and avoid the panic of running out of money at any given time.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to vlog, i.e., to film, edit and upload short videos to YouTube and how it can help support your creative career.
Getting your message across and making the right impression relies on both what you say and how you say it. In this one-day workshop, you will learn how thoughts, intentions and feelings are expressed through physical behaviours and how to ensure that the non-verbal messages you convey create the right impact.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going. But how do they keep going? In this session, you’ll learn useful strategies to help you deal with setbacks in a constructive way so that you remain buoyant and keep moving forward to reach your creative goals.
Staying motivated is essential if you’re going to develop a successful freelance career. Whether you’re just starting out and trying to get your foot in the door or a seasoned professional who is aiming to maintain momentum, this one day workshop will help you get and stay motivated so that you realise your creative ambitions.
In this workshop, we will provide you with tips and techniques on how to improve your face-to-face networking skills.
How much do you know about your voice and can you rely upon it in stressful situations? For example, if you need to present a pitch or introduce a piece of work does your voice let you down? Do you mumble, dry up, hyperventilate or otherwise panic? This session will help you identify and manage common problems and ensure that your voice helps rather than hinders your progress when under duress.