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Vacancy – Assistant Film Archivist and Researcher

Huntley Film Archives are searching for an Assistant Film Archivist and Researcher.

DEADLINE – Friday 31st July 2015

Huntley Film Archives

We are an archive film company that works closely with our clients to produce the best in archive film services to creative media. Read More

BBC Cymru Wales Scoops Another Award!

Sue Jeffries, Cyfle and Tom Morrey, BBC Cymru Wales

We are so pleased to be able to announce that the BBC Wales Apprenticeship programme, which is run in partnership with Cyfle, has won the Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Inspiring Young Talent Award (large company) 2015 at the Wales Responsible Business Awards! Read More

The Class of 2015/16 Have Arrived

Monday 22nd of June 2015 was a very important day for 22 of Wales’ young people. Out of hundreds of applicants, they have been chosen to follow the Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media with Cyfle and 7 employers from the industry. Read More

Celebration of Success Ceremony for our 2014 Apprentices

Huge congratulations from everybody in Cyfle to each and every ACDM 2014 L3 a L4 Grwpone of the 17 apprentices who completed their Level 3 Apprenticeships in Creative and Digital Media, and the 7 who completed their Level 4 Interactive Media Apprenticeships in 2014!

A very well done to every one of you!

In order to mark the occasion, some of the former apprentices, staff, employers, friends and families came together at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff on Friday, May 1st 2015 to celebrate the successes of Cyfle’s apprentices. Read More

APPRENTICESHIP IN CREATIVE AND DIGITAL MEDIA INFORMATION SESSION

 

 

Congrats Dai Kneath, and the BBC again too!

Once again we are able to announce that Cyfle’s employers and apprentices have been busy accepting awards!

On Wednesday, 11th of March 2015 the annual Quality Skills Alliance awards ceremony was held at the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Huge congratulations to BBC Wales who came to the top in the Employer of the Year – Large Business Category, and to Dai Kneath, former special effects apprentice with Real SFX who won the Creative Industries Apprentice of the year category. Read More

Our Level 3 Apprenticeship gets Ticked!

We are thrilled to be able to tell you all that Cyfle’s Level 3 Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media has been awarded the Creative Skillset Tick!

We are the first provider in Wales to be awarded the Tick, which is the creative industries’ outstanding quality mark, setting apart courses and apprenticeships which are not only outstandingly delivered but trusted by employers to thoroughly prepare students for their career. Read More

“I learnt so much in such a short amount of time”

After 11 weeks of intenstive workshops, collaboration and mentoring our Creative Producer Training Scheme has now come to an end.

The focus of the Creative Producer Scheme was to foster core skills for 6 individuals who had the ability to access creative ideas and who possessed strong Art and Design skills. In turn we would harness their creativity, motivating them to become creative producers in their own right with the ability and skills to drive their own IP (Intellectual property). Read More

Rowena is in the local paper!

In late January, the Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology, Julie Rowena Real SFX Caerphilly CampaignerJames went to visit one of Cyfle’s most successful apprentice employers, RealSFX.

Winners of the Small Apprentice Employer of the Year Award at the NTFW Apprenticeship Awards in 2014, she was there to recognise the company’s commitment to supporting young people through its apprenticeship programme, and meet its very first female apprentice SFX technician, Rowena Griffiths-Lewis, 19 from Caerphilly.

And the story made her local paper, the Caerphilly Campaigner! Read More

Creative and cultural sector digital skills boosted

In June 2014, we kicked off one of Cyfle’s most successful projects of the year with a 3-day workshop entitled ‘How to Market your Creative Business Online’.

Over the course of 6 months, over 80 individuals working in the creative and cultural industries in Wales attended 12 workshops in Aberystwyth, Cardiff and Caernarfon with the aim of enhancing their digital skills, as part of a project run in association with Creative & Cultural Skills. This project was supported by the Welsh Government’s Sector Priorities Fund Programme (SPFP) which is part funded by the European Social Fund. Read More

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