Partners and Supporters
Cyfle works closely with broadcasters, government agencies and media organisations to address skills gaps and deliver relevant training for the workforce in Wales. Partners include:
- Independent Companies
- UK Training Providers
- Government agencies
- The Sector Skills Council
- Higher and Further Education establishments
- International clients
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Training Partners over the past 5 years include -
BBC Cymru Wales is the only public service broadcaster in Wales producing content in both Welsh and English across television, radio and online. BBC Wales is committed to reflecting and reporting the full diversity of Welsh life through its news, current affairs, political, sport, drama, factual and cultural content in both English and Welsh.
S4C is a public service broadcaster that provides a range of high quality Welsh language programmes on many platforms, including broadband. It is funded by the UK Government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the basis of a statutory formula. Additional commercial revenue is raised through programme sales and advertising. S4C commissions the independent production sector to produce most of its programmes. Over 10 hours a week are provided by the BBC. ITV Wales is also commissioned to produce programmes for S4C.
Skillset is the industry body which supports skills and training for people and businesses. It offers advice and resources to help you take your career to the next level.
TAC is the trade association that represents the interests of independents producing mainly for broadcasters in Wales. It offers a range of services including industrial relations; specialist contracts negotiated with trade unions; business and legal advice; and information services. It also acts as a lobbying and representative body in discussions with broadcasters, development agencies, government departments and various other bodies.
Ymddiried provides financial support to individuals wishing to improve their skills in television, film, radio and new media. Ymddiried can also give support to organizations which promote skills development and educational resources for the benefit of the media sector.
Skillset Academi+ is a new programme of vocational training support for the Creative Media industries in Wales, providing cutting edge Continuous Professional Development. Academi+ can help you develop new skills, grow your business and improve your employment prospects.
The Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries brings together creative disciplines within the University of Glamorgan. The campus, ATRiuM, is situated in central Cardiff, this specially-designed building contains cutting edge technologies and industry-standard facilities, enabling like-minded individuals from a broad range of subject areas to work together in an environment geared to sharing expertise.
Glyndŵr University is the youngest university in Wales – a new educational institution that champions the spirit of enterprise and an outward-facing philosophy. This heralds an exciting new era for Wrexham, Wales, the borderlands and the academic world.
Singapore Media Academy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MediaCorp offering training, educational and consultancy services to address the needs of the local and regional media industries. Incorporated since November 2005, Singapore Media Academy consolidates over 40 years of expertise in Broadcasting and Managing Media in Singapore to provide training and qualification to media professionals, mid-career switchers and new industry talents through accredited, practical-based and market-relevant programs.