3rd – 7th October 2016
The programme is for pupils who are interested in a career in Police Scotland and are 16 years of age and older. There will only be one place allocated per school. You will need to make a formal application for the work experience programme. The closing date for applications is Friday 29 May 2015.
Please see Mrs Nizam for copies of the application form and any further details.
13th – 17th June 2016
School pupils considering a ‘Career in Engineering’ can gain an in-depth understanding and hands on experience of the industry through a jointly supported work experience programme run in partnership with Viridor, Interserve Construction and Jacobs.
The work experience, is jam-packed full of interesting and engaging talks, site tour, presentations and exercises, including:
- Calculating the carbon footprint of Jacobs business travel data (flights, car journeys, etc.) and energy office consumption (gas, electricity).
- Hands-on experience of transport modelling with the Transportation team and structural modelling with the Ports and Marine team.
- Computer modelling with the Rail team – using Clear Route software to check clearances from structures and trains passing.
- Guided site tour of the Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre (GRREC)
- GRREC Engineering sessions with interactive and hands-on activities including an overview of various different engineering roles.
- Looking at Process and Instrumentation Diagrams and identifying various systems.
- Teambuilding exercises incorporating communication and presentation skills.
You will learn the many types of Engineering roles that are available as well as how rewarding a Career in Engineering can be.
Please see Mrs Nizam if you are interested.
JUMPCUT is an intensive program delivered by Film City Futures in association with Film City Glasgow and Sigma Films. In early 2016, around 20 young people aged between 16 and 25 will form a production company that will make a professional short film.
JUMPCUT is looking for applications from young people from diverse backgrounds across Scotland who can demonstrate a passion for film and television and a commitment to work hard. Applicants don’t need to have a huge amount of experience but they will be looking for evidence of their interest in film and filmmaking as a potential career.
They are as keen to hear from young people interested in hair, makeup and wardrobe as well as the more easily recognised roles like camera, sound, directing and producing. They will consider transferable skills e.g. theatre, music and dance production and are particularly interested in reaching the young person who wouldn’t normally get the opportunity to go to film school or similar training.
The deadline for applications is 29th February 2016.
Application pack is available at www.filmcityglasgow.com/filmcityfutures or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries