Mon 25 Mar 2024: 10:00AM
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Producer’s Toolkit Course

Venue: 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3DB
Prices: £250

Mon 25 March – Fri 29 March 2024, 10am – 1.30pm
£250

Are you looking to manage a creative project for yourself or others? The Producer’s Toolkit will equip you with the skills and understandings required to manage a project from inception through to the final project monitoring form. You will learn from a current creative producer and investigate a range of skills through real-world scenarios. The content will include aspects of producing such as nurturing and selling an initial idea, speculative budgeting, building and managing a team, contracts and legal know-how, project management, working with venues or programmers, risk management, accessibility, monitoring and evaluation.

Learning Outcomes
* Identify and apply a range of practices, concepts and knowledges of the topic of study within the context of professional development;
* Reflect on the impact of a range of practices, concepts and knowledges of the topic of study on your own professional development.

Assessment
Assessment 1: Presentation of Practice
Pass/Fail

Presentation of Practice to be determined in line with the topic of study.

Presentation of Practice – Project Pitch and Development Plan

Assessment 2: Reflective Statement
Pass/Fail

You are required to provide a 500-word or 3.5-minute critical reflection in respect of your professional development and the impact studying this topic has had on your ongoing progress in written or audiovisual form.

Credits
This course is worth 10 credits at SCQF Level 8.

For further information, please contact m.ross2@rcs.ac.uk  or visit https://www.rcs.ac.uk/short-courses/producers-toolkit/

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