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DPP to help train with Creative Skillset and BBC Academy

DPP to help train with Creative Skillset and BBC Academy
Staff Reporter
31 October 2012

The Digital Production Partnership is to work with Creative Skillset to share its digital production & delivery guidelines, standards and research with the organisation’s media academies. 

The first outcome of the initiative will be a presentation by DPP executives led by Helen Stevens, director of Strategic Projects & Business Delivery ITV and DPP Chair, to media tutors from 23 Skillset academies on November 16th.
Stevens will share the DPP’s technical standard and discuss trends in file based delivery, end-to-end work flow, expectations of digital delivery and the business drivers that saw the setting up of the DPP.

The DPP will also be working closely with the BBC Academy’s College of Technology to help to train the wider industry.  The BBC Academy will be making their training guides available for free, including their online loudness module.

Annie Warburton, head of partnerships at Creative Skillset says: “From 2014, the major UK broadcasters will take delivery on file based formats, so current students need to be fully conversant with digital workflow techniques by the time they graduate.”

Andy Wilson, head of the BBC Academy’s Centre of Technology, “Loudness will have a big impact on broadcasters and the organisations that they work with throughout the production process; from acquisition, post production, delivery and play out."

The BBC Academy plans to release training guides and supporting materials in November.

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