Business and Self-Employment 

Intro to work, Self Employment & Employability Skills 

Industry Exploration: This unit would help students identify their interests and strengths within the media and film industry, and explore potential career paths that align with those factors.

Pitching and Networking Strategies: In this unit, students would learn effective strategies for pitching ideas and networking within the industry, including how to create a compelling pitch deck, how to make meaningful industry connections, and how to navigate industry events and opportunities.

Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship: Students would learn the fundamentals of starting and running their own media or film-related business, including how to write a business plan, how to identify and target customers, and how to manage finances and legal issues.

Effective Communication and Professionalism: This unit would cover key skills for effective communication in the media and film industry, such as active listening, effective collaboration, and respectful behavior. Students would also learn about best practices for workplace professionalism, such as appropriate attire, punctuality, and the importance of building a positive reputation within the industry.

Time and Project Management: Students would learn techniques for managing their time and projects within the fast-paced media and film industry, including prioritization, delegation, and efficient workflow strategies.

Career Advancement and Goal Setting: This final unit would help students set goals for their personal and professional development within the media and film industry, and create a plan for achieving those goals through ongoing learning, skill-building, and career advancement. They would also learn about industry trends and opportunities, and how to position themselves for success within this exciting and dynamic field.

Driving Theory 

Driving is an important skill that can significantly enhance your employability and career opportunities. In many industries, having a driver’s license and access to a vehicle is often a requirement for certain positions, particularly those that involve traveling or transporting goods. Being able to drive also demonstrates independence and responsibility, qualities that many employers look for in potential hires.Having a driver’s license can also open up opportunities for freelance or self-employment, allowing you to work as a courier, delivery driver, or ride-share driver. Additionally, having the ability to travel to different job sites or meet with clients can help expand your network and increase your chances of landing a job or contract.

Learning to drive not only provides practical benefits for your career, but it also boosts your confidence and gives you a sense of accomplishment. It is a valuable skill that can help you achieve your goals and navigate through various aspects of life with ease.