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      Managing scoping & budgeting

      Price: £295
      Length: 3 hours

      When you’re producing filmed content, the success and smooth running of every project rests on how well you prepare the practical and financial frameworks.

      In this workshop, Leila Bartlam, Head of Production at Creative Drive, shares the secrets of nailing the fundamentals before shooting begins.

      You’ll learn how to scope a project and from there how to create a budget for it, taking into account everything from the director and crew, through agency and production company budgets to travel arrangements.

      Leila will also cover the wider content process and how to plan your content production schedules and workflows.

      This is the first of a series of three workshops designed to take you through the content production process from start to finish.

      What you will take away:

      • A step-by-step process for film production
      • Roles and responsibilities of the agency and production company
      • How to scope projects and create budgets

      Who should attend:

      • Integrated Project Managers
      • Creative Producers
      • Content Creators
      • Community Managers
      • Social Media Managers
      • Social Media Producers
      • Production Assistants

      Workshop outline:

      • An overview of content
      • Film project process – the key steps
      • Scoping
      • Budgeting
      • Roles and responsibilities

      Next dates:
      We run our workshops several times throughout the year. Select the month that suits you best and we’ll confirm the exact date very soon.

      February 2022
      October 2022

      Leila Bartlam, Head of Production.