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Work experience placements are currently being reviewed, with more information about the scheme made available once this review has concluded.
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NT Step Change Programme 2017 - Applications close on 31 October
Bristol Old Vic is proud to be a partner in the National Theatre Step Change programme.
Step Change is a national programme for professionals seeking to progress/develop their careers in the performing arts. Providing coaching, mentoring, masterclasses and experienced based learning, Step Change supports those in need of a change of direction.
Focusing predominantly on arts administration roles (including producing, management, project management, learning, development, marketing, cultural policy etc), Step Change expands the range of opportunities for those hoping to make a transition into or within the arts, especially those who are overlooked and underrepresented. In its seventh year and led by the National Theatre, the programme's key aim is to develop confident, experienced, daring and aware professionals that will strengthen the heart of the sector.
Step Change 2017 will be run in partnership with Bristol Old Vic (Bristol), Live Theatre (Newcastle upon Tyne), The Lowry (Salford), with support from the Ambassador Theatre Group, Candoco Dance Company, Eclipse Theatre Company, Hull UK City of Culture 2017, New Wolsey Theatre plus additional supporting organisations to be announced in October 2016.
"Step Change gives you the confidence to articulate your future" Participant 2014-15
"I have had a total change of career and got a new job" Participant 2014-15
For more information and to apply for the 2017 programme please visit:
NEW - If you weren't able to attend an applicant information session watch a video of the National Theatre session here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xFqxn0JmVM