The Malta Film Commission has launched a call for tenders for training institutions interested in providing training services related to the film servicing industry in Malta.
The tender is open until Friday 26 July to submit bids.
The tenders are part of the European Social Fund Project “Re-skilling of workers for the Local Film Industry” with the aim of increasing the adaptability and employability of individuals aged 16 and over and to contribute with the restructuring of the economy within the cultural and creative industry.
Film Commissioner Peter Busuttil said a primary goal of the Malta Film Commission is to increase the number of persons adequately skilled in the filming industry with the potential to raise innovation opportunities in this sector. “The Malta Film Commission apart from promoting Malta as a film location has the objective to implement training and outreach programmes to develop a fully skilled audiovisual workforce,” he said in a statement.
The tenders are part of the Optional Module 2 which includes the following Administrative Courses: Wardrobe Management for the Film and Television Industries; Location Management/Location Scouting; Film Administration/Production Skills for the Film and Television Industries; Props Procurement and Props and Scenary Assistant for the Film and Television Industries.
Tenders can be downloaded directly from the Malta Film Commission website www.mfc.com.mt. Tenders must be submitted in English by recorded or hand delivery.