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ASSET: Archive Sector Enterprise Training (ASSET) Project


Project Aim and Objectives

The aim of the ASSET project is to provide archive sector professionals with skills necessary to contribute to achieving the BFI Film Forever strategic priority 'Unlocking the UK's Film Heritage'.

The objectives of the course are:-

Course participants will have become better able to contribute towards wider access the UK's archive content and appreciate its value and potential. Businesses in which course participants work will be more resilient and able to grow through identifying and exploiting opportunities existing in digital archives.

Course participants will gain:-

Modules

The course will consist of a number of two-day taught modules delivered by recognised experts in the field, between October 2015 and March 2016. Indicative module titles are as follows:-

Digital Asset Management
Business skills applicable to the Archive Sector
Intellectual Property Rights for Moving Image Archives
Monetising Digital Content
The Transiation to Digital Media
Employability Skills for a Career in the Archive Sector

All modules includes:

Registration

Module 1: Digital Asset Management

Registration is now open for Module 1. Please follow the link .. here .. to register for your place on Module 1 (of 5).

This module will be on Digital Asset Management and will be held on the 15th / 16th October in BECTU Education and Training rooms, London, Clapham Road.

The module will be taught by Pam Fisher, Head of Research and Development at BAFTA / Media Institute, UCL.

For more information about the module's indicative topics and to find out what is included in your fee please click .. here ...

Module 2: Moving Image Archives: The Film to Digital Transition

Registration is now open for Module 1. Please follow the link .. here .. to register for your place on Module 2 (of 5).

This module will be on Moving Image Archives: The Film to Digital Transition and will be held on the 7th and 8th December in BECTU Education and Training rooms, London, Clapham Road.

The module will be taught by Sue Malden, Chair of FOCAL International and guest speakers.

For more information about the module's indicative topics and to find out what is included in your fee please click .. here ...

Module 3: Intellectual Property Rights for Moving Image Archives

Registration is now open for Module 3. Please follow the link .. here .. to register for your place on Module 3 (of 5)

This module will be on Intellectual Property Rights for Moving Image Archives and will be held on the 28th & 29th January 2016 in BECTU Education and Training rooms, London, Clapham Road.

The module will be taught by : Module leader: Karen Ghai, Business Affairs Manager (Legal) BBC Rights, Legal & Business Affairs.

For more information about the module's indicative topics and to find out what is included in your fee please click .. here ...

Module 4: Business skills applicable to the Archive Sector

Registration is now open for Module 4. Please follow the link .. here .. to register for your place on Module 4 (of 5).

This module will be on Business skills applicable to the Archive Sector and will be held on the 22nd and 23rd February in BECTU Education and Training rooms, London, Clapham Road.

The module will be taught by Dominic Dare from Lola Clips.

For more information about the module's indicative topics and to find out what is included in your fee please click .. here ...

Module 5: Monetising Digital Content

Registration is now open for Module 5. Please follow the link .. here .. to register for your place on Module 5 (of 5).

This module will be on Business models for archive exploitation, identifying opportunities arising from digital archives, innovative commercial uses for archive material, chargeable outlets and using case studies demonstrating examples of success and failure and will be held on the 9th and 10th March in BECTU Education and Training rooms, London, Clapham Road.

The module will be taught by Paul Maidment from Kite Media.

For more information about the module's indicative topics and to find out what is included in your fee please click .. here ..

Contact

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