Recent graduate lands a place on the Rio Production Training Scheme for Channel 4
Recent graduate Amy Ordinaire secures a place at Rio Production Training Scheme for Channel 4
“Channel 4 is committed to promoting equal opportunities. In order to promote diversity in the media industry, and to address the under-representation of disabled people in particular.”
After the successful coverage of the 2012 London Paralympics, where 50% of it’s online team were disabled, Channel 4 is committed to repeating the same successful but this time with it’s behind the camera crew.
Channel 4 were offering 24 places on its training scheme and a recent graduate Amy Ordinaire applied. Amy was interviewed and was instantly offered a place on the training scheme which is being run by Endemol.
The training scheme will last for 12 months and the trainees will be gain a wealth of knowledge in the sports new production sector as well as structured industry experience. After the 12 months the trainees will be interviewed for a place on the Sunset+Vine production team for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games which start in September 2016.
Amy is said to be extremely excited about the opportunity and the possibilities.
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