Introduction to Production Accounting
Duration 2 days
Course dates 08 Apr 2019 - 09 Apr 2020
Application deadline Book Now
Bursaries supported by the Scottish Government are available for those who are eligible
This course is an up-to-date, interactive look at the role of the production accountant across film and TV, tailored to the needs of the participants.
Aimed at Assistant Production Accountants making the move to Production Accountant, Accountants thinking of moving to Film and TV Production Accounting, Producers wishing to gain insight in to the wider role of Production Accountant and Production Accountants returning or moving genres.
Areas covered include:
- Development costs
- Post Production
- Call Sheets
- Progress reports
- Working with a Producer
- Production accounting roles & responsibilities
- Legal Issues & Constraints
- Cost implication
- Cost reporting
By the end of the course participants will have an awareness of the entire production process, have gained an insight into a Production Accountant’s role, responsibilities & relationships, and have an improved, up to date understanding of the Programme Budgets, Cost Drivers and Cost Reports.
Previous course participants:
'(Sam) was fantastic. She was informative, engaging, entertaining and supportive. She appreciated that we were coming from different places and wanted to gain different things from the course. She was a really good advert for the profession.'
'This course was amazing for me personally. I loved hearing how Samantha runs things and how much she loves what she does. I picked up lots of tips about what to do to make my life easier when I step up'
'The course was really good in showing why production accounting is different from other types of accounting and, also, what to expect on the job.'