Post Production Coordination

14 Weeks Part-time

London Blended

Application deadline 20 Jun 2024

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Post Production Coordination


Become an integral part of the new wave of highly trained and in-demand Post-Production professionals. 

This pioneering course has been designed to produce highly trained Post Coordinators to meet a critical gap in the Film & TV Industry and is set to propel the sector forward into a new era. You’ll benefit from rigorous training to help you confidently hit the ground running as a Post Production PA or Coordinator.

In partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery Access, Netflix and Prime

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"This is a significant tool for building the solid foundations of a career in the industry. Post Super and NFTS create an environment where you learn through the process, while gaining key connections and a thorough insight of all things Post Production."

Caitlin Earley
Post Production Coordinator on The Gentlemen

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This 14 week part time course, delivered in partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery Access, Netflix, and Prime Video, is designed to give you a grounding in the different areas that are key in post coordination, these include areas such as…

  • Technical workflows
  • Tracking costs and using POs
  • Organising ADR
  • Creating Credits documents and other paperwork
  • As well as how to work as part of the Post Production team

The course is predominantly delivered via a weekly lecture in webinar format, and several Saturdays at the National Film and Television School’s London base in Golden Square, where we will teach the elements needed to develop your career in Post, with insight from influential industry figures along the way.

Funding Available

To ensure that the course is accessible to as many people as possible, the original course fee is being 90% underwritten by Warner Bros. Discovery/WarnerMediaAccess, Netflix and Prime Video. Further scholarship support is available for students from diverse groups, and travel grants are available to ensure that all students can take part in the course no matter where they are in the UK.