If you’re involved in the Creative Industries and you’d like the opportunity to have a say in their future, then you now can, if you get involved with Creative Skillset’s industry panels. There is currently an open call for both employers and creative professionals to join dedicated Industry Panels where they can play an active role in helping shape the future of the UK’s creative industries.
As a panelist, you will be expected to undertake up to 4 online surveys a year, with each survey containing no more than ten quick questions. the intention is that the results of each survey will be shared with all panelists within 2 weeks of its’ completion - a pretty quick feedback and response then! There are 2 panels being created - an Employer Panel which is targeted at any employer in the UK TV, Film, Computer Games or Interactive Media industries and a Workforce Panel aimed at anyone currently working or trying to break into the Creative Industries.
There’s no excuse then to not get involved and if you’d like to have your voice heard - to have a way of putting across your ideas and opinions, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Registration takes only a couple of minutes via the Creative Skillset siteand there is currently an added incentive with a prize draw for Red Letter Day Vouchers on offer for anyone who registers before 8 January 2013. So then...what are you waiting for!
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