CONGRATS to all involved in winning at the NHS NSU Awards 2017 for the KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) at Rampton Hospital. The KTP project was to develop an interactive radio drama model that would help create innovative research with ‘Dialectical Behaviour Therapy’. Dr Sarah Barrow, Deputy Head College of Arts at the University of Lincoln: Rose Braisby is a 2013 Graduate of Lincoln School of Film & Media (Media Production, specialised in radio) – she was appointed as the KTP Associate working within Rampton Hospital with patients and staff in some very challenging – and rewarding – situations. LSFM’s Dylan Roys was the Academic lead for the project, supporting Rose every step of the way. Thank you to everyone who supported this project.”
Dylan said: Our KTP project at Rampton Hospital won the National Health and Wellbeing Initiative at the NHS National Service User Awards 2017 – it is really big deal in the NHS and the first time Rampton has won something as big as this.” Rose tweeted: After a lot of hard work from all involved, so proud to have led this project! Well done all in making this a success! #NSUA2017Rose is working part-time as an Associate Lecturer in the College of Arts.
From Michelle Davis: This post has been created as a result of an exciting and innovative Partnership in Knowledge Transfer scheme (PiKT) between Cable Telecommunications Training Services Ltd (CTTS) and the School of Media at the University of Lincoln.
The project aims to develop the company’s new media capability in areas that include: e-marketing, supplementary training aids, e-learning, and investigate novel delivery and distribution approaches. Continue reading →
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We are looking to recruit an Associate for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership between TFTV and Green Screen Productions, a commercial feature film production company based in York. The post is ideally suited to a recent Masters graduate from a film or TV related course (e.g., MA Film and TV Production, MSc Visual Effects, etc.). Salary is between £21,802 and £25,251 per annum, with a two year contract. The closing date for applications is 1 November 2012.Details
In September 2010 I graduated with a 2:1 in Media Production. In the midst of rising graduate unemployment, I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to get a job in television. Little did I know that a year later I would achieve my first TV Credits as ‘Offline Editor’ for a new children’s TV series: Cartoonito Tales.
Second year BA (Hons) Media Production student Sean Carr has just produced a brand new iPad app for Interflora to use as part of their gold award-winning display at this year’s Royal Horticultural Society Show at Chelsea.