Woman in digital looking to make an investment in your career? Join us for an after work drink and hear from Special Edition alumni from the past 5 years. Drinks, nibbles and great chat with fellow women in digital guaranteed.
Collaborate and Innovate
For over 20 years we have delivered high-end training for individuals and businesses working within the broadcast and digital sectors.
Through TRC training, careers have been transformed, new start-ups established, international business secured, skill shortages tackled, business strategies reframed and invaluable networks formed.
Our reputation as one of the UK’s leading training providers has allowed us to provide unrivalled access to the world’s most
We've worked with some of the brightest minds in the UK's creative sector.
We've helped individuals and companies embrace change, risk, competition and innovation.
We work with companies in Scotland and throughout the Nations and Regions of the UK.
International meetings secured in Silicon Valley, New York, Sydney, Berlin, Amsterdam...
We’re delighted to work with some amazing businesses and organisations:
Digital agencies and industry bodies collaborate to train Scotland’s leaders of the future
An innovative new internship programme that offers graduates in Scotland a unique kick-start to their career in digital launched this month. The programme was co-created by BIMA and TRC with five participating agencies: After Digital, Dog, Equator, Front Page and Screenmedia.
Workshop: Mental Health in the Workplace
How can we promote positive mental health within the TV industry?
Special Edition Alumni
Serina is Head of Activation - Associate Director at Amplifi, part of the Dentsu Aegis Network. She is part of the Special Edition class of 2018-2019.
Jennifer Giroy is Development Executive at Firecracker Scotland. Jennifer was a delegate of the pilot SuperSizer programme in 2017-2018.
Cross Creative Alumni
Stu is founder and director of Cut Media, a Glasgow-based creative content agency working with global brands. Stu was on the Cross Creative 2017/18 programme.