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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
innovative companies.

Launched

1998

We've worked with some of the brightest minds in the UK's creative sector.

Alumni

604

We've helped individuals and companies embrace change, risk, competition and innovation.

Companies

379

We work with companies in Scotland and throughout the Nations and Regions of the UK.

Meetings

500

International meetings secured in Silicon Valley, New York, Sydney, Berlin, Amsterdam...

TRC is, and indeed has been for many years, the training provider that everyone trusts. They are the organisation trusted to deliver on the sectors’ needs and they understand the challenges individuals and businesses face in the extremely competitive world of making telly.

Jane Muirhead, MD of Raise The Roof Productions and Chair of the TRC board

The digital economic is of growing importance to the Scottish economy, and critical to its future development is a well-trained and talented workforce. The work of TRC media is critical in this respect, with the success of its programme being felt many years into the future

Hugh Aitken, Senior Partner, Strategic Partnerships, Skyscanner

Stay Connected

Rad trainee scheme launched for next generation of diverse TV Talent in Scotland

Nine Scottish production companies are to host a trainee researcher from an under-represented background in move to tackle lack of diversity in television sector

TRC at Young Disabled People's Summit

People with disabilities are under-represented in the TV industry. We want to change that! We'll be speaking about our Trainee TV Researcher programme at Glasgow Disability Alliance's summit for young people on 29th November.

Event: The Future of Publishing

TRC and BIMA Scotland are hosting a brilliant panel of experts to discuss how digital and tech have disrupted one of the oldest industries. How are publishers using digital to grow new businesses, find new audiences and meet new demands?

Stu Thomson

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. 

Daniel Rae

Cross Creative Alumni

Daniel is Co-Founder and Strategy Director of specialist social media agency Hydrogen and was a delegate of the 2017/18 Cross Creative programme.

Laura McHard

Special Edition Alumni

Laura McHard is Lead Creative at Soluis and a delegate of the 2017/18 Special Edition programme.