Applications are now open for Special Edition: a ‘life-changing’ professional development programme for women in Scotland’s digital and tech sector looking to progress their careers in the industry.
Event: Special Edition launch
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.
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?
Annual Report - Our Year in Review
We take a look back at our 20th year of delivering world-class training for digital and broadcast. Find out more about TRC and the lasting impact of our training.
Meet the Interns: Inspiring Digital Leaders
After a highly competitive application process, five interns have now been selected for the first intake of Inspiring Digital Leaders. Meet the 'IDL5.'
Scotland meets Canada with #CrossCreative
TRC's Cross Creative group spent a week in Canada meeting some exciting people in the world of digital and tech. Here's who we met and what we learnt.
TRC in Toronto!
This week the Cross Creative group are jetting off to Canada's famous Toronto-Waterloo Region Corridor to meet key players doing exciting things in the world of digital and tech.
Workshop: Presenting with Confidence
Ready to take your presentation skills to the next level? We're hosting a one-day masterclass on 5th June 2019. Limited spaces available - don't miss out!
Event change: YouTube Originals briefing
Heads up if you're attending our next Creative Briefing with YouTube Originals. We'll now be joined by Jake Chudnow, as opposed to previously advertised Luke Hyams.