Training We Offer

You do NOT need to be a member of the PMA to take part in this training.

We normally provide a variety of workshops and training sessions countrywide. Currently all training is taking place via Zoom.

At Production Manager level we offer topics ranging from legal issues such as compliance and music licensing, to Health & Safety and tax issues. We also cover technical topics relating to production and the current pandemic situation.

For more junior people, we offer a variety of entry level and limited experience sessions, which are open to all - bursaries are sometimes available via Screenskills.
Training events are almost always FREE to members with fees charged for non-members. Prices vary from session to session. Places are limited according to each type of event.

See upcoming session below:

Duty of Care and Contributors

Wednesday 29th September 2021 From: 5-6.30pm

Venue On Line Training via Zoom

ABBAS Media Law – Legal Workshop

Duty of Care and Contributors

Wednesday 29th September 2021
Via Zoom
5pm - 6.30pm (approx)

Following a lengthy consultation and review process, Ofcom finally updated the Ofcom Broadcasting Code earlier this year, to strengthen the ‘duty of care’ protections for contributors.

In this workshop, specialist TV Law Firm, Abbas Media Law, will summarise the key changes to the Code and explain how they will affect various stages of production including:

·       the casting and selection of contributors;

·       identifying and then managing contributor duty of care risks during filming;

·       responding to duty of care concerns after filming has ended and in the lead up to transmission; and

·       providing appropriate post- broadcast aftercare.

The workshop will also provide an overview of changes made to the “Standards” part of the Code.

This event is open to anyone but places are limited.  FREE for members of the PMA.  £25 for anyone else.  Payment in advance via Paypal.  RSVP by clicking the REGISTER for EVENT button or email pma@pma.org.uk.

Our Sponsors

The PMA is sponsored by a variety of companies in the film and television industry. We have a long-standing relationship with many of them dating back to the PMA’s inception in 1991.

PMA members benefit from the information and services that our sponsors can provide, while sponsors gain access to the upper echelon of Production Managers in the UK who are major purchasers for the industry.

Become a sponsor

We only have one sponsor per area of business but occasionally opportunities to become a sponsor of the PMA do arise.

Sponsors get the chance to meet our members several times a year, host parties, explain their services and write for our magazine The Bottom Line.

For more information on sponsorship, please contact us.