Creative Professionals Will Go To Great Length To Achieve Their Ambitions
We’ve launched our first Creative Futures report that sheds light on what people in the creative industries really think about training and what it means for their careers.
As well as the views of 250 creative professionals in the UK (working in arts, design, film, media and publishing), the report includes industry insight from the likes of The Mill and Double Negative and details the experience of creative professionals who have changed careers. Commentary from Skillset is also featured on why it’s important to keep your skills up to date.
Download The Creative Futures Report
Our report shows that creative professionals are more likely to look to self-fund their own training on-the-job than embark on full-time training. To read more, you can download the full report and our infographic by filling in the form on the right.
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In other exciting news, we’ve developed a brand new beginner tutorial for those who want a taster of what’s needed for the VFX or computer graphics industry. Go to our Facebook page for more details, or you can look into one of our popular mentored or evening courses.
Did you know?
When asked if training and mentoring was key to their careers, 85% of creative professionals surveyed responded yes.
64% and 68% of Arts and Design professionals respectively are prepared to consider a £5K pay cut for greater career opportunities that will lead to faster career progression.
What our Students Say
“When I wanted to switch from graphic design to visual effects, I knew I had some of the right skills, but if I hadn’t spent time retraining with Escape Studios I’d still be unemployed now. Its courses gave me the skills and knowledge I’d need to slot right into the industry, and its recruitment service helped me take those vital first steps in getting a job.”
Tom Baskaya, a former graphic designer now working at post production house Framestore.