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Partner Links

At Training for TV, we are proud to work with many major players in the broadcast industry and beyond.

Below, you will find links to some of the partners we collaborate with to delivery training:


Grass Valley The BBC Academy
One of the worlds leading manufacturers of broadcasting and content production equipment. Training for TV is a partner helping deliver training courses on GV equipment to customers around the world. The BBC Academy is probably the oldest and most prestigious broadcast training organisation in the world with over 70 years of history. We are proud to have worked with the Academy on many occasions.
IASA IABM Training Academy
The International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archivists, represents archives from all over the world, including many broadcasters and national archives.  The IABM Academy is one of the newest suppliers of specialist broadcast training. It runs scheduled courses which aim to support the broadcast industry. We are happy to have helped to design and deliver some of the IABM courses and content.
Asikhule  SACIA
Asikhule Training Partners provide training to the media industry in Southern Africa, specialising principally in audio skills. However, Training for TV is helping them to develop video courses and support the wider industry in South Africa and beyond. The Southern African Communications Industries Association is the professional body for those working in Film, Telecoms, TV, Radio and the audio visual industry. It provides professional designations to qualifying members and runs professional development programs for the industry.
Bucks New University University of Surrey
Bucks New University run an excellent degree course specialising in Live TV production. They have good links to the industry and we are proud to help with moderation of the course syllabus as well as delivering the occasional lecture. University of Surrey is one of the UK's leading technological Universities and the home of the renowned Tonmeister music degree course, which creates audio engineers who are also classically trained musicians. Surrey now has new course aiming to do the same for video... Film and Video Production Engineering, mixing serious engineering with production skills, to produce engineers who understand program making. Training for TV is delighted to have provided advice on the syllabus for this innovative course.


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