4Talent is all about supporting people like you to build great futures in the media industry. People from different backgrounds and walks of life, different stages of their careers and those who want to be part of this evolving multi-platform business.
C4 Pop Ups
Want to know more about working in the media industry but don’t know where to start? Then a C4 Pop Up could be for you. A great chance to spend a day with Channel 4 and learn the practical skills required to work in this industry. You’ll hear from people in the know and make some great new contacts through networking opportunities with Channel 4 staff and our partners, to help kickstart your career.
In 2017 we will deliver six C4 Pop Ups in locations across the UK. Keep checking back here for more details on locations and dates.
At Channel 4 we understand how vital work experience can be to get your foot in the door of this industry. That’s why Channel 4 work experience is open to all, through one fair application process. We’ll have opportunities available across all our departments, from events to sales, finance to 4Creative. If your successful we’ll also support you with travel, accommodation and food costs if you need help to get to our offices in London.
We’ll open for applications in May, September and October so keep your eye out for more information.
Channel 4 Apprenticeships help bright young people to get great experience in the industry, get an NVQ Level 3 qualification and get paid at the same time. No experience is required to apply for this programme, you just need to love TV and what we do, and have a genuine passion for building a career in the area you apply to.
In 2017 we will be offering roles in a number of departments including Commissioning, Marketing, Research, Corporate Relations, Press, Sales and 4Creative. We’ll be accepting applications from May, and roles will begin in November.
Production Training Scheme
So, as you’ll know from doing your research, Channel 4 is a broadcaster and we don’t make any of our own programmes. Instead we commission them from our network of independent production companies based across the UK. A healthy independent production sector is vital for a healthy Channel 4, so each year we support 12 entry level trainees to work across at indies across the UK, developing their skills to work in production as a paid researcher, production co-ordinator or technical assistant. We’ll be accepting applications for this programme in May, with roles beginning in September.