Update (27/09/2021): Due to our ESF funding contract having finished we are no longer taking applicants to our fully funded Media Employability programme, and are only taking fee paying students on our Blackmagic Design certified DaVinci Resolve training.
If you are interested in DaVinci Resolve training then apply here for more information about our next course, fees and course date
Update (25/05/2021): We now have a limited number of additional places available on our ETA Project Media Employability Programme. This covers any applicant aged between 16 to 24 years old, who lives in Kent, Medway or Essex and is currently unemployed and not in full time education. The programme will be delivered online only and is designed to support, train and mentor you into work or further education in the creative industries (Film/TV/Games/VR/XR). If you are interested then please complete the referral form at the bottom of this page and we will get back to you.
Please Note (21/12/2020): We are no longer taking applicants for our ETA Project after 2020. Due to the U.K. leaving Europe our ESF/ESFA Funding is coming to a close in March 2021. We will continue to support current participants for our programme into early 2021. If we are offered replacement funding we will let you know.
Interested in film-making, but don’t know what’s involved? Want to learn how to take your first steps into the world of media and digital content making? Just got your School/Uni Exam results but don’t know what to do next? Good news, the Employment Through Arts (ETA) project is now taking applications from unemployed Young Adults across Kent and Medway.
Thanks to European Social Funding in partnership with Skills Training UK, Physical Folk will now be able to deliver the ETA Project until March 2021.
The project will continue to support 16 to 24 year olds living in Kent or Medway who are not in full-time education, training or employment who want to explore opportunities in the creative industries. Through working together on media and film projects we develop the skills, understanding and confidence needed to help secure future work.
Feedback from some of the participants from our Swale ETA Project which was supported by Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund and Porchlight’s Live Well Kent Innovation Grant, can be seen here.
Physical Folk is a registered Centre for the Arts Award and will be delivering the Bronze Arts Award as part of the ETA Project.
Arts Award’s unique qualifications support young people to develop as artists and arts leaders
- The programme develops creativity, leadership and communication skills
- Arts Award is open to anyone aged up to 25, and embraces all interests and backgrounds
- Through Arts Award young people learn to work independently, helping them to prepare for further education and employment
If you would like to take part in the project then please complete the referral form below and we will get back to you soon. If you know someone else who would benefit from this project then please share this link with them.