London Academy of Media Film TV
St Pancras Church House
1 Lancing St
London Academy of Media Film and Televisions mission statement is to educate and empower people to rise up and take full control of their lives.
Since 1996 London Academy of Media Film and Television has actively helped 1000's of people improve their career prospects by teaching practical skills related to the Media Film and TV industry. Work experience opportunities are available to past students who are looking to progress. London Academy also runs a cultural exchange program offering 6 weeks stay on the island of Bali teaching English Pronunciation skills to local hotel employees.
Volunteering at London Academy of Media Film TV
Get working on a Production for a local Charity within the greater London area. Students who have taken a short course at London Academy are invited to participate on a Charity production which will highlight the good work and cause of the charity.
Bali and Beyond - London Academy of Media Film TV
London Academy also runs a cultural exchange program offering 6 weeks stay on the island of Bali teaching English Pronunciation skills to local hotel employees. The project is open for professionals who are looking to take a career break to re-think and re-vitalise their own direction or are thinking of early retirement.. A cultural exchange program lasting for 6 weeks will boost and transform an individuals sense of worth and is a win win situation for everyone involved. Past volunteers have come from institutions such as the BBC, UK companies, Colleges and University lecturers and amazing individuals who have the dedication and passion to help others.
L.A.M.F.T is short for London Academy of Media Film TV
Offers industry specialists and consultants to help with all types of Media Film and Television projects. There are over 140 media film and tv courses held in London and run by the London Academy of Media Film TV. Charities also benefit from affordable Video production services to help with their promotion and marketing. UK companies also employ the services of London Academy of Media Film TV to educate and traine their employees in how to make use of media technology, camera and lighting, video and film editing applications. Clients of London Academy of Media Film TV include; Microsoft, BBC, Sony, FIFA, ITV, Ch4, SKY TV, Department of Work and Pensions and many other government departments throughout the united kingdom.
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