WA career video shines in NY

A WA-made careers guidance video was one of seven finalists in its category at the New York Festival’s International Film and Video Competition.

The video was made by CVA Film and Television.

Entitled Working Futures, the video is a mix of skits, songs and interviews to complement a teacher’s guide and practical classroom-based activities.

Employment and Training Minister Mike Board said the production was designed to introduce young people to the changing patterns in the new world of work.

“It looks at alternatives to traditional nine-to-five jobs and highlights the need for a variety of skills,” Mr Board said.

“Previously, the Working Futures video won the Dry Shand Award for Best Education and Training Video at the WA Film and Television Awards.”

Every secondary school in WA has received a copy of the video and a teacher’s guide.

CVA Film and Television was appointed to make the video as part of the Department of Employment and Training’s Access All Areas program.

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