By| Rachel Barrett Account Manager at The Production People Rachel Barrett The Production People are 17 years in business this year and I have been lucky enough to have spent the last number of years with the team getting to know the ins and outs of our niche market and the staffing needs within it.
By Rachel BarrettProduction Consultant The Production People & Extras Ireland Where it all started. Fresh off the plane from NYC, with a BA in Film and Television Production in my back pocket, I returned to Ireland in search of something new. I would consider myself to be an extremely hard worker and will always give whatever
By Rachel Barrett Production Consultant @ Production People & Extras Ireland www.productionpeople.ie / www.extrasireland.com Here at The Production People we keep our finger on the pulse of the industry. A company culture focused on constant learning and improvement is the backbone of everything we do. In light of this, my colleagues and I always keep a
By Louise NolanManaging Director & Co-Founder @ Production People & Extras Ireland www.productionpeople.ie / www.extrasireland.com Here at The Production People we screen and reference check all our candidates in advance of registration to provide confidence and peace of mind for the clients who use our services. From the inital CV submission right through to placement, finding the
Using your Showreel for personal marketing. The very best way for you to showcase your skills – besides the amazing CV you’ve now written following on from our last blog ‘5 tips to make your CV stand out’ is a Showreel. A Showreel should be strategically planned from start to finish. To help you along
Your Curriculum Vitae is a valuable footprint which should tell the story of YOU! You should always start off simple. A word document with a bullet point list including your education, training, experience and achievements is a great starting point and will allow you to have laser focus, ensuring you can showcase the best of
While we’ve all been washing our hands more than ever, we have soap withdrawal – the virtual kind. We all miss Renee and Bob, Paul, Barry, Bosco and all our favourite Fair City cast on our screen and wonder when we will see them again. The first soap that we see back on the air
Webinars have been around for some time now but due to the current climate they have become essential for education, learning and upskilling all around the world. At first, I was unsure about taking part in the digital experience, but I decided to take the leap and I found that I actually quite enjoyed it!
Tips from a Videographer to make sure your video calls go off without any hiccups With face to face meetings being a thing of the past (but hopefully making a comeback soon) we have had to turn to video conferencing apps such as Zoom, Skype and Teams to keep in touch with staff, colleagues, teachers,
What I’ve learned after 3 weeks of the ‘New Norm’ and Working from Home It’s been 3 weeks since Working from Home (WFH) has become a reality for most of us. I have taken an odd WFH day in the past to concentrate on a project or focus on a deadline, but that concentration and