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British Council Nigeria Creative Enterprise Programme: How to Apply



British Council Nigeria Creative Enterprise Programme: Call for Hub Managers

Applications are currently ongoing for the British Council Nigeria Creative Enterprise Programme: Call for Hub Managers (Study visit to the UK ). Interested students can see the details and apply if eligible.

British Council Nigeria Creative Enterprise Programme: How to Apply

The programme (Nigeria Creative Enterprise Programme) offers enterprise support to existing and potential creative entrepreneurs in Lagos through three components including an Enterprise Support Strand and a Business Advisory Support Strand.

This call is to identify 40 Hub managers, sector support organisation leads and other enablers (strategy advisors, funders, professional service providers, etc.) for the Business Advisory Component to participate in activities as outlined below:

  • In-country training and mentoring activities covering 3 – 5 days between 14 January and 26 January 2019
  • Study visit to the UK to build their networks and experience of UK industry support infrastructure in February / March 2019 (for 10 members of the cohort)

When is the application deadline?

December 10th 2018

Please Note:

The programme is free  

Unfortunately, we are only able to respond to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear back from us by 21 December, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful at this time.

Application Webpage

Official Webpage


 

British Council Nigeria Creative Enterprise Programme (Enterprise Support)

Applications are currently ongoing for the British Council Nigeria Creative Enterprise Programme (Enterprise Support) for young Nigerian Creatives. Interested students can see the details and apply if eligible.

British Council is looking for 100 talented, dynamic young people (aged 18-35) with skills relevant to the fashion and film industries in Lagos, to support them to create new businesses and explore new livelihoods in both sectors.

When is the application deadline?

December 10th 2018

Requirements:

Ideal Candidates

  • Will be in the age range 18 – 35 throughout the programme (i.e. until December 2019)
  • Will have received training or have existing skills in fashion (sewing, pattern making, design, draping, pattern making etc.) or filmmaking (cinematography, directing, acting, screenwriting etc.) and have demonstrable capacity in these areas.
  • Will be interested in starting their own fashion or film business or getting employed in these industries in the immediate future
  • Will be available full time to participate in programme activities from 14 January to 31 March 2019

Please Note:

  • All the training is free and transport stipends will be provided to selected candidates who require financial assistance to participate.
  • Unfortunately, we are only able to respond to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear back from us by 21 December, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful at this time. 
  • By applying to this programme, you consent to your pictures and recordings of you being taken and used with regards to the programme for non-commercial purposes. 

Application Webpage

Official Webpage


British Council Media capacity building Workshop Details and FAQs

The media capacity building workshop is a master class aimed at enhancing the skills and knowledge of mid-level journalists of media houses in Nigeria covering radio, TV, newspapers and reputable online platforms to enable them to deliver on their jobs competently and position themselves for opportunities within and outside the industry.

The first edition was launched in November 2017.

The second edition this year is a roadshow in three major cities in Nigeria. Abuja, Port Harcourt and now Lagos.

Timeline:

Wednesday 05 December 2018 – 08:30 to Thursday 06 December 2018 – 16:00

Location:

Lagos, Nigeria

Event Sessions:

  • Conflict sensitive journalism: This session will aim to ensure journalists understand the effect of their work and roles during conflicts and can better appreciate how important their role is in a conflict.
  • Collaborations in the media space – Nigerian media/International media: This aspect of the workshop will highlight the opportunities for collaboration and the benefits.
  • Online Content Optimization for Journalists: This session shares some of the finer points about how media organizations can properly work on their online exposure through Google search and tools to achieve this.
  • Story Telling in contemporary Nigeria: This will explore showing journalists how they can build persuasive opinion editorial content that will generate publicity or reputational benefits.
  • Upholding journalism ethics in the age of social media: Sifting facts from fake news. This will highlight the Importance of getting to the truth before the news is published and the harm of disseminating fake news.

Facilitators:

  • Lauratu Umar Abdulsalam
    Consultant, DFID Governance Programme/Engaged Citizen Pillar – PERL
  • Arukaino Umukoro
    Award-winning Journalist, Development Journalist
  • Sunday Nwabugwu
    Head Facilities Operations , British Council
  • Lanre Phillips
    CEO, Elpee Consult
  • Abasiama Idaresit
    CEO/Founder, Wild Fusion
  • Mr. Adejuwon Soyinka
    Editor, BBC

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