Disability in television

Disability in television is a half day workshop designed to answer your questions about working with or employing disabled talent in television. Disability in television is a practical and effective course that will give you a solid understanding of disability and the law – and how it affects you.

Available Courses

Course content

You’ll learn more about the law and diversity as well as how to get more disabled talent into the production office and in front of the camera. Packed with recent industry case studies, this is a dynamic workshop that will give you a greater understanding of disability in television.

Areas covered include:

  • disability on screen and in popular culture
  • the Equality Act and disability
  • making adjustments for staff
  • models of disability
  • language and etiquette
  • talent – on and off screen

Who it's for

Anyone working in television who wants to explore working with disabled talent on either side of the camera, and production staff looking to improve their understanding of disability issues in television.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be in writing and must be received at least seven days prior to the course date or the full fee will be charged. ITF reserves the right to cancel courses without liability, and delegates will be offered an alternative date or full refund. ITF reserves the right to cancel courses if there are insufficient enrolments. Read more about our terms and conditions.

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Diversity: Disability in television

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London, NW1 2HA
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