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Women in Film & Television – Toronto in Partnership With Shaw Media Launch a New Program Tailored to Advance Burgeoning Managerial Careers

Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) and Shaw Media are pleased to announce the new Shaw Media Management Accelerator intensive program, designed to provide screen-based professionals who aspire to be strong and effective managers with the skills they need to set themselves apart in today’s highly competitive and global industry.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Shaw Media to introduce this new intensive training program for emerging management professionals,” said Heather Webb, Executive Director, WIFT-T. “This program epitomizes WIFT-T’s ongoing commitment to cultivate screen-based industry leaders of tomorrow by providing high quality professional development programs and mentoring opportunities.”

“The Shaw Media Management Accelerator program is a fantastic forum for industry professionals to hone their management skills and receive vital training,” said Barb Williams, President, Shaw Media. “In an ever-evolving media landscape, we are excited to be partnering with WIFT-T to help foster innovation.”

The Shaw Media Management Accelerator program, jointly developed by WIFT-T with Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, is formulated to accelerate participants’ careers by helping them become effective managers, decision makers and communicators—foundations for becoming future leaders. The program will launch in October, 2015.

“The Chang School is pleased to partner with WIFT-T to extend our expertise to those who aspire to stand out as strong and effective managers in the film and television industry,” said Dr. Marie Bountrogianni, Dean, The Chang School, Ryerson University. “The Shaw Media Management Accelerator (SMMA) embodies The Chang School’s commitment to engaging with community partners to develop and deliver relevant, industry-focused training programs to adult learners.”

The unique program covers key managerial principals including: business communications, project management, essential financial concepts, marketing and strategic planning. Following completion of the program, each participant will be placed in a customized mentoring group, led by an industry leader who will provide additional learnings and guidance. Successful participants will receive a Recognition of Completion award from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University.

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Women in Film & Television – Toronto in Partnership With Shaw Media Launch a New Program Tailored to Advance Burgeoning Managerial Careers

Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) and Shaw Media are pleased to announce the new Shaw Media Management Accelerator intensive program, designed to provide screen-based professionals who aspire to be strong and effective managers with the skills they need to set themselves apart in today’s highly competitive and global industry.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Shaw Media to introduce this new intensive training program for emerging management professionals,” said Heather Webb, Executive Director, WIFT-T. “This program epitomizes WIFT-T’s ongoing commitment to cultivate screen-based industry leaders of tomorrow by providing high quality professional development programs and mentoring opportunities.”

“The Shaw Media Management Accelerator program is a fantastic forum for industry professionals to hone their management skills and receive vital training,” said Barb Williams, President, Shaw Media. “In an ever-evolving media landscape, we are excited to be partnering with WIFT-T to help foster innovation.”

The Shaw Media Management Accelerator program, jointly developed by WIFT-T with Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, is formulated to accelerate participants’ careers by helping them become effective managers, decision makers and communicators—foundations for becoming future leaders. The program will launch in October, 2015.

“The Chang School is pleased to partner with WIFT-T to extend our expertise to those who aspire to stand out as strong and effective managers in the film and television industry,” said Dr. Marie Bountrogianni, Dean, The Chang School, Ryerson University. “The Shaw Media Management Accelerator (SMMA) embodies The Chang School’s commitment to engaging with community partners to develop and deliver relevant, industry-focused training programs to adult learners.”

The unique program covers key managerial principals including: business communications, project management, essential financial concepts, marketing and strategic planning. Following completion of the program, each participant will be placed in a customized mentoring group, led by an industry leader who will provide additional learnings and guidance. Successful participants will receive a Recognition of Completion award from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University.

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Women in Film & Television – Toronto in Partnership With Shaw Media Launch a New Program Tailored to Advance Burgeoning Managerial Careers

Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) and Shaw Media are pleased to announce the new Shaw Media Management Accelerator intensive program, designed to provide screen-based professionals who aspire to be strong and effective managers with the skills they need to set themselves apart in today’s highly competitive and global industry.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Shaw Media to introduce this new intensive training program for emerging management professionals,” said Heather Webb, Executive Director, WIFT-T. “This program epitomizes WIFT-T’s ongoing commitment to cultivate screen-based industry leaders of tomorrow by providing high quality professional development programs and mentoring opportunities.”

“The Shaw Media Management Accelerator program is a fantastic forum for industry professionals to hone their management skills and receive vital training,” said Barb Williams, President, Shaw Media. “In an ever-evolving media landscape, we are excited to be partnering with WIFT-T to help foster innovation.”

The Shaw Media Management Accelerator program, jointly developed by WIFT-T with Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, is formulated to accelerate participants’ careers by helping them become effective managers, decision makers and communicators—foundations for becoming future leaders. The program will launch in October, 2015.

“The Chang School is pleased to partner with WIFT-T to extend our expertise to those who aspire to stand out as strong and effective managers in the film and television industry,” said Dr. Marie Bountrogianni, Dean, The Chang School, Ryerson University. “The Shaw Media Management Accelerator (SMMA) embodies The Chang School’s commitment to engaging with community partners to develop and deliver relevant, industry-focused training programs to adult learners.”

The unique program covers key managerial principals including: business communications, project management, essential financial concepts, marketing and strategic planning. Following completion of the program, each participant will be placed in a customized mentoring group, led by an industry leader who will provide additional learnings and guidance. Successful participants will receive a Recognition of Completion award from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University.

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