In every job, you have to do some training before you can get started.
Well, what happens when you work in emergency services? Just like everyone else, emergency responders get trained up before they head out to save lives.
This means getting prepared for all kinds of scenarios. Did you know there is an ENTIRE mine rescue simulation that gives the legendary emergency responders a chance to practise saving lives?
Can you even imagine what that would look like?
Well. Here is your opportunity to join a film crew like no other. The 'Film an Epic Rescue Mission' Take Over gives interns the chance to capture the Victorian Mine Rescue Competition! Yep, emergency repsonse teams from all over the state get together to put their skills to the test.
Filmmaker Leonie will take interns through the documentary-making process, and interns will get the chance to see what life in emergency services looks like. There are so many different elements to emergency services, it's like any workplace! You need people with different skill sets to make it work.
The sessions for this Take Over will run in person.
We are currently deciding dates and times, and if you have a preference, you can let us know what you would prefer. Fill out our sign-up sheet below to get started.
The sign-up sheet doesn't bite! But it does give us some essential details about you so we can make sure you get your place in the program ASAP.
If you're the kind of person who finds filling out questions online to be a bit too much, you can always call Amanda from the YTO team on 0448 318 757.
Plus, you can reach out with any questions by phone, text, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We can't wait to hear from you! Let's Film an Epic Rescue Mission!
WHO CAN JOIN?
This program is great for any young person interested in filmmaking, creative storytelling, emergency services, media and communications, or just being a part of a team.
As with all Take Overs, you don't have to have ever done anything like this before. It's all about trying new things!