Post Production Supervision at National Film and Television School - UCAS

Course summary

Application deadline 31 October 2023 Be a part of the new wave of highly-trained in-demand Post-Production professionals. In partnership with Netflix, Warner Bros Discovery Access and Prime Video - This pioneering course has been designed to produce highly-trained Post Co-ordinators and Post Supervisors to meet critical gaps in the creative industries to propel the sector forward into a new era. You’ll benefit from rigorous training to help you hit the ground running as a Post Production Coordinator who will be ready to confidently move up the ladder. This part-time Certificate course, is designed to give you a grounding in all the different areas that are key in post management, from technical, scheduling and budgetary information and experience to building relationships within the industry. The course is predominantly delivered via a weekly lecture over webinar, and we deliver five face to face Saturdays at our London base in Golden Square, where we will teach the elements needed to develop your career in Post, with insight from influential industry figures along the way.


This course has been put together in consultation with Warner Bros. Discovery, WarnerMediaAccess, Netflix, Prime Video,, Post Management professionals and the wider industry to make sure that we have a new wave of properly trained Post Co-ordinators and Post Supervisors to embrace the increased workload of content that has emerged. It takes time to build experience in Post Production, but this course offers rigorous training and insight into the practical elements of the job, arming students with the skills and knowledge needed to hit the ground running as a Post Production Coordinator who will be quickly ready to move up the ladder. Students will learn the fundamentals of Post Production Management. From how Post Production has evolved, to the basics of how a Post Production office works and the differing roles within it. Students will be taught how a project is managed from the start of a production to the finish. You will learn how the Post Management Team works effectively with producers and directors, navigates codes of conduct and keep a firm hold of schedules, budgets and deal negotiations. In addition, you will be given access to industry professionals to network and assist in the transition to the post production workforce at a Co-ordinator level, and have access to job listings through Module 1 – Pre-Production & Production, Post, before Post Production starts! Module 2 – Starting Post Production Module 3 – Picture Post Module 4 – Sound Post Module 5 – Accounts & Legal

Entry requirements

This course is open to everyone. Applicants from overseas who wish to attend the 5 in-person sessions will need a valid visa to do so. We are looking for participants who are natural people managers and have some production experience that we can build on. Post Management is an incredibly rewarding area of Film and TV and one that needs excellent communication and collaborative skills, a hunger to get ahead and an awareness of the technical workflows. You should have a good general education, but there are no other specific educational requirements. Previous experience in some area of production is needed for this course. You need to be 18 years or over. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

Fees are confirmed/updated in June each year for the following intake date. A non-refundable deposit of £500 is required against the cost of your fees on confirmation of your place. To ensure that the course is accessible to as many people as possible, the £3,850 course fee is 75% underwritten by Warner Bros. Discovery/Warner Bros. Discovery Access, Netflix and Prime Video who have once again partnered with the NFTS to deliver the course. Due to this, successful applicants will pay £963 for the course. The NFTS is committed to ensuring it is open to students of genuine ability, no matter what their background or financial circumstances, which is why we award more scholarships and bursaries to British students, relative to the size of our student body, than almost any other educational institution in the UK.
Post Production Supervision at National Film and Television School - UCAS