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Ladders Case Studies || Cameron Craggs

Cameron Craggs - a bright personality and a wonderful talent I was privileged to meet fairly recently. Over a coffee, we discussed his involvement...

Ladders Case Studies || Peter & Sisley – Fandangle Films

When we first piloted the Ladders programme in Newcastle, we were amazed to see so much talent take interest in exploring the Music, Software...

Ladders: Developing Their Projects…

On the 15th November the Ladders students began to embark on their own individual projects, after weeks of learning about their respective fields, Film/TV,...

Ladders: Employability Sessions with Youth Focus NE

My name is Adam and I am an aspiring web/app developer, currently taking part on the Ladders Software Development course based in Sunderland. For...

Ladders Film & TV: Tours Part 2 – “We’re all Storytellers”

After hurrying out of the BBC Tour, Tuesday 10th October, following the last minute rush of taking selfies next to the T.A.R.D.I.S and getting...

Ladders Film & TV: Tours Part 1 – From the Dumping...

If, like myself, you spent countless hours in front of your television as a child watching programmes such as Tracey Beaker, Diddy TV, and...

Ladders Film & TV: The Sessions

The sessions for Ladders Film & TV began at Sunderland University – impressively they have recently jumped 30 places from 2016 to 2017 in the Guardian rankings. As...

Ladders: Starting from Scratch

After a very successful year from last year’s Ladders programme in Newcastle City Centre, it was only right for us to continue the journey...

Ladders Case Studies || Rebecca James

(Photo by Jon Forster) My name is Rebecca James, I am a singer-songwriter who attended the recently completed cohort two of the Ladders Music Programme...

BDAILY: Creative Sector Comes Together For Free Tyneside Careers Conference

We are delighted to be featured in BDaily, working alongside Generator for the Ladders Careers Conference on the 23rd May. Free to sign up, just click...