Ciudad de la Luz promotes the training and hiring of local labor together with the Local Development Agency and the Audiovisual Cluster

Ciudad de la Luz promotes the training and hiring of local labor together with the Local Development Agency and the Audiovisual Cluster
Ciudad de la Luz promotes the training and hiring of local labor together with the Local Development Agency and the Audiovisual Cluster

The studies of City of Light have undertaken a line of collaboration, together with the Local Agency for Economic and Social Development of the Alicante City Council, and the Audiovisual Cluster of the Valencian Community, to to promote specific training and entrepreneurship in the film sector, as well as to facilitate the hiring of local professionals to meet the needs of the sector in the province of Alicante.

During the meeting held this Wednesday by the general director of Ciudad de la Luz, Fermín Crespo, the Councilor for Employment and Development of the Alicante City Council, Mari Carmen de España and her team and the manager of the aforementioned Audiovisual Cluster, Sergio Trillo, all parties have agreed to highlight the urgent need to coordinate efforts between administrations and entities to make the most of the employment opportunities that have opened up with the recent reactivation of film studios.

Therefore, the three parties have agreed to work together to Identify the professional profiles that are currently most in demand within the audiovisual sector. Various proposals have been outlined below to promote training and entrepreneurial paths specialising in audiovisuals, in order to generate a broad base of local labour that is qualified to meet the needs of future filming in the province.

After the meeting, Fermín Crespo highlighted that Ciudad de la Luz has a database of suppliers that it offers to production companies that wish to be able to film in its studios, and he has opted to continue moving forward to expand it and give greater visibility to the existing talent in the Alicante territory.

“We value this initiative very positively for boosting the creation of local talent through collaboration between administrations and entities, and we think that it is especially important, at a time when at Ciudad de la Luz we detect that production companies, when they come to film at our studios, demand professionals with specific training who also already have experience in the sector.”

The Councillor for Employment and Development has highlighted the work that the Local Agency has been carrying out for 12 years to promote training and foster entrepreneurship in the audiovisual field, centralised through initiatives such as the municipal hub for cultural and creative industry.

“Now, with City of Light, we have an excellent opportunity to channel all the activity we carry out and find the environment to give continuity to that content,” said Mari Carmen de España in this regard.

Likewise, the manager of the Audiovisual Cluster of the Valencian Community, Sergio Trillo, has recalled that this organization works to create a multidisciplinary ecosystem that serves as a driving force for the audiovisual industry and functions as a reference network for producers and generators of national and international content.

 
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