Skills Investment Fund
To support skills in film, high-end TV, animation, games and VFX the Government will co-invest up to £16m to match industries' leading to a total of £32m over two years. This will be managed by Creative Skillset through its Skills Investment Fund (SIF).
Originally set up to manage film industry investment, the new Skills Investment Fund will channel industry and government investment to support training and skills development in these growth industries.
Want more information on contributing to the SIF? Contact Fergal McBride on email@example.com.
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