The Industry Panels
Have you ever wanted to influence your industry beyond your day-to-day job?
This is your chance to make a difference.
Creative Skillset is looking for people working in the UK Creative Industries to take part in short online surveys. You will receive no more than four short surveys a year, and the results will be shared with you within two weeks of the deadline.
We will be asking your opinion on matters ranging from skills gaps and training, to the future needs of your industry. Your views and ideas will help influence strategy and in turn, the future of the UK Creative Industries.
If you're an employer within the Creative Industries, please sign up to our employer panel.
If you're an industry professional, please sign up to our workforce panel.
What the industry says:
John de Borman BSC, President of the British Society of Cinematographers, explains why he believes it's so important for the industry to contribute to the panels. Read John de Borman's blog.
Richard Wilson, CEO of UK games trade association, TIGA, on why developers should have a say in where future investments should be made. Read Richard Wilson's article.
Find out why Channel 4 CEO David Abraham is backing our industry panels.
See what's being said online about our industry panels on storify.
Employer? Become part of a group representing the TV, film and interactive media industries from across the UK.Read More
Are you a freelancer or employed within any area of the UK Creative Industries? Add your voice and register.Read More
How do we use your feedback?
We work closely with industry in all areas of our work in order to identify skills gaps and issues and then find potential solutions.Read More
Panel results - skills and training solutions
Creative Skillset invited members of their employer panel to participate in a survey surrounding industry skills shortages and potential training solutions.Read More
Pilot panel results
The results from the pilot panel are now available, and will influence the content of future surveys. Future trends, investment needs and training are the priorities for the industries as a whole, although results vary by sector.Read More