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FRAME Basics 2024: the call for applications is open! 

FRAME Basics 2024: the call for applications is open! 

The call for applications for the 2024 FRAME Basics training session is open until April 7 2023. It is part of the FRAME training programme, organised by INA for more than 10 years, in partnership with FIAT/IFTA and EBU Academy and co-financed by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. 
 

What is FRAME?

Since 2010, INA organises the annual training programme FRAME in partnership with FIAT/IFTA (International Federation of Television Archives) and EBU Academy (European Broadcasting Union). FRAME is a co-funded by the Creative Europe – MEDIA programme of the European Union. The FRAME training programme consists in 3 training actions per year: two training sessions – FRAME Basics for beginner or less experienced professionals and FRAME Advanced for experienced and trained ones – and a mentoring programme addressed to young professionals – FRAME Mentoring. With a comprehensive approach, the FRAME training programme covers each step and aspect of audiovisual archiving.

  • To help you determine which FRAME training action is made for you, we invite you to complete this questionnaire; after analysing your answers, we will be able to tell you which session would best suit your profile and expectations.
  • And if you are interested in another FRAME training action, please let us know by email and we will inform you about next calls for applications.

FRAME Basics 2024

The FRAME Basics training session is designed and organised by INA with the support of FIAT/IFTA, EBU Academy and the FRAME Committee composed of recognized European audiovisual archives experts.

The training programme will cover all the audiovisual content management process, from its preservation, digitisation, documentation to its access, reuse and promotion. It will focus on fundamental knowledge and skills, necessary for professionals working for the management of audiovisual collections. Following topics will be covered (non-exhaustive list):

  • Audiovisual heritage international associations and networks
  • The archiving process
  • Access strategies
  • Access projects case studies
  • Audiovisual media physical asset
  • Migration process
  • Digitisation plan and projects design and implementation
  • Audiovisual digital file formats
  • Documentation process and data management
  • Data uses
  • AI applied to audiovisual archives
  • Audiovisual archives legal framework and copyright

Training courses will be designed and delivered, in English, by recognised European and international experts. They will share their best practices, tips and fundamental knowledge.

Who can apply?

FRAME Basics is addressed at all European and international professionals working in the audiovisual archives field, regardless of their experience, nationality, or field of activity (technical, documentation, production, etc.).

Nevertheless, it is aimed primarily at professionals who need to acquire the fundamentals of audiovisual archiving, at professionals with little experience, or who have had little or no training background in this field.

15 applicants will be selected.

When and where?

The FRAME Basics training session will take place online during 6 half-days, in two parts, from June 12-14 and June 19-21, 2024.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees cover the costs of the training session organisation, the creation and production of the training programme and training materials, and the remuneration of speakers.

  • For non-scholarship-participants: 500 Euros
  • For scholarship-participants: 300 Euros

Scholarships

The scholarships will be granted in priority to participants:

  • From Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Hungary, Latvia, Cyprus, Malta, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia, Ukraine.
  • Or from any other country, explaining in a cover letter the need for this financial support, and the impossibility of obtaining such funding from their institution or in their home country.

How to apply?

To apply to FRAME Basics 2024, please complete the application form before April 7, 2024.
After this date, a jury will examine all applications received and select the participants. All applicants will be notified of the selection or not of their application.
For more information and any questions: frame@ina.fr

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