RNIB Scotland and BBC co-host event
- Section: The ALLIANCE
- Type: News Item
- Published: 10th November 2023
RNIB Scotland and BBC Scotland are putting on a fantastic opportunity on 28 November 2023 for young people to engage with BBC Scotland.
“BBC Scotland are delighted to host this group event at our Headquarters at Pacific Quay.
Ensuring we have a diverse workforce that creates brilliant content that is representative of our communities is a key focus for us at the BBC in Scotland. We are constantly working to ensure we have a workforce that can enrich what we do with their unique experiences and perspectives, and we know that we cannot achieve this without working with other organisations.
We are excited about the conversations we are going to have as we host the RNIB and recognise that great connections can lead to great outcomes.”
Sandeep Gill, Inclusion Lead BBC Scotland
1250: Meet & welcome at PQ Reception
1300: Event Starts:
- Welcome from Sandeep Gill, Diversity and Inclusion Lead for BBC Scotland
- 2. Overview of Diversity and Inclusion at the BBC & BBC Apprenticeships opportunities
- 3. Panel Event & Q&A’s – we have a fantastic talented panel lined up, sharing their experiences of working at the BBC, across all areas, including News, Content and Production Management.
- 4. At the end of the panel event, we’ll have an opportunity to for some refreshments and to chat to BBC Staff and representatives from our Staff Networks.
1430 – 1600 Group Tour of PQ, including TV Studios, Radio and News
1630 – Event closes & thank you for coming today.
Spaces are limited and are first come first served. To reserve a place, please email Margaret.email@example.com by 14 November detailing the individual’s name, contact info/email address, organisation (if appropriate) and include any dietary or access requirements.
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