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A script editor training scheme run by indie Eleven and backed by the BBC, Sony and Screen Scotland has expanded to eight places for its third iteration.

Duly Noted, which aims to train underrepresented talent – including deaf, disabled, neurodivergent and LGBTQIA+ individuals – for script editing jobs in TV, is offering five days of London-based training workshops, up from the previous four.

Each of the eight trainees, who will be drawn from across the nations and regions, will undertake these as well as 12-week production placements on dramas across the UK.

Screen Scotland joined this year’s scheme to help broaden the regional mix, with just one of last year’s six trainees placed outside London, on Dancing Ledge Productions’ ITV thriller Platform 7 in Leeds.

The remaining five worked on Red Planet Pictures’ Death in Paradise spin-off Beyond Paradise, BBC Studios’ BBC dramas Silent Witness and Time, Tiger Aspect’s ITV anthology Three Little Birds and Eleven’s BBC upcoming series Ten Pound Poms.

Duly Noted was founded by Eleven creative director Carissa Hope Lynch, who facilitates the scheme with writer Tolula Dada and the indie’s inclusion and training officer Sophie Wood, who was access co-ordinator on last year’s scheme.

Applications for the scheme are open until 24 March. 

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