From 1,000 expressions of interest, 300 get to apply for AWARD School. Only 100 were accepted in 2012.
Do you want to get in next year?
AWARD to the rescue.
AWARD School organisers, The Communications Council, in conjunction with veteran Creative Director, Mark Amdur will be holding a series of two-day AWARD Pre-School workshops as a primer for AWARD School 2013.
To be accepted to AWARD School, applicants need specific skills as well as raw creative genius - idea generation techniques, an understanding of the key creative tools for each media and presentation skills, among them.
To get through the gates of AWARD school, you have to know how to create and present your work so it will get noticed. Remember there are hundreds of applicants. Your application has to make a creative director stop, look and say, 'wow'.
The two day pre-School workshop is designed to help you get into AWARD School and help you nail it.
The program includes:
Copywriting – tutorial and workshop
Print advertising – tutorial & ad development workshop
TV, film and video – writing– storyboard development workshop
Radio writing workshop
Ambient / Interactive digital brief tutorial and showcase
Art Direction —design workshop.
How to present your ads to AWARD School
Presentation skills and tips for your application
Everything you need to know before applying is on the website.