Helping Georgia’s film industry get back to work

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The Georgia Film Academy (GFA), a collaboration of the University System of Georgia and the Technical College System of Georgia, is offering the first ever COVID Compliance Course to help the state’s multi-billion-dollar industry relaunch. Free for film and television production workers, casts and crew, the two-part course provides online training on safety and sanitation best practices for anyone who works on a film set in Georgia.

GFA’s veteran film instructors are incorporating the latest protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Georgia Department of Public Health to create individualized, trade-specific practices on film sets. The goal is to ensure Georgia leads the nation in safely reopening and operating film and TV productions. Graduates of the course will receive certificates of completion from GFA and a handbook of recommended procedures.

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