FTM’s Smoluk to Serve as Panelist for McMaster University Virtual Open

Film Training Manitoba’s Managing Director Adam Smoluk will be serving as a guest panelist at a virtual open house held by McMaster University’s Continuing Education on August 25, 2021.

“Canada has a competitive labour market and McMaster University’s continuing education programs are calibrated to help professionals further develop their skills,” said Smoluk. “As a graduate of McMaster’s Business Administration diploma program, I have benefited greatly from this excellent program and I am very honoured to encourage others to further their careers with McMaster University’s programs.”

During the panel session, Smoluk will answer audience questions and give career advice.

Adam graduated with a Business Administration diploma from McMaster University and with honours from Red River College (RRC)’s Human Resource Management and Management Development programs. He earned a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation and a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP) Senior Certified Professional designation. Smoluk also completed micro-credential certificates in career and employment coaching from the University of Winnipeg and Leading Through Conflict from Western University.

Adam has directed multiple feature films and uses his unique combination of filmmaking experience and human resources training to create workforce development opportunities for Manitoba’s dynamic film industry.

To register to attend please follow this link: 

https://mcmastercce.ca/events/virtual-open-house?utm_source=Promo_Kit_VOH&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Promo_Kit_VOH_Email


FTM is a member of the Province of Manitoba’s sector council program funded through the Department of Economic Development and Training. FTM builds a highly skilled and adaptable film industry workforce to support the activities of Manitoba production companies. FTM collaborates and partners with members of the film and television industry to identify training needs to support workforce development output.

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