Film Training Manitoba (FTM) wishes to extend our heartfelt thanks to Terence Fuller for his excellent service as a board member. Terence stepped down after more than five years of service as the co-chair and then vice-chair to FTM. Terence chaired the governance committee and, in this position, he championed board reforms which saw FTM move to a governance model of the majority of board members being from underrepresented groups. In addition, Terence supported the updating of FTM hiring policies within FTM’s bylaws and supported FTM conducting more training sessions in rural Manitoba and programs for women workers.
“Our team FTM cannot thank Terence enough for his important work helping develop and carry out training for Manitoba’s film community. He has an outstanding record as a board member,” said FTM’s board chair, Andrew Yankiwski.
Terence has worked in the Manitoba Film Industry since 2004 and has undertaken numerous training programs including receiving a Conflict Management Certificate though Mediation Services Winnipeg, Harassment Investigation (Level 1 & 2) Certificate through Hill Advisory Services, and Safety Training through both SAFE Work Manitoba and the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba.
As a veteran of the film industry, Terence has instructed multiple training courses for Film Training Manitoba (FTM) for close to a decade. In addition, he has aided in the organization’s curriculum development and instruction of the Set Orientation, Safety Awareness and Respect in the Workplace in-class course.