Centennial College, Fanshawe College, and Seneca College have partnered with government and industry to fill the labour shortage in the film and television industry through micro-credential programs. The eight micro-credentials will provide industry professionals with a way to upskill, while also providing the colleges’ current students with a way to gain additional in-demand skills. Centennial will offer Grip/Lighting and Television and Film Production Accounting Basic Skills; Fanshawe will offer Location Sound, Previsualization, and Virtual Production; and Seneca will offer Media Organization for Unscripted TV – Avid, Output and Delivery for Unscripted TV – Avid and Virtual Production. The courses will be offered in in-person and hybrid formats, which will help students to balance work and learning priorities. Newswire Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.