Script Researcher course free of cost 6 month

Script Researcher course free of cost 6 month

Brief Job Description: Individuals at this job need to provide research material to the scriptwriter and carry out research/ develop story outlines to identify possible scripts/ stories
Personal Attributes: This job requires the individual to research the script subject (with its premise and other elements) as per the brief given by the scriptwriter or the production house. The individual is required to gather information and insights from a variety of sources for potential stories. The individual must possess the ability to accord dramatic interpretations to real life events, so as to formulate a fictional story outline consistent with reality. The individual should be well-versed with script construction, to be able to gauge the audio-video potential of the research material and its placement within the screenplay structure.
Qualifications Pack Code MES/Q3003
Job Role Script Researcher This job role is applicable in both national and international scenarios
Credits(NSQF) TBD Version number 1.0
Sector Media and Entertainment Drafted on 08/11/2014
Sub-sector Film, Television, Animation, Gaming, Advertising Last reviewed on 26/11/2018
Occupation Screen/Script writing Next review date 20/06/2021
NSQC Clearance on 22/08/2019
Job Role Script Researcher
Role Description Research and develop story outlines
NSQF level 5
Minimum Educational Qualifications Maximum Educational Qualifications Graduate Post Graduate
Training (Suggested) Course in Script-writing/Creative-writing
Experience 3-5 Years of work experience
    Applicable National Occupational Standards (NOS)  
Performance Criteria As described in the relevant OS units
 
Keywords /Terms
Description  
   
Budget Budget is an estimate of the total cost of production that may include a break-up of cost components  
Continuity Continuity represents the seamless transition from one shot to another  
Copyright Laws A legal framework linked to intellectual property and the rights given to creators of original products/ concepts  
Screenplay Screenplay is the script coupled with key characteristics of the scene and directions for acting  
  Script Script is a structured narrative of a story  
Sector Sector is a conglomeration of different business operations having similar businesses and interests. It may also be defined as a distinct subset of the economy whose components share similar characteristics and interests.  
Sub-sector Sub-sector is derived from a further breakdown based on the characteristics and interests of its components.  
Target Audience Group of people at whom content/ adverting is aimed. A target audience is typically defined by age, gender, economic classification, geography and any other relevant parameters (e.g. Females, aged 25-40, average monthly household income INR 25,000-50,000, from Hindi speaking states in North India)  
Vertical Vertical may exist within a sub-sector representing different domain areas or the client industries served by the industry.  
Occupation Occupation is a set of job roles, which perform similar/related set of functions in an industry  
Function Function is an activity necessary for achieving the key purpose of the sector, occupation, or area of work, which can be carried out by a person or a group of persons. Functions are identified through functional analysis and form the basis of OS.  
Sub-functions Sub-functions are sub-activities essential to fulfill the achieving the objectives of the function.  
Job role Job role defines a unique set of functions that together form a unique employment opportunity in an organization.  
Occupational Standards (OS) OS specify the standards of performance an individual must achieve when carrying out a function in the workplace, together with the knowledge and understanding they need to meet that standard consistently. Occupational Standards are applicable both in the Indian and global contexts.  
Performance Criteria Performance Criteria are statements that together specify the standard of performance required when carrying out a task  
National Occupational Standards (NOS) NOS are Occupational Standards which apply uniquely in the Indian context.  
Qualifications Pack Code Qualifications Pack Code is a unique reference code that identifies a qualifications pack.  
Qualifications Pack(QP) Qualifications Pack comprises the set of OS, together with the educational, training and other criteria required to perform a job role. A Qualifications Pack is assigned a unique qualification pack code.  
Unit Code Unit Code is a unique identifier for an Occupational Standard, which is denoted by an ‘N’.  
Unit Title Unit Title gives a clear overall statement about what the incumbent should be able to do.  
Description Description gives a short summary of the unit content. This would be  
Script Researcher course free of cost 6 month
   
helpful to anyone searching on a database to verify that this is the appropriate OS they are looking for.
Scope Scope is the set of statements specifying the range of variables that an individual may have to deal with in carrying out the function which have a critical impact on the quality of performance required.
Knowledge              and Understanding Knowledge and Understanding are statements which together specify the technical, generic, professional and organizational specific knowledge that an individual needs in order to perform to the required standard.
Organizational Context Organizational Context includes the way the organization is structured and how it operates, including the extent of operative knowledge managers have of their relevant areas of responsibility.
Technical Knowledge Technical Knowledge is the specific knowledge needed to accomplish specific designated responsibilities.
Core Skills / Generic Skills Core Skills or Generic Skills are a group of skills that are key to learning and working in today’s world. These skills are typically needed in any work environment. In the context of the OS, these include communication related skills that are applicable to most job roles.
Keywords /Terms Description
NOS National Occupational Standard(s)
QP Qualifications Pack
NSQF National Skill Qualifications Framework
NVEQF National Vocational Education Qualifications Framework
NVQF National Vocational Qualifications Framework
Overview
This unit is about understanding and detailing the concept
Unit Code
Text Box: National Occupational StandardUnit Title (Task) Description Scope
MES/N3001
Understand and detail the concept
This OS unit is about understanding and detailing the concept This unit/task covers the following:
  • Understanding the concept
    • Detailing out the concept
Note:
  • Concepts may be developed by the individual him/herself or communicated by Directors/Producers, production houses, clients etc. Therefore, understanding of the concept may be an internal or external process.
    • Detailing out the concept is likely to be a requirement for Scriptwriters, but may be an informal process/optional for Script Editors or Script Researchers.
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope Element                   Performance Criteria
Understanding the concept
To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:
PC1. understand the artistic and communication goals of the concept, which may be self-created, provided in a brief, or arrived at via discussions with relevant personnel (Director, Executive Producer etc.)
PC2. be aware of the intended medium (eg: feature film, short film, serialized tv series, miniseries, documentary), and evaluate how this affects viewer engagement with the concept
PC3. be aware of the intended target audience, and evaluate how this affects the concept (eg: language, pacing, maturity of themes etc.)
PC4. be aware of any relevant cultural, social or political issues that need to be taken into account
PC5. identify, research and understand key elements of the concept, including:
  • premise
  • setting
  • genre
  • central themes
  • primary mood/tone
  • broad character arcs
  • major narrative/plot points
  • structure
  • light and sound
PC6. outline key elements of the concept, along with additional notes, critiques and development ideas in various formats, which may include:
  • taglines
    • loglines
    • pitches
    • one-page synopsis
    • exposés
  running diary/annotationsstoryboards
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes) The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. the objective/outcomes of the production (e.g. audience engagement with commercial success in view for feature films, public service, information dissemination and spreading awareness etc.)
B. Technical Knowledge The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. how to assess concepts and their artistic and communication goals KB2. how to extract and interpret relevant information regarding the concept’s vision from concept briefs KB3. how to discuss and understand relevant information regarding the concept’s vision from relevant personnel (Director, Executive Producer etc.) KB4. the effect of different mediums (eg: feature film, short film, serialized tv series, miniseries, documentary) on viewer engagement KB5. the culture and literary capacity of the target audience and how the concept intends to engage them KB6. the basic principles of story-telling and character psychology KB7. elements of the concept, including premise, setting, genre, central themes, mood, tone, character arcs, narrative, structure etc. KB8. the norms and practices of concepts and concept development followed by different production houses KB9. the basic principles of concept detailing, and how to use timing, pacing, characterization and the teasing of compelling ideas effectively KB10. how to specify details of a concept in various formats (eg: taglines, loglines, pitches, synopsis, exposes etc.) and the different objectives of each KB11. how to research and tap into the sources for procuring information/ background material that will enhance understanding of the concept KB12. how to work on word processing software and scriptwriting, formatting software like Final Draft, Movie Magic and Celtx KB13. how to type in regional languages using Unicode KB14. applicable copyright norms and intellectual property rights
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic Skills Writing Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. how to specify a concept using taglines, loglines, synopsis, exposes, storyboards and understand the differing purposes for each SA2. detail out concepts complying with norms and guidelines specific to the industry/genre/region/language/culture SA3. use correct grammar, spelling, punctuation and phonetics for the language in which the concept is being developed
  Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4. read and understand any concept briefs, notes or other materials with information on the concept SA5. research the profile and characteristics of the target audience, genre, region and culture to better understand the concept’s objectives SA6. research key elements of the concept to improve understanding, as appropriate
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA7. discuss the goals and creative vision of the concept with the Producer/ Director/ Client, as required
B. Professional Skills Plan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. ensure that understanding of the concept is at a sufficient level for further tasks, and that this is achieved within timelines
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB2. identify any problems with successful execution of the task and resolve them in consultation with the producer and director
NOS Version Control
NOS Code MES/N3001
Credits(NSQF) TBD Version number 1.0
Sector Media and Entertainment Drafted on 08/11/2014
Sub-sector Film, Television, Animation, Gaming, Advertising Last reviewed on 26/11/2018
Occupation Screen/Script writing Next review date 20/06/2021
This unit is about researching material that can be used as inputs for script- writing
Unit Code
Text Box: National Occupational StandardUnit Title (Task) Description
MES/N3002
Undertake research for scripts
This OS unit is about researching material that can be used as inputs for script-writing
Scope
This unit/task covers the following:
  • Researching material that can be used as inputs for
    • Productions    could    include    animation,    advertisements/commercials, documentaries, feature films, short films, television series, theatre
    • Genres could include action, children, comedy, crime, drama, family, history, horror, romance, science fiction, teens, thriller
    scriptwriting
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope Element                   Performance Criteria
Researching material
Script Researcher course free of cost 6 month
                      that can be used as inputs for scriptwriting
To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:
PC1. identify the research required by analyzing the concept, or by taking a clear brief from relevant personnel (scriptwriter, script editor, Director, Producers)
PC2. understand the basics of scriptwriting, story structure, character creation to be able to carry out appropriate research for the scriptwriting process
PC3. identify relevant sources of information, and conduct primary (interviews, discussions) or secondary (reports, courses) research
PC4. liaise periodically with relevant personnel (scriptwriter, script editor, Director,
Producers) to provide updates on research and be made aware of any other research requirements, as appropriate
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
  1. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:
KA1. the script-writer’s requirements about the nature and scope of research
KA2. the genre and timelines for story delivery and budget within which the script would need to be delivered
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:
KB1. script-writing norms and guidelines including style, format, structure and length applicable to different industries, audiences, genres, regions, language and cultures
KB2. the context of the script with reference to other similar existing work KB3. elements of the story outline including the story plot, structure, theme,
Setting, character profiles, key turning points in the story KB4. basic research methodology
KB5. how to work on word processing software and screenwriting, formatting software like Final Draft, Movie Magic and Celtx
KB6. how to type in regional language using Unicode
KB7. narrative templates like the 3-act structure, plot point, blake Snyder’s beat sheet (save the cat) and hero’s journey
  KB8. applicable copyright norms and intellectual property rights KB9. the sources for procuring information/ background material and research KB10. applicable health and safety guidelines
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic Skills Writing Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. develop and draft appropriate research briefs to assist in the script writing process SA2. use correct grammar, spelling, punctuation and phonetics for the language in which the script is being developed
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA3. conduct extensive research across a variety of print and media resources to develop a range of possibilities for the script SA4. research the profile and characteristics of the target audience, industry, genre, region and culture SA5. research and confirm factual information used for the storyline to ensure it is accurate and supports the concept
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA6. understand the overall production concept and story concept from the Director and Producer SA7. present, discuss and solicit feedback on the story outlines from the Director and Producer
B. Professional Skills Plan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. plan and prioritize work according to the requirements and agreed timelines
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB2. identify any problems with successful execution of the task and resolve them in consultation with the producer and director
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB3. envision the impact of the script on the production budget, requirements and process
NOS Version Control
NOS Code MES/N3002
Credits(NSQF) TBD Version number 1.0
Sector Media and Entertainment Film, Television, Drafted on 08/11/2014
Sub-sector Animation, Gaming, Advertising Last reviewed on 26/11/2018
Occupation Screen/Script writing Next review date 20/06/2021
Overview
This unit is about assisting in the drafting of scripts, checking materials for accuracy and suggesting amendments if appropriate
Unit Code
Text Box: National Occupational StandardUnit Title (Task) Description
Scope
MES/N3005
Assist in drafting scripts
This OS unit is about assisting in the drafting of scripts, checking materials for accuracy and suggesting amendments if appropriate
This unit/task covers the following:
  • Writing drafts and checking the accuracy of final materials for accuracy
Note:
  • This task is context-dependent and elements of it may be performed by the Script Editor or Scriptwriter him/herself
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope Element                   Performance Criteria
Writing drafts and checking the accuracy
                      of final materials for accuracy
To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:
PC1. liaise with the scriptwriter to understand requirements in the script drafting process
PC2. prepare a story outline covering aspects such as story plot, structure, theme, setting, character profiles and key turning points, as appropriate
PC3. ensure that written contributions and drafts are factually accurate and employ the correct language
PC4. understand and explain clearly potential issues (legal, ethical or regulatory) that can arise in the written form, and how to develop scripts that avoid those errors
PC5. offer information and advice constructively, and in enough time to allow any changes to the script within deadlines
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
  1. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:
KA1. the scriptwriter’s requirements about the nature, goals and scope of the script KA2. the genre and timelines for story delivery and budget within which the script
would need to be delivered
KA3. common legal, ethical and regulatory considerations
KA4. regulations and policies of the organization relating to script writing
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:
KB1. how to construct a story and develop a script for different types of productions KB2. the essentials of scriptwriting including characters, characterization, plotting,
structure and dramaturgy
KB3. script-writing norms and guidelines including style, format, structure and length applicable to different industries, audiences, genres, regions, language and cultures
KB4. the context of the script with reference to other similar existing work KB5. elements of the story outline including the story plot, structure, theme,
  setting, character profiles, key turning points in the story KB6.     how to work on word processing software and screenwriting, formatting software like Final Draft, Movie Magic and Celtx KB7. how to type in regional language using Unicode KB8. narrative templates like the 3-act structure, plot point, blake Snyder’s beat sheet (save the cat) and hero’s journey KB9. applicable copyright norms and intellectual property rights KB10. the sources for procuring information/ background material and research KB11. applicable health and safety guidelines
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic Skills Writing Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. develop and draft story outlines complying with norms and guidelines specific to the industry/genre/region/language/culture SA2. use correct grammar, spelling, punctuation and phonetics for the language in which the script is being developed
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA3. confirm factual information used for the storyline to ensure it is accurate and supports the concept
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4. understand the overall production concept and story concept from the concept brief, Scriptwriter, or Producer SA5. present, discuss and solicit feedback on the story outlines from the Scriptwriter or Script Editor
B. Professional Skills Plan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. plan and prioritize work according to the requirements and agreed timelines
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB2. identify any problems with successful execution of the task and resolve them in consultation with the producer and director
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB3. envision the impact of the script on the production budget, requirements and process
NOS Version Control
NOS Code MES/N3005
Credits(NSQF) TBD Version number 1.0
Sector Media and Entertainment Film, Television, Drafted on 08/11/2014
Sub-sector Animation, Gaming, Advertising Last reviewed on 26/11/2018
Occupation Screen/Script writing Next review date 20/06/2021
Overview
This unit is about contributing towards maintaining a healthy, safe and secure working environment
Unit Code MES/N0104
Unit Title (Task) Maintain workplace health and safety
Description This OS unit is about contributing towards maintaining a healthy, safe and secure working environment
Scope This unit/task covers the following: understanding the health, safety and security risks prevalent at the workplaceknowing the people responsible for health and safety and the resources availableidentifying and reporting riskscomplying with procedures in the event of an emergency
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
Element Performance Criteria
Understanding the health, safety and security risks prevalent in the workplace To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC1. maintain one’s posture and position to minimize fatigue and any risk of injury PC2.   maintain first aid kit and keep oneself updated on the first aid procedures PC3. identify and document potential risks like sitting postures while using computer, eye fatigues and other hazards at the workplace PC4. accurately maintain accident reports PC5. report health and safety risks/ hazards to the concerned personnel PC6. participate in organization’s health and safety knowledge sessions and drills
Knowing the people responsible for health and safety and the resources available PC7. identify the people responsible for health and safety at the workplace, including those to contact in case of an emergency PC8. identify security signals e.g. fire alarms and places such as staircases, fire warden stations, first aid and medical rooms
Identifying and reporting risks PC9. identify aspects of your workplace that could cause potential risk to own and others health and safety PC10. ensure own personal health and safety, and that of others at the workplace through precautionary measures PC11. identify and recommend opportunities for improving health, safety, and security to the designated person PC12. report any hazards outside the individual’s authority to the relevant person in line with organisational procedures and warn other people who may be affected
Complying with procedures in the event of an emergency PC13. follow organisation’s emergency procedures for accidents, fires or any other natural calamity in case of a hazard PC14. identify and correct risks like illness, accidents, fires or any other natural calamity; safely and within the limits of individual’s authority
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A.    Organizational Context (Knowledge   of the company / organization and                    its processes) The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. organisation’s norms and policies relating to health and safety KA2. government norms and policies regarding health and safety and related emergency procedures KA3. limits of authority while dealing with risks/ hazards KA4. the importance of maintaining high standards of health and safety at a workplace
B. Technical Knowledge The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. the different types of health and safety hazards at a workplace KB2. safe working practices for own job role KB3. evacuation procedures and other arrangements for handling risks KB4. names and contact numbers of people responsible for health and safety at a workplace KB5. how to summon medical assistance and the emergency services, where necessary KB6. vendors’ or manufacturers’ instructions for maintaining health and safety while using equipments, systems and/or machines
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic Skills Writing Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. write and provide feedback regarding health and safety to the concerned people SA2. write and highlight potential risks or report a hazard to the concerned people
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA3. read instructions, policies, procedures and norms relating to health and safety
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
  The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4. highlight potential risks and report hazards to the designated people SA5. listen and communicate information with all concerned or affected
B. Professional Skills Decision making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. make decisions on a suitable course of action or plan
Plan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB2.       plan and organize people and resources to deal with risks/ hazards that lie within the scope of one’s individual authority
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB3. build and maintain positive and effective relationships with colleagues and customers
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB4. apply problem solving approaches in different situations
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB5. analyze data and activities
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6. understand hazards that fall within the scope of individual authority and report all hazards that may supersede one’s authority SB7. apply balanced judgements in different situations
NOS Version Control
NOS Code MES/N0104
Credits(NSQF) TBD Version number 1.0
Sector Media and Entertainment Film, Television, Drafted on 08/11/2014
Sub-sector Animation, Gaming, Advertising Last reviewed on 26/11/2018
Occupation Screen/Script writing Next review date 20/06/2021
Annexure
Nomenclature for QP and NOS
Qualifications Pack
9 characters
MES/ Q 0101
N denoting National Occupational Standard                                               Occupation (2 numbers)
The following acronyms/codes have been used in the nomenclature above:
Sub-sector Range of Occupation numbers
Film 01-20
Television 21-30
Print 31-35
Animation 36-45
Gaming 46-55
Radio 56-60
Digital 61-70
OOH / Advertising 71-80
Creative & Performing Art 81-85
Sound & Music 86-90
Theme & Amusement Park 91-95
Event Management 96-99
Sequence Description Example
Three letters Media and Entertainment MES
Slash / /
Next letter Whether QP or NOS Q
Next two numbers Screen/Script writing 30
Next two numbers QP number 03
CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF TRAINEES
Job Role: Script Researcher
Qualification Pack: MES/Q0303
Sector Skill Council: Media and Entertainment Skills Council
 
  Text Box: Guidelines for Assessment	

1.	Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC.
2.	The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC.
3.	Assessment will be conducted for all compulsory NOS, and where applicable, on the selected elective/option NOS/set of NOS.
4.	Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below).
5.	Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training center based on this criterion.
6.	To pass the Qualification Pack, every trainee should score a minimum of 70% of aggregate marks to successfully clear the assessment.
7.	In case of unsuccessful completion, the trainee may seek reassessment on the Qualification Pack.
Compulsory NOS Total Marks : 500 Marks Allocation
Assessment outcomes   Assessment criteria for outcomes Total marks Out Of Theory Skills Practical
  PC1.Understand the artistic and communication        
  goals of the concept, which may be self-created,        
  provided in a brief, or arrived at via discussions with   15 10 5
  relevant personnel (Director, Executive Producer        
  etc.)        
1. MES/N3001 PC2.Be aware of the intended   medium (e.g.:        
  Understand and detail the concept feature film,   short   film,   serialized   TV   series, miniseries, documentary), and evaluate how this affects viewer engagement with the concept       100 20 10 10
PC3.Be aware of the intended target audience, and evaluate how this affects the concept (e.g.:   15   10   5
  language, pacing, maturity of themes etc.)        
  PC4.Be aware of any relevant cultural, social or   15 5 10
  political issues that need to be taken into account  
  PC5.Identify,     research     and     understand     key        
  elements of the concept, including: Premise        
  Setting Genre Central themes Primary mood/tone   15 5 10
  Broad character arcs Major narrative / plot points        
  Structure Light and sound        
  PC6.Outline key elements of the concept, along with additional notes, critiques and development ideas in various formats, which may include: Taglines, loglines pitches, synopsis.     20   10   10
    Total 100 50 50
  2. MES/N3002 (Undertake research for scripts) PC1.Identify the research required by analyzing the concept, or by taking a clear brief from relevant personnel (scriptwriter, script editor, Director, Producers)   100 30 20 10
PC2.Understand the basics of scriptwriting, story structure, character creation to be able to carry out appropriate research for the scriptwriting process   25   10   15
PC3.Identify relevant sources of information, and conduct primary (interviews, discussions) or secondary (reports, courses) research   25   5   15
PC4.Liaise periodically with relevant personnel (scriptwriter, script editor, Director, Producers) to provide updates on research and be made aware of any other research requirements, as appropriate   20   10   10
    Total 100 50 50
  3. MES/N3005 (Assist in drafting scripts) PC1.Liaise with the scriptwriter to understand requirements in the script drafting process   100 20 10 10
PC2.Prepare a story outline covering aspects such as story plot, structure, theme, setting, character profiles and key turning points, as appropriate   20   10   10
PC3.Ensure that written contributions and drafts are factually accurate and employ the correct language   20   10   10
PC4.Understand and explain clearly potential issues (legal, ethical or regulatory) that can arise in the written form, and how to develop scripts that avoid those errors   20   10   10
PC5.Offer information and advice constructively, and in enough time to allow any changes to the script within deadlines 10 5 5
    Total 100 50 50
  4.    MES/N0104 (Maintain workplace health and safety) PC1. maintain one’s posture and position to minimize fatigue and the risk of injury 100 10 5 5
PC2. maintain first aid kit and keep oneself updated on the first aid procedures 100 10 5 5
PC3. identify and document potential risks like sitting postures while using computer, eye fatigues and other hazards at the workplace 5 3 2
PC4. accurately maintain accident reports 5 3 2
 
PC5. report health and safety risks/ hazards to concerned personnel
 
10
5
5
PC6. participate in organization’s health and safety knowledge sessions and drills
10
5
5
PC7. identify the people, responsible for health and safety at the workplace, including those to contact in case of an emergency
10
5
5
PC8. identify security signals e.g. fire alarms and places such as staircases, fire warden stations, first aid and medical rooms
10
5
5
PC9. identify aspects of workplace that could cause potential risk to own and others health and safety
5
3
2
PC10. ensure own personal health and safety, and that     of     others     in     the     workplace     though precautionary measures
5
3
2
PC11. identify and recommend opportunities for improving health, safety, and security to the designated person
5
2
3
PC12. report any hazards outside the individual’s authority to the relevant person in line with organisational procedures and warn other people who may be affected
5
2
3
PC13. follow organisation’s emergency procedures for accidents, fire or any other natural calamity in case of a hazard
5
2
3
PC14. identify and correct risks like illness, accidents, fires or any other natural calamity safely and within the limits of individual’s authority
5
2
3
   
Total
100
50
50

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