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Diversify your pipeline of talent with inspiring films about your talented employees.

Authentic, informative short films created by high quality TV & Film Producers and accompanying lesson plans designed by experienced teachers about the talented people and future focused job roles in your company. Distributed to schools and youth groups so that your diverse future workforce is inspired, engaged and focused on a future in your industry.

Our Partners

Diverse heat logo
vattenfall logo
Buro Happold logo
amen logo
equans logo
fairheat logo
triple point logo
department for business, energy and industrial strategy
vital energi
pinnacle power logo

Our Impact

 

I had a great experience working with See it, Be it. As an Engineer, speaking on camera doesn’t come naturally but the See it, Be it crew were super friendly and made me feel confident and comfortable throughout the experience!

I’m glad to have been given this opportunity to showcase the importance of the industry in the transition to a low carbon future, whilst also importantly showcasing the less represented faces in our industry. Visible role models have played a big part in my education choices and career so far, so I’m super excited to share my story (which has been brought to life by See it, Be it) to hopefully inspire younger generations. Lucy Sherburn – Consulting Engineer – Fairheat

‘I’ve never seen anything like this before. I learnt that working on the highways isn’t just about fixing the roads, it’s about the environment as well, and connecting people. To be honest, I didn’t even know what infrastructure was until I watched this film. It makes me think about what other jobs are out there that I don’t know about’. Leo K – Age 14

Thanks to See it, Be it, we were able to show some meaningful appreciation to our own talent, produce high quality marketing content we can use for various purposes such as recruitment, and we know a lot of school children will learn about our organisation and our sector overall.

See it Be it have done an amazing job at listening and catering for our needs.

The team has been proactive, patient and enthusiastic and their passion for driving change shines through in everything they do. Meike Imberg, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion lead at Vattenfall Heat UK



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Films by experienced TV producers and branded content specialists.

With over 20 years of TV, Film and Branded Content experience, the videos we produce are incredibly high quality. We create a compelling narrative of your diverse employees based on deep dive interviews, the films are short enough to share on social media, and captivating enough to engage young people in exactly the right way to light that spark.

Lesson plan example

Planned lessons by experienced teachers and educational consultants.

The ‘plug in and play’ lessons that accompany the films are based on the information collected from interviews plus 20 years of teaching experience making classrooms a fun environment to learn. Your company and industry deployed straight to your future workforce in an engaging and informative way, that empowers teachers, saves them time and money and inspires the hearts and minds of a diverse and talented untapped pipeline of talent.

If you are wondering where all the diversity is in your talent pipeline, it’s time to go back to school…

While the world has undergone major changes in the last 20 years, the career expectations of young people have changed little over that same period.

  • Gender stereotypes are defined between the ages of 5 and 7. 
  • 53% of girls and 47% of boys opt for the same 10 jobs, traditional roles like teacher, doctor, nurse, police officer, lawyer. 
  • There is a clear disconnect between the jobs that will exist in the future and the ideas teens have about their careers, meaning that companies like you will have a skills gap to plug in the future – unless we can get young people engaged earlier.
  • Disadvantaged young people are more likely to opt for jobs that are not future proofed and are more likely to disappear due to automation.
  • Girls remain less likely to aspire to STEM professions, even with strong academic performance in this area.*

OECD/PISA REPORT 2018: Dream Jobs

 

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