CrewCare acts as an information and educational hub to advance the health and wellbeing of live production crew. We collaborate with industry specialists to implement educational programs designed to help crew develop self-awareness and monitor their mental wellbeing and physical health, recognise the warning signs and understand ways to deal with issues that can sometimes arise.
Our educational objectives are not only confined to live production professionals, but also their partners and families, and the public as a whole. CrewCare's avenues for education assist in communicating the stories, creating awareness, and provide external recognition of the crew's vital importance in ensuring a live performance runs smoothly.
Health & Wellbeing
CrewCare is engaging with industry specialists and assisting in the development of health and wellbeing programmes and specific literature, covering such areas including:
Mental Health Awareness
Life on the road
Life off the road
Life after the road
Family & Relationships
CrewCare's literature and educational programmes are being developed in partnership with individuals and organisations active in the live entertainment industry. CrewCare works closely with allied organisations, such as Support Act, The Hemisphere Group, CX Network, government, and associated allied bodies. CrewCare is also approaching universities, TAFE's and institutes that provide music faculties and/or training courses, making them aware of CrewCare and how together we can work to each others benefit.
- Mentoring Programmes
- Employment Notice Board
- Skills & Job Training (Re-training)