Bectu worked on the negotiation of a series of collective agreements broadly covering film, television and theatre workers. We also encourage agreements that guarantee best practices, such as the APA, and that implement a series of professional assessment programmes which can be found below: the Joint Industry Committee (composed of representatives from the BBC, ITV, PACT, large film companies and BECTU) determines the level of experience, training and responsibility required to maintain the different professional designations (grades) in the programme. Visit the JIGS website. Prep and Wrap: In the past, most costume departments were expected to work a normal day more “reasonable preparation and packaging”. Under the new agreement, while Prep and Wrap has not completely disappeared, it has been recognized, first, and, second, set at half an hour at the beginning and half an hour at the end of each day. This should not change from production to production, superiors do not have to negotiate the time that their department makes available free of charge. This is an important step to get rid of it completely in the future. This agreement will affect you if you are working on a great film, defined as a film with a budget of 30 million or more. Fine details can get used to it a bit, but the most important points are covered below. By far the greatest success of these negotiations is the erosion of “hours of care”. The fact is that the conclusion of this agreement was a negotiation. .