Procam has taken on its second batch of trainees from the MAMA Youth Project (MYP).

The MYP was set up to equip young people under 25 with the skills and experience needed to work in the TV and media industry.

Francesco Corazzi, Francis Sylver, James Marsh-Edwards and Jordan Heron have all joined the London-headquartered hire company on a 13-week placement.

The trainees will rotate between all kit room departments, including sound, camera, lighting and grip.

Once they have received enough training they will become more involved in the main operation of checking in and preparing equipment for shoots.

As well as working at Procam’s premises, Corazzi has also worked as a runner on an unnamed programme with Procam DoP and head of training Saul Gittens.

Procam took on its first batch of MYP trainees in December last year.