All education, whether formal training, mentoring, coaching, academic teaching, class instruction1000, internship, distance education, is programmed and disciplined. It follows principles, processes and procedures. It aims to be fair, transparent, learner-directed, and outcomes-oriented.
There is a myth in media and entertainment that when you are too unsuccessful, old, tired or broke, you can always make easy money in teaching. After all, everyone wants to get into show business. So acting, film and TV producing, writing and journalism courses appear to be well supported, lucrative and easy.
Nothing could be further from the truth. Media and entertainment training and development require the experience and wisdom of people who know what they are doing, and the knowledge and practice of qualified educationalists.