Border Force Hosts Animation

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Border Force Hosts Animation 
We are looking for a male or female voiceover for an animated training film. Warm but with a note of authority and professionalism. The voice over needs to encourage people to take their job seriously and understand the importance of their role as well seeing that doing so will make their job better and more rewarding. Aimed at all age audience and some for whom English may not be their first language. Fee is £400 which includes online usage in perpetuity. Provisional recording date at a central London studio is 28 April but this can be flexible depending on the artist's availability. 
2016-04-20 10:29:09 GMT
2016-04-21 17:00:00 (GMT 0) Greenwich Mean Time: Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
United Kingdom, London
Fixed - GBP 400
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
Via Internet: UK
English - British
Not defined
Young Adult Female OR Young Adult Male OR Middle Age Female OR Middle Age Male
• Talent must record at a designated studio in a specified area
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

ePassport gates are a quicker and smarter way for people to enter the UK. But there are still a lot of people who are eligible to use them but don’t know how.

That’s why your role is so important.

Firstly you can encourage passengers to use the gates.

And secondly, help those who do.

Because some people won’t even try them …

… and some who do, don’t always get it right!

For many passengers, the first person they’ll meet when they arrive in the UK is you. It’s important that you’re professional and welcoming.

So please don’t chew gum or use your phone when you’re at work.

Greet passengers with a smile and ask to see their passports.

If they have an e-Passport …

… direct them towards the e-Passport gates.

If they are nervous about using the gates …

… reassure them that they’re easy to use and that there’ll be someone there to help if they need it.

Don’t slow the queue down by chatting with passengers …

… however friendly they are.

If they need help, encourage others to go round them so they don’t hold up the queue.

At different times of the day, the gates will be busier than others.

So keep an eye on the arrivals board.

It will make your life a lot easier if you’re prepared for longer or shorter queues before the passengers arrive.

Before they reach the gates, give passengers simple instructions, loudly and clearly, so it’s not just the people near you who can hear.

Remind them to remove their passports from any covers.

And because the gates work on facial recognition, they should take off any hats or sunglasses, as well as large chunky headphones, neck pillows and skiers puffer jackets.

Ask them to line up in front of the gates

..and enter when green.

Stand in the direction of the footprints …

And don’t stand too close or lean towards the screen.

Open passports to the photo page.

With the photo page face down, insert the passport all the way into the reader. Keep it still and in position.

And look ahead at the screen until it turns green.

Even after all these instructions, there will be some passengers who still don’t know what to do!

If a passenger is having difficulty using a gate, find out what they’re doing wrong.

Ask them to try again before sending them to a Border Force officer.

But don’t do it for them. It’s much better if they learn to do it themselves.
Don’t stand in a gate or block empty gates when you’re helping them.

e-Passport gates can make a real difference for passengers arriving in this country.

And you have a big part to play in that.

So instead of this ….

You can have this ….

And you’ll feel like this too. 
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