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NEW Traineeship in Multi-Camera and Documentary Production Level 6

Course Code ITT

NFQ Level 6*

Duration 1 Year (12 Months)

Award QQI Level 6 Certificate in Film and Television Production

Camera Operations

12 month course on practical skills to work in tv and video - directing, producing, camera work, sound editing, postproduction & live studio.

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Why choose a Traineeship in Multi-Camera and Documentary Production?

This is course offers you a pathway to an interesting, exciting and rewarding career in the television and video production industries.

This highly practical course is aimed at producing graduates who will have the core practical skills and experience to work across all areas of television and video production including directing, producing, camera work, sound editing, postproduction, live studio and outside broadcast recording.

This course is also relevant to you if you have an interest in gaining professional level skills in factual and documentary production as well planning, organising and creating television shows and video content.

You will also gain an opportunity to work on ‘live’ commissions from clients in the real world.

  1. Traineeships are fully funded course there are no fees.
  2. Traineeships suit students who enjoy learning by doing.

What will you study?

  • Editing Practice and Techniques (6N5427)
  • Media Industry Awareness (6N5505)
  • Team Leadership (6N1948)
  • Work Experience (6N1946)
  • Television and Film Production Management (6N5432)
  • Television and Video Studio Production (6N5945)
  • Documentary Production (6N18514)
  • Film and Television Camera and Lighting (6N18516)

Course Facilities

  1. State of the art professional broadcast standard TV studio.
  2. Broadcast standard camera, editing and production equipment.
  3. Professional standard experience on live video events.

Course Features

  • Work experience on ‘live’ commissions.
  • Workshops with industry professionals.

What do you need to apply?

In addition to the Entry Requirements, for this course applicants will be invited to attend a short interview. At the interview you must bring or send in advance a portfolio with samples of some of your recent creative work. Please see the ‘Portfolio Guidelines’ for details.

Applicants with previous relevant media experience may also apply.

Portfolio Guidelines

Applicants should have a short portfolio of video related work. (Video, social media videos, photographs)

Progression Opportunities

  • Traineeships are primarily focused on students entering the expanding TV and Film industry.
  • Graduates of this course may also apply through the CAO and/or the Higher Education Links Scheme for entry to higher and advanced certificate and degree programmes at national Institutes of Technology, Technological Universities and Universities, (applicants should confirm linked awards and eligibility requirements with relevant Higher Education Institution).

Career Opportunities

  • Graduates of this course will have the qualifications and experience to enter the TV and Film industry in all production areas.
  • Graduates of BCFE TV courses currently work in almost every production company in Ireland at all levels and in all departments.
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