This new, exciting and fully-funded traineeship provides the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to work in the Television, Film and Radio sectors. This practical course offers mandatory vocational work placement with our industry partners, gaining you invaluable real-world experience, whilst also engaging in college-based learning which equips participants to work in a vibrant, dynamic and growing media sector.
Applicants who are currently in receipt of a Social Welfare payment may continue to receive that payment for the duration of the course.
The course will be a blend of in person college classes combined with a work placement with a partner media company.
Start Date: September 2023
Completion Date: May 2023
QQI Level 6:
- Television Studio Production
- Editing Practice and Techniques
- Radio Documentary Production
- Film and Television Camera and Lighting
- Work Practices
Workshops in the following disciplines will also be offered:
- Digital Marketing
- TV and Film Production Management
- Industry Standards Certification
Why Should You Apply?
This course will give you the opportunity to gain work placement with major media companies in Ireland and train in technical media production skills. It is a fully funded training programme which includes software, equipment, guest speakers, industry certification and excursions. Work and Train with likeminded media professionals in an exciting environment while gaining the skills to enable you to work in the TV & Film industry.
There are no fees for Traineeship courses. You could be entitled to Travel or a Meal Allowance. If you are on a Department of Social Welfare payment you may be able to continue to receive your payments, you should check with your DSP officer.
Applicants should ideally have previous media experience or a QQI L5 or equivalent qualification in relevant area.
Applicants will be called for interview and should present a portfolio of media related work. For example, short videos, TikToks, Social media content, photographs, scripts etc.
Applicants must have a willingness to learn on the job and ability to work in a fast paced environment.
Applicants whose first language is not English may be asked to complete an English proficiency test prior to acceptance.
For more information, please contact the Course Director, Ray Coleman at email@example.com
How to Apply
Click ‘Apply Now’ at the top of this page, then ‘Apply Online’.
Click on the pulldown menu for Department Choice 1 and choose ‘Traineeships’
Then click on the pulldown menu for Course Choice 1 and Select TV & Film Production Traineeship (Media)
Alternatively, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants outside of the EU must hold a Stamp 4 letter in order to be eligible to apply for the programme.
Course Content and structure are subject to change and adequate numbers enrolled.