Award: Certificate in Television Production (Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications).
Semester 1 modules are delivered online and through on site weekend workshops. In Semester 2 students are on placement in RTE and in TVM. For further information on online delivery and timetabling go to: http://tel.cit.ie/certintvproduction
The Certificate in Television Production is aimed at those wanting to launch a career in TV programme making, as well as those already in the industry wanting to upskill. It combines study of the media market, both domestic and international, with specialised training in craft and production. Lectures will introduce students to the current industry environment with in-depth knowledge of media ownership, funding models and programme formats. Students will develop the professional skills required to launch a career within the television production sector.
What will you be doing?
TV Production, audio visual production, researching, directing, camera operating, sound recording and video editing, live programming and documentary making.
Why do this course?
- All participants will get work experience in RTE and an independent TV production company.
- Students will be introduced to experienced and senior speakers working in TV production both in Ireland and internationally.
- Annual seminar organised by students on current and emerging trends within programme production will provide further networking opportunities.
- The programme is delivered in a blended format, combining both online delivery and face-to-face placement activities.
- Blended learning will offer you the opportunity to study part of the programme within your own schedule and at your own location.
Duration & Content
1 academic year part-time
TV Production Careers
TV Industry Environment
TV Industry Placement*
*The TV Industry Placement module provides students with valuable experience of both initial on site industry practice as well as specialised training. Participants will have an opportunity to work in a wide range of television production areas including live studio programming, outside broadcasting, research and concept development, camera and sound. Industry partners will collaborate in identifying appropriate skillsets that students can develop and in which they will receive mentorship and hands-on experience.