Multi Camera Television
Certificate Multi Camera Television.
This course is currently offered in collaboration with Creative Futures Academy (CFA). CFA is a ground-breaking partnership between: The National College of Art and Design, University College Dublin, and the Institute of Art, Design + Technology. Our tailored programmes and micro courses offer access to expertise and networks across the three leading creative institutions and our industry partners. Learn with us as we experiment, innovate and respond to change.
What is this course about?
This intensive 3-week course includes a one-week work placement in the fast-paced studios of Virgin Media Television in Ballymount, Dublin 10. The course will provide an opportunity to develop your own abilities and gain new, unique skills in live studio broadcast production. You will collaborate with professionals of all levels to create a studio programme for any audience, broadcaster or platform.
The industry has seen a huge jump in multi-camera production. The course will be of interest to graduates and working professionals in film and media with an interest in TV production.
The course offers 12 places, with 3 places in each of the following areas: Studio Camera Lighting Operator; Sound Operator; Gallery Production Assistant; Vision-mixing.
What will I do on this course?
Learn how to work in specific production roles in a studio programme to Irish and European broadcast standards.
What you learn is built on three strands: Content Creation / Production Operations / Technical Competencies. These include the technical competencies required including audio, lighting, camera operation, vision mixing and production assistance, in a full professional HD broadcast gallery and related technical equipment.
The work placement in Virgin Media Television will be focused on live studio production with hands on learning in a live gallery environment.
Who can apply?
This course is aimed primarily at existing freelance professionals working in the broadcast industries who are interested in upskilling and/or reskilling in one of these key areas: Studio Camera Lighting Operator; Sound Operator; Gallery Production Assistant; Vision-mixing.
Entry requirements include an undergraduate qualification of 2nd Class Honours or higher at Honours Degree level (Level 8). Applicants without a Level 8 qualification who have relevant professional experience may be considered through our RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) process.
Eligible freelance professionals will be prioritised for this course, but there may be limited availability for currently employed broadcast professionals already working in full-time positions. Freelance professionals may be eligible for partial funding support.
As part of your application we require:
A recent CV including an introductory statement outlining your interest in the course and clearly stating your desired pathway (in order of preference) for Studio Camera Lighting Operator; Sound Operator; Gallery Production Assistant; Vision-mixing.
You may be asked to attend an interview.
Friday, 5th May 2023 at 4pm
Attendance is required 5 days a week, full-time, for 3 weeks.
Post Course Info
A variety of professional pathways exist in the audio-visual, web and screen industries. You may want to work as online content providers in the broadcast media, advertisement agencies, production facilities, company in-house production facilities, state and civil society bodies, and indeed any group involved in the creation and distribution of audio-visual content.
The course will enable you to incorporate your skills into your production practices and future professional roles, and give you real-life experience in a professional working environment.
On successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate in Multi Camera Television from IADT.