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Communication and Media Production
FETAC Award (Level 5 – EMPXX), Higher National Diploma, BA (Hons)
This three year course provides a comprehensive study of the communication and media production business. The course is conducted in a relaxed yet stimulating environment and has both practical and academic dimensions. Students can gain “hands on” skills and emphasis is on production of high quality media. Access to the most modern equipment enables students to reach professional production standards.
TV Production, Digital Photography, Radio Production, Digital Editing, Media Studies, Sociology, Image Processing, Work Experience, Communications.
Television Studies, Film Studies, Sound Design for the Moving Image, Studio TV Production, Photography, Studio Music Production, Research Techniques.
Specialisation in Sound Production or Television Production.
Sound Modules include: Computer Game Sound Design, Radio Documentary, Radio Drama, Music Production, Project Development, Multitrack Recording.
Television Modules include: Film and TV Documentary, Editing, Work within the Digital Environment, Project Development, DVD Authoring.
Contextual Studies Dissertation, Special Subject Investigation, TV and Sound Engineering, Work Placement.
FETAC Level 5, Higher National Diploma, BA (Hons).
Leaving Certificate (including LCA) and interview (with portfolio). Mature Students are also actively encouraged.
Radio and Sound Recording, Music Business, Advertising and Public Relations, Graphic Design, Publishing, Photography, Television Production and Broadcast, Webcasting, TV Graphics, Interactive Media, Film Production, Publishing, Post Production, Sound for Film and Tv, Computer Game Sound Design
Progression to the final year of the BA (Hons) Media, at the University of Wolverhampton, University of Central Lanchashire and a number of UK Universities.
In 2013 we are delivering a pilot top up Degree within the school (BA Hons Film & Video Production)
If you'd like to see some Video Work created during the course, feel free to visit our Vimeo Page.
We are also introducing a series of Interview with Past Pupils of the Course, so if you're interested in what people did after their time with us, feel free to read the articles below.
Alan Weldon - Sound Recordist and Radio Producer
Avril McGovern - Photographer
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