lnet, a highly innovative learning network for companies involved in all aspects of the Media and TV Production industry, has announced an innovative TV Production training initiative, Acadamh Ros na Rún.
Delivering practical and theoretical on set training in association with TG4’s longest running soap opera, Ros na Rún, this new initiative will, from Tuesday October 30, offer a high energy eight-week live, training programme. It’s advanced, practical, and industry-led and the TV Production training syllabus is certain to galvanise the passion of those seeking a career in Irish TV production.
Are you interested in getting behind the camera, learning the crucial art of lighting, sound, production, directing, post production and the art of tv making? In addition Acadamh Ros na Rún is also offering places for those wishing to learn the vital art of TV make up artistry, wardrobe design for tv soap and drama. The training also delivers on the important business side of TV production with a practical programme on production accounts, and training in strategic social media and public relations for tv programmes.
If you speak Irish and have the passion to work in TV and learn your required skill on a live working TV set at Ros na Rún in Spiddal, this is the programme for you.
Successful candidates will train on average four days on the live, working TV production set of Ros na Rún shadowing highly established operators in their respective discipline. One day will be spent in the classroom on theory with visits from a series of guest speakers.
“Acadamh Ros na Rún has been carefully designed based on our own practical experience at Ros na Rún over the past 23 seasons in close consultation with our broadcaster TG4 and Gréasán an Meán,” says Executive Series Producer, at Ros na Rún, Siobhán Ní Ghadhra.
“Both as an Independent TV producer and supplier of the leading TG4 soap opera we’ve found a shortage of highly skilled candidates for crucial roles in high quality TV Ppoduction who can deliver the skill to the Irish language broadcaster as Gaeilge. This training has been specifically designed to ensure that trainees will leave Acadamh Ros na Rún with a high quality skillset which they can sell across all of Ireland’s Independent TV and Film Production sector.”
If your passion is in TV production and you speak Irish then today, send your CV and a cover note as to why you are a suitable candidate for this highly sought after training programme to [email protected].
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Gréasán na Meán Skillnet is Co-Funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies and provides high end subsidised training to the media sector in Ireland. Supporting employers, employees, freelancers and jobssekers, Gréasán na Meán’s aims to provide the highest level of training to all those involved in media using both practical and theoretical initiatives.