Certificate in TV Production and Design Practices

Type

Undergraduate

Duration

12 Months

Validated by

QQI

Mode

Full-Time

Campus

Dublin Main Campus

NFQ Level

6

Showcase your creative flair through film and design with this exciting course

This exciting new Certificate in TV Production and Design Practices is perfect for those who have an interest in art, design, and film and TV production but have not yet completed a related programme and who do not have a portfolio of work. This certificate gives you the opportunity to explore and experiment across a range of TV production and design disciplines in order to enhance your skills and identify the creative specialism you might wish to pursue as a career or through further study. 

This certificate will help you expand on the core knowledge of TV Production and various Design practices, giving you the skills and confidence to advance your creative, technical and organization skills through further education or experience in the field. 

Why study TV Production and Design Practices at Griffith College?

The Certificate in TV Production and design Practices is perfect if you have a keen interest in TV production and design and will prepare you for further study in either field. This is achieved by giving you the opportunity to explore and experiment across a wide range of screen media and design activities, allowing you to develop key visualisation and representation skills. On completion of the programme, you will have the confidence and knowledge to pursue the right choice of career or further study for you. 

By doing the Certificate in TV Production and Design Practices, you'll have access to:

  • Learn a range of TV production and design disciplines in order to enhance your skills and identify the creative specialism you might wish to pursue
  • Industry-standard equipment and facilities
  • Fully equipped TV studio
  • Digital cinematography equipment
  • Avid Media Composer, ProTools and Adobe Suite 
  • On-location sound recording equipment
  • Production spaces
  • Direct connections within the film industry 

Intake Dates

The next intake for this course will be:

  • September*

*subject to sufficient numbers

Ready to take the next step?

Prospectus

Download

Open Days

View details

Journalism & Media Communications Faculty

View faculty