Film and TV 5M18519
This course provides an opportunity for students to build a visual portfolio within the areas of Television and Digital Film Production. There is a focus on developing the knowledge and practical foundation skills required for students to advance in these technical and artistic areas.
Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate Applied, or equivalent.
Mature applicants welcome
5N0627 Film Production
5N0540 Television and Film Editing
5N1356 Work Experience
5N1298 Media Analysis
5N18476 Script Writing
5N1292 Image Processing
5N2148 Desktop Multimedia Audio Production
5N1590 Cinematography Camera Operations
Learners may also have the opportunity to study from Maths as an extra module.
GTI has developed a style of teaching to meet the needs of a diverse community of learners. We make extensive use of advanced multimedia and internet based technologies to bring subject matter to life and to ensure effective learning. Whenever possible, we use a Learn-by-Doing approach to make the learning experience more realistic and enjoyable. We provide learning supports that are tailored to the needs of individual learners.
QQI Level 5 Award in TV & Film Production 5M5158
Students who successfully complete this course may have entry to Third Level Institutes and Colleges through the Higher Education Links Schemes.
FOR EXAMPLE: Successful students may be considered for entry to the following courses:
The most up-to-date information on Higher Education Links is located at the CAO website.
Click here for details of CAO QQI Requirements Lookup.
- Student Service Fee: €175
- DES Programme Participation Contribution: €200
- QQI Certification Fee: €50
- Class Materials E50
This is a full-time one-year course and runs from September-May
GTI reserves the right to make changes in any course, to limit the number of places available or to withdraw a course. No part of this information shall be deemed to form a contract between the Institute and a student or third party.
GTI gave me the opportunity to gain the practical skills which have allowed me to make a career in the film industry. The technical skills I learned at GTI have been invaluable and I still occasionally refer to class notes! I owe my current career to the foundation training I received at GTI. Since leaving GTI I have completed an MA in Film Making at Kingston University in London. I now work as an Assistant Producer for the sister companies Lost Eye Films and London Music Video.. I also run my own independent production company (Room 12Productions named after the classroom in GTI) I produce / direct short films and music videos. Our latest music video recently won the London 48 Hour Music Video award 2012 and will be London’s representative Music Video in the International 48 Hour Music Video Competition in Los Angeles in March