Advanced TV & Film Production

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Course Content

A d v a n c e d T V & F i l m P r o d u c t i o n
  • Media Ethics and Legal Framework
  • Media Industry Awareness
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Television & Video Studio Production
  • Digital Video Processing & Production
  • Documentary Production
  • Editing Practices & Techniques
  • Scriptwriting for Film & Televison Drama
  • Film & Digital Video Production

Course Description

This course is designed for those who wish to up-skill for employment or prepare a portfolio for TV and Film or Media Studies in higher education. Students will gain practical hands on experience, learn about the Film industry and have full access to the Adobe Creative Suite for the duration of the course.


5M2094 QQI Level 5 Photography

Career Opportunities

Graduates progress to employment in various areas including:

Script Writer l Videographer l Video Editor | TV Studio Production Crew | Director | Digital
Content Creator


The Film, TV and Animation sector in Ireland comprises 11,960 jobs across the economy

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Progression to degrees

Graduates can progress to a variety of degree programmes including:

TU Dublin | Photography | Level 8

Ulster University | Photography with Video | Level 8

DkIT | Creative Media | Level 8

DkIT | Film and Television Production | Level 8

IADT | Photography | Level 8

IADT | Film and TV Production | Level 8

TUS Limerick | Photography, Film, Video | Level 8

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Fees For The Academic Year 2024 – 2025

All courses have a Registration Fee of €30 (non-refundable).

A non-refundable Registration fee of €30 will be payable on acceptance of a PLC place. Essential course materials may be required for some courses the cost of which will be borne by the student.

All fees are subject to change. All fees must be paid with a Credit/Debit card online. No cash is acceptable.

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I enjoyed all aspects on the course including Digital and Film Processing, Digital Movie Processing, History of Photography. There are excellent tutors and facilities with comprehensive notes. Following on from my year in Ó Fiaich Institute as a mature student, I received a place at Ulster University to study Photography and Video.I would highly recommend this programme to anyone with an interest in visual media, be it stills photography or video production and for anyone wishing to pursue 3rd level education, a PLC course provides great preparation and insight to what lies ahead.

Liam Duffner Photography Graduate

I enjoyed all aspects of the course, as it was a wide and varied range. If I were to pick a specific module, it would be the main photography module itself, and getting to communicate with classmates with photography, and getting to go outside and learn about making images.There are a wide range of courses with highly qualified and helpful tutors/teachers ready to assist in every aspect of the course you wish to study.When I joined the Photography course, I had a fair idea of shooting with a camera on manual, instead of letting the camera do the work, but as the year progressed. Everything I learned on the course applied in my current job as a sports photographer/picture desk editor with Sportsfile (Ireland’s leading sports photography agency). Communication is huge in my line of work, both with colleagues and with clients in PR (Public Relations) jobs where they wish to have their logo shown in such a way and shot a certain way, and making their imagination a reality, which is not an easy job.I would highly recommend doing the Photography course at any and all ages, if you are wishing to become a professional photographer, or even want to take it up as a hobby, or even take your photography to the next level.

Ben McShane Photography Graduate