Project ID - TIS001427
TV and Film Production


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Project offered at

St Joseph's College
DUNGANNON
BT71 4NW

Contact

Ciara Donnelly

Student Skills

A media studies or filming skill set including editing images and sound.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Improved practical skills in filming and editing. Developing confidence in using editing package and camera.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Developed confidence and skills in interacting with others. Experience working with young people in a practical capacity and developing practical skills. Understanding of the importance of commitment and dedication to a task.

Extra Information

Looking for an enthusiastic student with a background in Media Studies or Filming to work with year 11 Occupational Studies pupils creating and editing their own short film for this qualification. Ideally the applicant should have a practical knowledge of the production process of filming from initial idea to editing final product on iMovies. Thursdays from 12 noon to 3.25 approximately.

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