Upcoming Courses

Screen Training Ireland offer a comprehensive range of courses across 3 key areas which you can filter from.

Health & Safety for Film & TV Production starting 23.01.2017

The aim of the course is to provide participants with information and knowledge regarding general health and safety, and to alert them to their responsibilities and duties as agents of employers according to the Health and Safety Act 2005 as it relates to the film and television industry.  The course will cover the following: Safety,

Creating Showbusiness: The Entertainment Television Format Creation Seminar starting 24.01.2017

Creating Showbusiness: The Entertainment Television Creation Seminar aims to equip emerging creative talent in the entertainment television sector in Ireland with the tools to devise cutting edge creative programming.  This course will help creatives in companies to define and revise better TV formats to today’s schedules, with input from the broadcasters and active professionals with

Production Coordination: From Script to Set starting 28.01.2017

The Galway Film Centre and Screen Training Ireland are seeking participants for a Production Coordination training programme. The course will cover each stage of the production coordination process, and will include both lectures and practical exercises. Topics covered will include: Brief Introduction to the three stages of production – prep, shoot, wrap overview of the

Sketch-Up: Beginners & Intermediate starting 28.01.2017

Galway Film Centre and Screen Training Ireland are seeking participants for a Sketch-Up training programme.  The programme is aimed at both beginners and those with some Sketch-Up experience. Topics covered on the course will include: Brief overview of the basics including key concepts, menus and tools Examples of the use of Sketch –Up in  recent

TRAIN THE TRAINER (Animation/VFX) – After Effects starting 10.02.2017

Screen Training Ireland is launching a Train the Trainer initiative designed to enhance the skills of educators and trainers working in further education, higher education and training.  The initiative is initially focused on targeting skills in the teaching of industry-standard software and processes for animation and VFX.  The initiative aims to bridge the gap between

Chrysalis: The Advanced Screenplay Development Programme starting 05.03.2017

  Chrysalis is an intensive, project-based development programme. It is aimed at writers and development teams of both live action and animation cinematic projects.  Individual writers in receipt of third party support and teams of a writer / writers with their active producer / development executive are asked to apply. Eight strong film projects which

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Screen Leaders The Strategic Company Development Programme 2015

Screen Leaders is the Strategic Company Development Programme for the Screen Industries. It is  designed for company leaders working in film, television, animation, games, post-production, VFX,  facilities, sales, distribution and exhibition. The programme is funded by the Creative Europe  Programme and the Irish Film Board/Bord Scannán na hÉireann.To find out more about the participants experience

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“The course completely immersed me in the world of VFX, covering every aspect, to give me a knowledge base and the confidence to make decisions as a director which will be invaluable in the future.” Brendan Muldowney, Director, Ireland Screen Training Ireland’s European VFX: Script to Screen programme is now open for applications for the