Who We Are

Screen Training Ireland part of Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland is the national training and development resource specifically created for Ireland’s film and television industry. It was established in 1995 to provide continuing training and career development opportunities for professionals working in the screen sectors.

We work with national and internationally recognised industry professionals, both locally and internationally, to identify, design and deliver training for Irish professionals. Training programmes are offered to practitioners and companies to enhance their expertise in Film, Television, Animation and interactive screen content.

Our aim is to:-

  • Develop storytelling skills (visual and narrative) across multiple genres and platforms and promote creative collaboration.
  • Develop production and technical skills enabling Irish content creators compete at the highest level internationally
  • Raise the bar of business acumen and entrepreneurship

The Irish screen sector is part of a competitive global industry where technology is changing at an incredibly fast pace. Screen Training Ireland is an on-going training resource which is dedicated to assessing skills shortages in the industry and designing courses and opportunities for practitioners to fill those gaps.

Upcoming Courses

Directing and Acting for Intimate Scenes starting 22.08.2018

Screen Training Ireland in association with Bow Street Screen Acting Academy is seeking participants for “Directing and Acting for Intimate Scenes”. Participants will form six groups of three with one director and two actors per group, these groups will be formed on the morning of day two.   Participants will be asked to bring a potential

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Creative Thinking Techniques starting 29.08.2018

This one-day workshop will give you the chance to explore a range of different techniques to unleash creativity – easy techniques that you will be able to use straight away on your own or in a team environment. It also includes a unique introduction to an efficient process of innovation including; Looking at ideas in

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Introduction to the US TV Landscape starting 04.09.2018

This seminar will focus on: Detailed breakdown of all the major US Networks – how they tier out (broadcast, cable, premium cable etc) what they are currently programming and what their brands/audiences are Detailed study of Pilot Season 2018 – what was ordered, what sold and why that was? What talent/s were involved and where

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Production Accountancy for Film and TV starting 10.09.2018

This five-day programme is aimed at assistant accountants seeking to up-skill into the role of Production Accountant; and producers, or other production grades that are interested in moving into the accounts departments. The course aims to provide a comprehensive overview of all aspects of production accountancy.  It will provide a comprehensive overview of the Production Accountant

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