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Academy Membership Scheme
The IOV is now offering Academy Membership, a new level of membership aimed at both public and private training organisations offering full-time and part-time courses in videography.

Please contact the Academy Member for more information on their training services and courses.



Ever After Video Training
 


Course/Workshop Title:
Wedding Day Film Production - Workshops & Private Tuition

Description:
Ever After Videos offers a variety of courses ranging from 2-day weekend workshops to private tuition. Although each course contains a few seminar sessions, the focus is always on hands-on experience. Shoot-outs are part of every workshop and a model bride/groom ensure that everyone walks away with some killer shots for a demo. Class sizes are deliberately kept small to ensure that everyone gets a chance to try out new techniques and guidance where needed.

Contact Details
Niels Puttemans - Tel: +44 (0) 114 265 48 42
Email:
info@everaftervideotraining.co.uk
Website:
www.everaftervideotraining.co.uk
Business Website: www.everaftervideos.co.uk

 
  Location:
Various
  Duration:
1 to 2-days
 
         
 

Accreditation:
Certificate of Attendance

  Maximum number of students:
2-day workshops limited to 8 people. 1-day workshops limited to 5 people.
 
         


Exeter College
 


Course/Workshop Title:
FdA TV Production

Description:
This degree will train you in various aspects of television production. You will work mainly in production teams, making programmes and discussing issues that relate to factual and promotional TV production. This will mean engagement with live events (outside broadcast), reality TV, documentary, news and magazine based programming. There will also be opportunities to work and develop promotional video for clients.

We also have a HDTV Studio and Video Edit Suite that is available to hire at daily rates. We can also offer training in Final Cut Pro at very competitive rates. Coming soon – 1 day - Media Training and Discovering TV Courses

Contact Details
To find out more CLICK HERE
Telephone: 0845 111 6000
Email: media@exe-coll.ac.uk

 
  Location:
Exeter College, Devon
  Duration:
2 years
 
         
 

Accreditation:
Foundation Degree

  Maximum number of students:
14
 
         


Lincoln School of Media, University of Lincoln
 


Undergraduate Courses

(Three years full time)

Audio Production - BA (Hons)
This programme provides an educational context in which students can develop creative, critical, analytical, technical and organisational skills appropriate to eventual employment in the audio, media, music and the cultural industries.

Documentary Production - BA (Hons)
This innovative course enables students to create and explore factual subjects through a variety of media.

Film & Television - BA (Hons)
This course is distinctive in enabling you to pursue academic study complemented by creative opportunities and technical training in scriptwriting, production planning, single-camera and multiple-camera production.

Film & Television and English - BA (Hons)
BA (Hons) Film and Television and English provides an educational context in which students can develop conceptual, critical and analytical knowledge and research skills, as well as develop practical and creative skills.

Film & Television and Journalism - BA (Hons)
The BA (Hons) Film & Television and Journalism is distinctive in that academic study and development of journalistic skills can be complemented by creative opportunities and technical training.

Media Production - BA (Hons)
BA (Hons) Media Production was the first broad-based production course in the UK, and has rapidly established a solid reputation. Students on this course can specialise in Film and Video production
.

Contact Details
Dr Sarah Barrow, Head of Lincoln School of Media, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN6 7TS. sbarrow@lincoln.ac.uk Tel 01522 886615


Postgraduate Courses
(One year full time or two years part time)

Digital Imaging and Photography - MA
The course offers the photographic practitioner an opportunity to explore new developments and to challenge traditional categories, encouraging an experimental, content-led approach to working with the photograph across networked media contexts.

Digital Media - MA
The MA in Digital Media is aimed at students wishing to strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the digital media area, or for media professionals to ‘convert’ existing knowledge and expertise to accommodate and understand rapidly shifting and evolving digital technologies.

Media and Cultural Studies - MA
This programme investigates the critical issues and debates in the critical analysis of contemporary media and culture.

Media and Cultural Studies - MRes/MPhil/PhD
The MRes Media and Cultural Studies provides a programme of research training leading to a Master’s degree with the option of pursuing a substantial piece of original research under supervision leading to the MPhil/PhD degree.

Media Production - MA
The MA Media Production aims to provide students, in a theoretical context, with a comprehensive understanding of media production in one of a variety of media platforms i.e. radio, single or *multi-camera production, screenwriting, photography or design or new media.

Contact Details
Dr Sarah Barrow, Head of Lincoln School of Media, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN6 7TS. sbarrow@lincoln.ac.uk Tel 01522 886615


Camera & Lighting Skills Master Class

This full day Master Class is a tutorial and workshop which, on completion, will enable you to take your camera and lighting skills to a higher level including:

• Introduction to the video camera
• Taking control of the Gain, Focus, Exposure and White Balance functions
• Composition
• Camera angles
• How to achieve the ‘film look’
• Using natural and artificial light
• How to set up and light the perfect interview
• How to be confident in your work and enjoy film making

Tutor: Brian Hall A.R.P.S. – University of Lincoln’s School of Media.
Brian has 30 years of experience as a BBC lighting cameraman and freelance Director of Photography, including ‘worldwide’- his filming assignments took him to more than 40 countries.

Duration of course: 1 day

Qualification awarded: University of Lincoln Certificate of Attendance

Number of students on course at any one time: 6 to 8 maximum

Contact information:
Brian Hall Senior Lecturer Film & Video Production, Lincoln School of Media, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN6 7TS. brhall@lincoln.ac.uk. Tel: 01522 886332

 
         


Premier Video Productions
 


Course/Workshop Title:
How to Achieve Professional Results for your Video Projects

Description:
This course will focus on the techniques required for professional results in Video Production. This will be a broad based course and will take in many aspects of what is required in the digital age.

Contact Details
Brendan Kerins - Tel: +353 (0) 86-8119648
Email:
pvp@iol.ie
Website: www.premvideo.com

 
  Location:
Co Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
  Duration:
1 night per week for 4-weeks - 2-hourly sessions
 
         
 

Accreditation:
Certificate of Attendance

  Maximum number of students:
Nine
 
         

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