Are you interested in a Broadcast Media work placement in Ireland?

Posted on 22 August 2011

Are you interested in a Broadcast Media work placement in Ireland?Then Light House has a new project which might be exactly what you need to develop your skills further and widen your employment opportunities. We are seeking individuals to take part in a Leonardo da Vinci funded work placement programme based in Ireland.

We only have one place left!!

The 10 week placement will involve 4 weeks training and preparatory activity here at Light House going onto a further 6 weeks in Offaly, Ireland on a production placement with the company Hello Camera. The placement will involve activities and support at the Galway Film Festival, supporting the delivery of summer production courses to the youth community, post production work on a documentary and the strong likelihood of working on a film shoot.

The project aims to help unemployed graduates develop employability within the labour market, empowering to widen horizons within the creative industries and to enrich professional development. Through the work placement, skills such as communication, teamwork, initiative and confidence will be developed further. The placement will be a fantastic opportunity to become more resilient within the labour market.

The project is funded by the Leonardo Mobility Programme which supports the development of skills and training. It funds work placements for trainees, workers and staff and supports European projects to discuss common issues or develop training materials, courses or frameworks

Read more about the eligibility criteria and download the relevant info on how to apply.

For more information or an informal chat contact Kelly Jeffs Deputy CEO: Development and Skills on 01902 716055 or e-mail kelly@light-house.co.uk

You can read more here about how our first lot of graduates have got on during their Leonardo placements

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