Media – Grimsby Institute

Adults- English Courses
August 5, 2017
International Teacher Training – Grimsby Institute
August 5, 2017

Title

Media TV Production with Grimsby Institute

Aims

1- To introduce to the latest development in the area of media.

2- To gain real hands on- experience in the area of media .

3- To develop your confidence and skills with TV production.

Description

This is a two weeks short course in Grimsby which is highly specialised in the area of media and journalism.

You will Join the team of producers and tutors at the Grimsby Institute owned Estuary TV and gain real, hands-on-experience of what is it like to make a local television programme in the UK along with learning about British culture and traditions.

Estuary TV was the first of the new local TV channels to launch in November 2013 and broadcasts on Channel 8 and 159 to 350,000 home across Northern Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire.

  Our taster programme includes a range of new skills in television production; from research, planning, production skills and much more.

Work alongside experienced producers who will guide you in developing your TV production confidence and skills towards making your own TV studio programmes.

  Over the two weeks you will study with the TV station, using practical activities, workshops and learning on location in order to build your production confidence and independence.

Throughout the course there are opportunities to shadow the TV station production teams, watching and getting involved in our daily news programming.

  The programme will include the following activities.
  1. Local Cultural visit.
  2. Visit to the BBC Look North Newsroom.
  3. Airport pick up (Manchester Airport).
  4. Accommodation in our Halls of Residence for 2 weeks.
  5. Leaver’s event and attendance certificates.
  6. Free time to travel.

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Certificate at the end of the day

All delegate will be issued a certificate of attendance from :

Grimsby Institute, University Centre Grimsby

The Arabic British Academy for Training and Human Resources Development (ABAHRD) and

The Egyptian British Education Association UK (EBEA)