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Event: Red Rock Training Scheme

The following may be of interested especially to undergraduate and postgraduate students who are finishing their degrees and wondering what to do next. It looks like a great opportunity to learn TV/Film production from a practical hands-on point-of-view. Please see below for further details:

TV3's Red Rock TV Programme

The RED ROCK TRAINING SCHEME is a new partnership between Screen Training Ireland/Irish Film Board, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland,and TV3’s RED ROCK.   The scheme aims to provide on-the-job training for new entrants to the film and TV industry, recent graduates, and emerging professionals from other sectors whose experience could prove relevant to specific areas of TV production.

Six placements, each of six-week duration, will be available during the season 2 shoot of Red Rock.  Placements will be available in departments/areas such as:







To raise awareness about the programme, a special open day event will be held on Saturday 19th September 2015 on the RED ROCK production base in Dublin.

The open day will accept up to 100 people and is ideally suited for new entrants to the labour market, graduates, and those seeking exciting new career opportunities.  The open day will be an opportunity to hear from some of the industry’s most experienced professionals and heads of departments about how RED ROCK is made, how the set works and about different aspects of production.

More information can be found HERE.

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Please let me know ( if any of you get a placement.


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