Where can you get trained?

Since August 2020, the training programs for Audiovisual Media Designers and Film and Video Editors have been combined. This new curriculum better equips you for the varied roles in the media industry. Choosing this path opens doors to exciting opportunities in places like broadcasting companies, sound studios, or advertising agencies.

Training overview:

This program provides a mix of foundational knowledge and hands-on skills in producing audio and visual content, conducting interviews, and creating audiovisual media like TV productions and sports broadcasts. You’ll delve into post-production for film and radio, social media design, and managing online platforms. Key legal aspects such as copyright, personal rights, data protection, and security are also covered. You’ll learn about project management, production processes, and the importance of teamwork. There are also opportunities to specialize in areas like camera work, studio and outdoor broadcasting, post-production, sound, media presentations, visual effects, and sound design.

What do you need to bring to the table?

If you're adept at handling technical equipment and have a keen understanding of technical processes, a career as a Media Designer in Audio and Visual Media could be a great fit. You should be excited about working in diverse environments on a variety of projects, and find joy in both teamwork and managing projects independently.

Where can you work?

Media Designers find themselves in a range of work settings, depending on their employer. You might find yourself in a studio or a production room, out on location for shoots, or in the controlled chaos of an OB van. Agency offices are also a typical workplace.