Upcoming Courses & Events

Parenting in a Pandemic: How to be a Happier Parent 20.11.2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit working parents particularly hard as the boundaries between home and office have disappeared. In this session Jessica Joelle Alexander, author of The Danish Way of Parenting aims to help you get a paradigm shift on what it means to raise happy children and how to become a happier parent in

Cracking TV Development for Non-Scripted Factual & Formatted TV 17.11.2020

This popular programme for budding TV development creatives is back by popular demand. Where do great TV ideas come from and what are the key steps to getting them commissioned by a TV channel? Join experienced TV development producer and creativity coach Colin Pauser-Cowman, for this specially designed online course designed to answer these important

Coping with Covid for Commercial Production 13.11.2020

This interactive session, brought to you in partnership with Screen Skillnet, Screen Skills Ireland and Commercial Producers Ireland, will focus on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the production of Television Commercials.  This is an opportunity to focus on the specific challenges faced by Commercial Producers and how they have successfully adapted and changed

Coping with Covid 10.11.2020

This interactive session, brought to you in partnership with Screen Skillnet and Screen Producers Ireland, will focus on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the film and television sector. With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continuing to disrupt everyone working in this sector, this is an opportunity to discuss the challenges facing productions filming during

Passport to Production – Wexford 07.11.2020

The programme is a New Entrant Training Online Programme, delivered in partnership with Screen Wexford, which has been developed to equip new entrants with the key future skills and the key elements of working in the Film and TV Industry and to support new entrants on the job. New entrants are increasingly required to possess

Employee Relations (Online) 05.11.2020

Screen Skills Ireland in partnership with Screen Producers Ireland (SPI) are seeking participants for this course on Employee Relations, presented by Ibec. Aimed at those responsible for overseeing the management of employee relations on productions, this course builds on previous Employee Relations/HR events by focusing on applying employment legislation and HR best practice in a

TV Production Research Skills 04.11.2020

Do you want to be the best you can at production research?  Able to hit any programme running with a set of essential TV and production research skills? This online course for aspiring, and existing researchers will teach you all the key skills needed to be a first-rate researcher, including: how to spot and tell

Disability Awareness Training for the Animation Sector (Online) 27.10.2020

Screen Skills Ireland is delighted to partner with Animation Skillnet, Animation Ireland and Ability Focus to offer Disability Awareness Training for the Animation Sector. The purpose of Disability Awareness training is to educate participants around core and non-core aspects of disability and disability related issues, thus giving greater confidence when it comes to representation in

Problem Solving and Creative Thinking During Covid 27.10.2020

Lunch & Learn: A series of 2hr self-development workshops helping you to manage your well-being and control your response to workplace stress during the Covid-19 Crisis. This course, presented in partnership by Screen Skillnet and Screen Skills Ireland is supported by Skillnet Ireland’s ReBound fund. In the world of work we are always grappling with

European Co-Production – Legal and Financial Aspects (Online) 22.10.2020

We are delighted to partner with the Erich Pommer Institut to offer 10 places to Irish producers to attend this state-of-the-art online workshop. The workshop aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the financial and legal framework of European co-production today. Co-productions juggle a variety of complex issues and currently co-producers face a new set of challenges