Stillorgan CFE – Multimedia and Web Development QQI Level 6

Programme
SUSI or BTEA

Award
QQI Level 6 Digital Media Production (Code 6M20496)

Location
Stillorgan College of Further Education, Old Dublin Road, Stillorgan, Co.Dublin

Duration
1 Year Full Time (Starts September)

Course Aims


This exciting new course in Multimedia Production and Web Development builds on the Media and Multimedia Level 5 Certificates. The course will focus on areas of Multimedia Production, Web Authoring, Digital Imaging, 3 Dimensional Computer Graphics, Digital Video Processing to name but a few of the subjects on offer. Our extensive suite of equipment hardware, highly skilled staff and powerful post-production applications will enable students to pursue a career in the Multimedia industry. 

One of the main aims of this course is to prepare an extensive portfolio that will help students gain entry level employment in the industry or to progress via the  Higher Education Links Scheme to courses such as:

  • BA (Hons.) in Creative Digital Media – ITT Tallaght (TA022)
  • BA (Hons.) In Design In Visual Communication – IADT (DLO43)
  • BA (Hons.) In Design In Visual Communication – DIT (DT545)
  • B.Sc. in Multimedia (Hons.) – DCU (DC133)

Modules


  • Multimedia Authoring
  • Music Video Production
  • 3D Graphics
  • Photoshop
  • Multimedia Audio Production
  • Advanced Digital Filmmaking
  • Digital Post-Production & Processing
  • Web Design & Authoring

Requirements


It is desirable that applicants have a prior Level 5 qualification in the multimedia area or have relevant work experience. Applicants without an existing qualification will be required to demonstrate that they have the required aptitude and skills for this course. Since places are limited applicants will be interviewed.

You may be eligible for a means-tested student grant or a Back to Education Allowance, depending on your circumstances. The BTEA is an educational opportunities scheme for persons in receipt of certain social welfare payments and who wish to pursue an approved full-time second or third level course of education in an approved college leading to a recognised qualification.