Our Multimedia Production course will introduce you to the world of interactive and digital media. You can explore the creative potential of digital movie, web-design and motion graphics.
This course will equip you with practical skills in the creative design aspects of digital media product and industries. Multimedia production integrates digital movie, worldwide web, digital photography, film, video, publishing, TV and DVD. You’ll learn the skills to merge text, graphics, sound and animation to communicate in a powerful and holistic way.
Assessment is through practical assignments, and you’ll be able to produce a portfolio of work for progression to Higher Education and your future career.
What Makes This Course Special
- Work with our Talented Staff
- Fully-equipped Digital Arts Suites
- Build your Creative Portfolio
- Creative Real-world Projects
- Collaboration with Professionals and VISUAL Carlow
- Excellent Progression Routes
- Design Skills
- Digital Movie Processing
- Digital Photography
- Multimedia Authoring
- Web Authoring
- Multimedia Project Development
- Work Experience
Progress to further study and careers including:
- Audio-Visual Communications
- Advertising & Marketing
- Digital Movie Printing & Publishing
- Entertainment & Games
- Multimedia Programming
- Visual Arts & Film
- Graphic Design
- Web Mastering
- Television & Video
- Multimedia Project Management
Standard entry requirements.
QQI Level 5 Certificate in Multimedia Production 5M2146
Optional: Adobe Certified Associate exams in Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects. Click here for more details.
Standard registration and QQI L5 exam costs (see costs, fees and finance) and €30 materials (photography)
There is currently no extra charge for the home license of Adobe Creative Cloud, or the Adobe exams as long as you are a student at CIFET.
See the Garda Vetting details on the Entry Requirements Page
Early Interview Option
Early interviews have finished but applications are still open for the late interview process. This will continue until the end of September. An offer of a place does not guarantee a place – only full payment of fees will move an applicant to registered status. If an offer is not accepted in time and a course is full then applicants will be added to a waiting list and have the opportunity to apply for another course.