BBC STEM Apprenticeship opportunities

  • Work at the heart of BBC operations, learning to coordinatesupport and manage the digital side of the business. 
  • Use data to improve some of the BBC’s best-known services and change the creative landscape.
  • All while studying for a degree from the New College of Humanities and an apprenticeship qualification awarded by The Institute of Apprenticeships & Technical Education.
 
Start date: September 2022
Duration: 3 years
Salary: £15,074 
Apprenticeships available: 2
Location: Belfast 
 
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ScreenWorks is returning for another term of hands-on in-person work experiences to explore careers in Northern Ireland’s screen industries. Last term we worked with over 100 students from across Northern Ireland and we’re excited to be returning to work with more of your pupils.
 
ScreenWorks’ first programme of the year will be – VFX & Motion Graphics with Doublejump Studios.
 
This is a great opportunity for your students to learn from one of the leading Motion Graphics/VFX companies in Northern Ireland and as always, it's completely FREE!
VFX & Motion Graphics with Doublejump Studios
Monday 31st January – Wednesday 2nd February – 10am – 4pm each day
Ages 14-19
Belfast

Participants will be introduced to industry-standard VFX and Motion Graphics software and tasked with creating their own piece of work which they can use to kickstart their showreel! 
The programme will be led by Niall Carlin, Director of Doublejump Studios (https://www.doublejumpstudios.com/about). Niall made his start as a teenager on an animation programme in the Nerve Centre, Derry and is now Director of one of NI’s leading VFX companies. He’ll share his experiences with your students before showing them how to use industry standard software and setting them a task to help them build a showreel and portfolio.
 
Visit www.intofilm.org/screenworks to apply!

OCN1

Pictured are pupils who recently completed the OCN qualification (Level 1) in Sport. Pictured are Tim O'Donnell (11H); Shea Taylor (11C); Tiernan O'Donnell (11G); Reece McCool (11K) and Shane Cassidy (11E). Also pictured is Mr FJM Madden (Principal) and Mr M McConnellogue (Senior Teacher). Absent from the photograph are Ciaran McCauley (11G); Wiktar Karzeniewski (11K); Brian Gallagher (11K).

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The course co-ordinator was Gary McDermott who was working with the Bogside and Brandywell Health Forum.

Here are some of the reflections the boys made about the OCN course:

"The course gives you life skills and I would highly recommend it to others" (Tiernan O'Donnell)

"I would enjoy doing another OCN course because it is refreshing with a lot of engaging activities". (Shea Taylor)

"It is very good for your CV and you get to do activities outside of school like cycling, which is great fun". (Shane Cassidy).

"The course changed the way I look at things. I look at things now in a deeper manner". (Reece McCool)

"I enjoyed the OCN because you are out of the classroom setting sometimes". (Tim O'Donnell).

 

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