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College Closure - Monday 19 September 2022
The College was delighted to host the launch of the FE for Me campaign yesterday, with a live broadcast from our Belfast Film and Television studios. The launch broadcasted a thought-provoking panel discussion online, hosted by Louise Warde Hunter, all live from the recording studio at the Belfast Film and Television School. The event had an amazing professional studio set up with Creative and Digital staff and Creative Media Production students working behind the scenes, and lecturer Lynda Bryans as the excellent MC.
There was great excitement last week when Julie Nelson, the most capped player of Northern Ireland women’s football team, met some of our Football Academy students. Julie is coached, along with the rest of the women’s team, by Johnny Pedlow who is also a part-time lecturer in Sports Coaching at our Centre for Sports.
Investing in the skills and talent of our workforce is absolutely vital for economic success, Economy Minister Diane Dodds said today.
The Minister was speaking at Belfast Met’s E3 Campus as she launched ‘Skills for a 10X Economy’, the Department for the Economy’s strategy to support more people to improve their job prospects and fulfil their economic potential.
U105 presenter Carolyn Stewart gave a lovely shout out recently to some of our Level 3 Creative Media Production students at Millfield. The second-year students, who are studying on the Film pathway, helped Carolyn to develop advertising for her new sauce product ‘Carolyn Stewart’s Totally Hot’ and have been working with her as part of their Working Brief unit.
Belfast Met has organised a virtual information week with a difference this month for its Higher Education courses. The virtual kick-off event on 24th May at 10.30am will be hosted by CoolFM’s breakfast presenters Pete, Rebecca and Paulo who are taking a look around the college campuses to find out why Belfast Met is a great alternative to university.
Filming is underway for three new productions from Belfast based youth charity Cinemagic Film Festival. The films have been designed to inspire and celebrate the talents of 60 young filmmakers, aged 18-25, from across Northern Ireland, marking the culmination of the Creative and Digital Technologies Academy, delivered this year by Cinemagic in partnership with Belfast Metropolitan College and North West Regional College, supported by Department for the Economy.