Leadership skills are a national priority. Whether you work as a manager or run your own business, it is critical that you take time to nurture the fundamental behaviours of leadership.
This course will help you to build an effective digital marketing strategy. Using the SOSTAC model as your framework, you will learn how to develop a realistic plan taking budgets and resources into account.
This course looks at the methods you can use to keep your customer close to your business.
This course looks at the most cost-effective ways to create awareness of your products and services, using very little budget.
This course looks at the commercial and business principles underpinning every successful creative business.
This course has been developed as an introduction to Web design technologies. You do not need to have any web development experience to take this course.
This course is a series of tutorials in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe After Effects.
This elearning course was developed from a symposium highlighting the evolution of photography as a genre. Take this course to learn five different perspectives on photojournalism!
This elearning course was developed from a symposium on 'Why is it so hard to stay? Women and Work in the Creative Industries' which took place in Dundalk in May 2015. Hosted by Dundalk Institute of Technology and Honeycomb - Creative Works in collaboration with Maynooth University and the Centre for Media Research at Ulster University.
Honeycomb Creative Buzz Award Bootcamp took place at CultureTech 2014.
This course uncovers key skills and attitudes for success in the creative industries.
This course demonstrates the range of possibilities open to you in the creative industries.
Learn about the animation industry and what you need to think about to get started.
PULSE was a collaboration between Dundalk Institute of Technology and Cavan Institute, supported by Honeycomb - Creative Works. This was an event bringing industry and education together for an energetic day of creativity and enterprise.
Across film and broadcast, music and interactive media, this event was a mix of panel sessions and a keynote led by industry specialists who provided a real life market analysis with a particular focus on interactivity, online and market trends for the future.
Honeycomb took a delegation to the Norwich Sound & Vision Festival, where they held a networking reception as well as attended the conference and festival programme.
Honeycomb took a delegation to the Broadcast Production & Post Forum, which took place at Bafta HQ in London in November 2014.
How does a novel make it to the cinema? Novelist Rachel Seiffert and Glasgow-based film producer Paul Welsh discuss the long road to the big screen for Seiffert’s Booker Prize-shortlisted novel The Dark Room – a section of which has been adapted in the award-winning feature film Lore, directed by Cate Shortland.
This session with Mark Allen from ThinkSync Music looked at how this area of the industry works and offered a practical insight into music placement across film, TV, advertising and games. Mark was also be joined by musician Joe McAlinden to look at music placement from a composer’s perspective.
In this workshop we covered local news gathering, presenting skills and creating community content. We delved into the key areas to consider in reporting news, discuss matters of impartiality and analyse techniques for presenting.
The Engine Room Pitch is a unique workshop, which took place over two days providing a project development and pitching experience for documentary/factual filmmakers and producers seeking UK and international commissions and market intelligence.
This practical workshop saw the team from Kinetic Studios cover the ins and outs of getting a great live sound. This was a fully interactive session and featured a live soundcheck followed by a Q&A with experienced engineers looking at the practicalities of live performance from an artists perspective.
This was an accredited Health & Safety course for anyone working within live events and the television and film industry. Candidates walked away with an industry recognised certification that is often required for working in production and live events. The Production Safety Passport (PSP) is an industry-led scheme to support the mutual recognition of health and safety training in the live events and Creative Media Industries.
Paul Murray is the Head of Formats at Scotland's largest indie, IWC Media. We were delighted he came to Stornoway to discuss the process of creating entertainment formats for TV through the projects he has worked on during his career.
Dougal Perman from Inner Ear (http://www.innerear.co.uk/) delivered this one day workshop on live streaming which looked at the end to end process, online platforms, technical knowhow and all you need to know to set up your own live streamed event.
Dougal Perman of Inner Ear, producers of innovative live streaming event Sound to Sea, Walking Heads audio tours and internet radio station Radio Magnetic delivered this workshop discussion on getting your music and digital content to a wider and more engaged audience and using the digital space to learn and collaborate.
The University of the West of Scotland host a week long work shop on Documentary making at their Dumfries Campus.
The Honeycomb project is launched at the University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy.
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy hosts a Networking
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy plays host to a module on Transmedia Production.
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy hosts a Workshop on Music Production at the Ayr Campus.
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy hosts a short course on Digital Story Telling
The University of the West of Scotland plays host to the Honeycomb Animation Workshop.
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy hosts a work shop on 'Working with Actors' at the Ayr Campus.
Music Video and Documentary maker Paul Fegen holds a short course on making Music Videos at the University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy.
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media hosted a short course on Short Film Production.
The University of the West of Scotland is the host for a short course on the art of Building Campaigns around films lead by Ben Kempes.
Anders Jensen of Murgitroyd leads a short course covering Interllectual Property at the University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy in Ayr.
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy in Ayr was the venue as a panel of industry figures passed on their knowledge.
The University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy in Ayr was the venue for a workshop on Working Creatively with Sound lead by Field Recordist Chris Watson & Audio Specialist Jez Riley French along with UWS own lecture in Film Making Peter Snowdon.
A host of industry experts hold a workshop on Transmedia Tools at the University of the West of Scotland's Creative Media Academy in Ayr.
This elearning course is an introduction to the concept of music composition for games.