Limerick’s student radio station, Wired FM, will run a QQI Level 3 media expression course starting this September with the aim of “supporting the voices of marginalised groups” and giving them the skills to make radio that empowers.
The course will enable participants to get to grips with how the media works and to get involved in radio that makes a difference. The course is open to people who identify as being part of a minority group. No specific prior knowledge is required, but the course is particularly suited to people with an interest in community and social issues.
According to Wired FM Station Manager Ray Burke: “The course would also suit those considering volunteering with community radio stations and those who wish to build their confidence in communicating, as well as gaining an understanding of how media production works”.
More details from Mary Immaculate College