Media and Television Arts College opens admission to vocational training programs
Media and Television Arts College opens admission to vocational training programs

The Media and Television Arts College at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University announces admission to various vocational training programs.

These educational courses, developed in collaboration with partner organizations, the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) First Channel and Kikala Studio, hold particular significance as they equip participants with the essential skills and knowledge required for future employment. Upon successful completion, graduates will receive a bilingual certificate recognized by the state.

Within the Memorandum of Cooperation, GPB actively cooperates with state and private higher education institutions, offering academic programs in the media field.

USAID’s Employers for Vocational Education program, the Partnership for Vocational Development project, and the Vocational Skills Agency fully funded the programs.

Admission is announced to the following short-term programs:

Content Creator

Sound Operator

Lighting Technician

Advertising Photographer.

The Content Creator, Sound Operator, and Lighting Technician programs involve practice at the GPB, while the Advertising Photography practice takes place at Kikala Studio.

Registration remains open until November 19, with classes commencing on December 4.

Furthermore, the project offers opportunities for employment for successful graduates.

For additional information, interested individuals can contact the college from Monday to Friday, between 10:00 and 18:00, at the following number: +995 032 2 910260, or visit the link.