Raidió na Life provides training to the community in the following areas:
Radio production skills training
Raidió na Life volunteers learn practical broadcasting skills with the guidance of the staff of the station and other volunteers who have broadcast with the station for a number of years.
If you would like to learn how to make a radio programme with us, check out our page on voluntary work with Raidió na Life.
SPRAOI aims to give a voice to children in the Irish language community and to make the station available as a learning resource for primary schools.
As part of the project, the SPRAOI team visits primary schools, giving the children the opportunity to learn radio skills. During each school visit, the children explore the possibilities of radio and the team records music and interviews with them.
Raidió na Life runs FETAC/QQI training courses in partnership with CRAOL – The Community Radio Forum of Ireland.
This course aims to inform learners and equip them with a range of practical radio skills. The station offers the following course:
- CRAOL FETAC/QQI (Level 3) Express Yourself! Teenagers Making Radio That Matters
- CRAOL FETAC/QQI (Level 3) Understanding the Media and Expressing Yourself
- CRAOL FETAC/QQI (Level 4) Community Radio Skills
- CRAOL FETAC/QQI (Level 4) Communications Skills
CRAOL is a quality assured training provider registered with QQI/FETAC. See www.craol.ie for further information.
Raidió na Life is not currently running training courses.
Sound & Vision Scheme
Raidió na Life regularly applies for funding from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland’s Sound & Vision funding scheme to make high quality commissioned programming. The station welcoems programme ideas from independent producers. Support and professional guidance will be offered on potential projects. You can listen to Raidió na Life’s Sound&Vision commissioned programming here.
Work experience with Raidió na Life
Raidió na Life welcomes students from the community who wish to develop broadcasting skills and learn more about Irish language media.
We have a limited number of places so it is advisable to contact us at least a month or two in advance to secure a placement.
Please note, the Irish language is spoken language of Raidió na Life agus students are expected to speak Irish during their placement.
NB: Our next work experience programme commences in February 2018. Please email email@example.com for more details.