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The objective of the Higher Technical Professional Course in Audiovisual Communication is to develop a professional profile appropriate to the market, preparing a technician who, autonomously or as part of a team, is capable of collecting the images necessary for the execution of a report in photographic format, or, on video, using the appropriate technical means for both photography and video. He also has knowledge in the planning of graphic narratives and in the elaboration of television graphics integrated in the logic of communication. This training allows trainees to integrate projects and teams in the sectors of advertising, audiovisual, photography, design or television stations (including the Internet).
Audiovisual Communication CTeSP Professional Superior Technical Course
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Course TeSP

Audiovisual Communication

T

he Professional Higher Technical Courses are a short term training of higher education. They confer a level 5 diploma from the National Qualification Framework and are the basis for the development of an area of professional or vocational activity, for personal development or for the pursuit of studies in a degree. The CTeSP are organized in 4 semesters, the last one being held in a professional environment (internship).

The Audiovisual Communication Technician is the professional with the skills to organize and produce all the elements necessary for audiovisual communication

They carry out photography; photographic reporting; advertising photography; conceive and develop interactive multimedia products; conceive and develop animated and 3D image projects; events and video supports; graphic supports at editorial level; television graphics and visual communication campaigns for companies and products in digital and analog media.

Coordinator

Pedro Motta da Silva

pedromottasilva@ipcb.pt

Objectives

T he objective of the Higher Technical Professional Course in Audiovisual Communication is to develop a professional profile appropriate to the market, preparing a technician who, autonomously or as part of a team, is capable of collecting the images necessary for the execution of a report in photographic format, or, on video, using the appropriate technical means for both photography and video. He also has knowledge in the planning of graphic narratives and in the elaboration of television graphics integrated in the logic of communication.
This training allows trainees to integrate projects and teams in the sectors of advertising, audiovisual, photography, design or television stations (including the Internet).

Professional Outings

In addition to the development of a professional or vocational area of activity, the technical higher education course in Audiovisual Communication allows the continuation of studies in the degree in Communication Design and Audiovisual Production of ESART.

Video Technician

Photographic technician, photographic reportage or publicity photography;

Interactive multimedia product development technician;

Animated and 3D imaging technician;

Communication design technician.

Study Plan

 

 

1st Year – 1st Semester

Course units Working time Credits
  Total (h) Contact  
English 108 TP: 45; 4
Analysis of Communication and Production of Text 108 TP: 45; 4
Photography 135 TP: 60; 5
Graphic Design 135 TP: 60; 5
New Systems of Communication 108 TP: 45; 4
Composition of Image 81 TP: 45; 3
Capture and Editing of Image 135 TP: 60; 5

1st Year – 2nd Semester

Course units Working time Credits
  Total (h) Contact Unids curriculares
History of Art 108 TP: 45; 5
Pschology of Perception and Visual Communication 108 TP: 45; 4
Drawing 162 TP: 75; 6
Innovation and Entrepreneurship 108 TP: 45; 4
Audiovisual Production 162 TP: 60; 6
3D Modeling and Animation 135 TP: 60; 5

2nd Year – 1st Semester

Course units Working time Credits
  Total (h) Contact Unids curriculares
Animation and Television Composition 108 TP: 45; 4
Editing and Post-production 135 TP: 60; 5
Digital Communication 135 TP: 45; 5
Business Communication 162 TP: 60; 6
Visual Identity 135 TP: 60; 5
Laboratory of Communication 162 TP: 60; 5

2nd Year – 2nd Semester

Course units Working time Credits
  Total (h) Contact Unids curriculares
Internship 810 TP: 660; 30

 

 

Admittance

You can apply for a Course TeSP:

  • a) Holders of a secondary education or legally equivalent qualification who are qualified in the relevant areas defined for the course;
  • b) Students who have passed all the subjects of the 10th and 11th years of a secondary education course, or of legally equivalent qualification, and who have not concluded the secondary education course, are considered capable by means of a capacity assessment test to be carried out by IPCB;
  • c) Holders of a technological specialization diploma, a higher professional technician diploma or a higher education degree, who wish to retrain, provided that they are qualified in the relevant areas defined for the course.

The applicants mentioned in point (b) will have to provide evidence of capacity assessment according to the areas relevant to the course and which will be disclosed on www.ipcb.pt.

Teachers

We select the best to teach the best

Ana Sofia Marcelo

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Carlos Reis

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Daniel Raposo

PhD in Design by the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon;
Master in Design, Materials and Product Management by the University of Aveiro;
Degree in Communication Design and Graphic Techniques, Variant Graphic Design and Advertising by Instituto Politécnico de Portalegre.

Isabel Marcos

Degree in Social Communication from the University of Beira Interior.

João Neves

PhD in Design by the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon; Master in Design, Materials and Product Management by the University of Aveiro; Degree in Technology and Graphic Arts by the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar.

Maria Madalena Ribeiro

Master in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa;
Degree in Mathematics, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra

Miguel Ferreira

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Pedro Motta da Silva

Master in Multimedia and Audiovisual Business Administration, at ISC – Saint Louis;
Degree in Media Production, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

Ricardo Silva

Master in Art, Heritage and Restoration, Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon.
Graduated in History of Art, Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon;

Domingos Santos

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Isabelle Lavado

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Pedro Silva

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Maria Adelina Mendes

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Neel Naik

Master of Arts, University of Bristol;
Bachelor of Architecture, CEPT University.

Ricardo Correia

Master’s Degree in Graphic Design from the School of Applied Arts of the Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco; Degree in Architecture from the Lusíada University of Lisbon; Co-Founder of ANDO Papercrafters; 25 years of accumulated national and international experience in communication workshops such as Noho Comunicación and Cano Estudio, and Architecture as Promontório Arquitetos and RCR Arquitectes (Pritzker Arquitetura, 2017).

Sérgio Rodrigues

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José Simão Gomes

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Alexandra Cruchinho

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João Machado

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