Liverpool Screen School Student

Production Unit for Liverpool Screen School

Work with LJMU's media students

Runners, camera operators, social media coordinators and production managers - these are just some of the work experience roles our students have held

The Production Unit for Liverpool Screen School (PULSS) organises work opportunities for students from LJMU’s Liverpool Screen School. The work opportunities PULSS organise take many forms, from placements and live commercial projects through to extracurricular activities. If your organisation is interested in working with our students, please get in touch with us to find out more information.



Students' skills

Students from Liverpool Screen School are developing specialist skills within a range of disciplines, including:

  •  Creative writing
  •  Filming
  • Post production
  • Journalism
  •  Media production
  •  Media business
  •  TV studio
  •  Digital media technology
  •  Sound production
  •  Drama

Organisations who work with our students

The Production Unit for Liverpool Screen School (PULSS) works with a number of high-profile organisations, from charities and festivals to leading production companies. Here are just some of the organisations PULSS have previously collaborated with: 

  • BBC
  •  Homotopia
  • Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
  • Channel 4
  • LA Productions
  •  ADM Productions
  •  Hurricane Films
  • DaDa Fest
  •  Sound City
  •  Liverpool Film Office


Your organisation’s role

If your organisation is interested in working with our students, please get in touch with us. We can then talk about your requirements and discuss how our students can help your organisation. PULSS help our students negotiate a reasonable payment for their services. The agreed payment is made directly to our students and the contract is held between the client and the student or students, not with LJMU.

LJMU Media Production students proved invaluable to us. Our oral storytelling website,, was in need of streamlining and as a small indie we didn't have the time to analyse what the next stage in its evolution should be. Thanks to the LJMU team we got a clear and well-thought through appraisal.

Sol Papadopoulos - Hurricane Films

Paula Baines

Student Development Coordinator

Paula is the Student Development Coordinator at PULSS. Paula manages work experience placements. If you have a question about working with our students, or would simply like to find out more information, Paula will be able to help.

Paula Baines PULSS

Case study

Comworks TV

Comworks TV helps businesses develop digital training videos and interactive training programmes. Recently, sixteen of our students joined Comworks TV. Our students – who all had media production, film studies or journalism knowledge – worked with Comworks TV to film a global organisation’s two-day live event.

Comworks TV trained students and then work began on-site at Excel London. As part of this project, students:

  • were responsible for the set-up
  • ensured high-production values of the camera coverage
  • monitored the quality of sound and vision
  • captured the media to tape and disk
  • derigged equipment after the event
  • were involved with the post-production and were responsible for multi-camera editing of the content

The operations crew delivered a first-class job. They rightly earned the respect of the broadcast camera operators and live event team. They met the highest standards of professionalism and commitment in what was a tight schedule under demanding circumstances.

Steve Bradbury - Managing Director of Comworks TV

Contact us

Get in touch with PULSS

Paula is the Student Development Coordinator at PULSS. To learn more about PULSS and about working with our Liverpool Screen School students, please get in touch using the following contact details.


Telephone: 0151 2314714


Liverpool Screen School
Redmonds Building
Brownlow Hill
L3 5UG