This course will help you develop both practical and academic skills, essential for a career in the media industry.
This course will help you develop both practical and academic skills essential in the media industry, and prepare you for possible progression onto other further education courses in Media Production.
You will study a series of units, each of which will be specialising in a particular area of the media. You will complete assignments while learning through both hands-on, practical work and classroom teaching. The emphasis is on project development through written and practical skills, applied both individually and through teamwork
As digital communication increases and impacts on every aspect of our life, the career opportunities in media are varied and interesting.
As a media student you will gain practical experience in our impressive modern facilities including: professionally equipped TV studios, video/editing and Apple Mac suites.
Our highly experienced staff will support, guide and prepare you for a wide range of employment and further education opportunities within the media and related industries.
Units may include:
You will also have the opportunity to strengthen your Functional Skills in English and Maths.
This course would suit those with an interest in following a career in Media sectors, such as Publishing, TV, Film, Radio, Animation or Music Industries.
These will be assessed through written and practical assignments throughout the course.
Students buy their own martials such as USB memory sticks and blank DVDs. You will need to pay for educational visits to London TV studios, etc. Students are allocated a certain amount of free printing, after which a small fee will be incurred.
5 GCSE passes including 1 GCSE at grade 4 and above or for progressing students, successful achievement of a level 1 vocational qualification.
This qualification will enable you to apply for a place on the UAL Level 3 Diploma in Creative Media Production.
Job roles in this area include Video Editor, Sound Technician and Media Researcher.
Attending one of our Open Events is an opportunity to talk to knowledgeable tutors and view our excellent facilities