Course Code: DP3MCMP1 / 19DA11A
Information on course fees
If you are aged 16 - 18:
If you are over 18, fees may apply:
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Introduction to the course
This is a course which offers a realistic, industry based package of transferrable skills. You will focus on different areas of the creative media industry that employers and companies have identified as desirable skills in employees. No matter which group you study in, your skills will be focused on practical projects and development of relevant theory.
Each project will offer a focused study into an important area of the industry. The idea behind this course to provide learners with the strongest opportunity for employment and provide skills that can be applied in all areas of media, film photography and sound.
We believe that it is important to support you so that you can pursue a future in creative media production, so the course will include helping you to improve and develop your communication skills with additional GCSE English and Maths where appropriate if you have progressed from a lower level vocational course. If you are coming directly from school you must have GCSE English language at grade C. You will receive group and individual tutorial support to keep you on track and if needed additional learning support is available.
You will also develop skills in the following subject area:
- Pre-Production Techniques for the Creative Media sector
- Research Techniques for Creative Media Industries
- Digital Graphics for Print
- Page Layout and Design
- Film and Video Editing
- Multi-Camera Techniques
- Digital Image Capture and
- Soundtrack Production for the Moving Image
- Music-based Programming
What do I need?
4 GCSE’s at grade A - C or above or a Media Level 2 qualification.
How is the course taught?
Through class room teaching, practical activities and course work and research.
- Motivated in following a vocational programme of study
- Demonstrate a commitment to working towards goals with your tutor
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed continually through practical project work, coursework, written assignments and presentations.
What does it lead to?
This qualification leads to:
- Progression to our HNC/HND courses
- Progression to a degree programme at university.
Strong range of work ready skills to produce content for Web, Animation and Video production.
|Location||Start Date - End Date - Study Mode|
|Tottenham Centre||2 Sep 2019 - 3 Jul 2020 - Daytime|
- Last Updated: 18 March 2019
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