Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production, TV & Film

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Students will use the Media Department's extensive range of up-to-date equipment - from cameras through to lighting and sound and from digital editing suites through to our broadcast-standard television studio.

As well as benefiting from a top equipment specification, the course is delivered by media professionals, with connections to industry, backed up with visits, eg, to BBC and specialist guest speakers.

Over a two-year period, you will work on a number of practical projects, assimilating the skills and techniques used by professionals the world over. By the end of the course your level of training and portfolio of visual work will be such that you will be equipped to ente…

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Course Content

Students will use the Media Department's extensive range of up-to-date equipment - from cameras through to lighting and sound and from digital editing suites through to our broadcast-standard television studio.

As well as benefiting from a top equipment specification, the course is delivered by media professionals, with connections to industry, backed up with visits, eg, to BBC and specialist guest speakers.

Over a two-year period, you will work on a number of practical projects, assimilating the skills and techniques used by professionals the world over. By the end of the course your level of training and portfolio of visual work will be such that you will be equipped to enter the industry, or proceed to a related University Degree.

You will study a range of units including:

  • Making Music Videos
  • Editing
  • Shooting Short Films
  • Making Documentaries
  • Scriptwriting
  • Presenting and Interviewing
  • Making Advertisements
  • TV Graphics
  • Corporate Video
  • Working with real-world clients.

If you are accepted onto this course without a Grade C or above in Maths and/or English you will be required to complete the relevant Essential Skills qualification. This will be a compulsory part of your timetable.

Special Features

The main aim on this course is to get our students into industry, which we do by immersing them into a proper working environment. Technical skills are taught to a very high level by industry professionals and students regularly work with external, real-world clients. Organisations like the BBC, the National Trust, charities and businesses and local government have used work from our students. TV & film professionals visit the course to share their insight and experience. Students in turn visit television stations and participate in industry organised workshops, events and trips. We also partner with specialist universities, ideally placing students to enter the industry.

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