Creative Media Production (Film) - Level 4 HNC - Westminster Kingsway College

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Creative Media Production (Film) - Level 4 HNC

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Course Title Creative Media Production (Film) - Level 4 HNC
Start Date 9th September 2019
Location Kings Cross
Duration 30 Weeks
Attendance
Fees Fee details on enquiry. All learners are fee-assessed at enrolment
All fees will be confirmed when you enrol onto your course. All students are fee assessed at enrolment

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Short Description
About the Course

The outlook for the UK’s screen industries is bright. With considerable investment in UK studios, a vibrant and expanding independent sector, and spending on TV and video forecast for continued growth, the demand for skilled technicians and talent will continue to grow across the film and high-end TV sectors. There is a growing national need for the craft skills which are increasingly technology driven, such as engineering skills for lighting and sound and animation skills. The skills that you learn on the course will equip you for the fresh challenges of an ever-changing job market.

As well as developing a broad knowledge and awareness of key aspects of Creative Media Production, you will study specialist subjects like Film Practices, Film Studies and Editing for Film & Television. You will develop critically important skills in team-working, and using language that enables clear communication of concepts and day-to-day processes across the Film and TV fields. The course aims to provide you with the core skills and behaviours that are universally useful across all Film departments, companies and specialisms.

What you will study

This course emphasises practical studio production skills and developing a creative and professional approach to media production.

Working with a range of diverse and converging technologies and methodologies, successful candidates will develop innovative responses to create contemporary media solutions. Studio practice is always supported by putting the work into a historical, theoretical and cultural context.

You will learn a wide range of creative processes including:

  • Video production and post-production
  • Cinematographic techniques
  • Television studio production
  • Professional practice in the media sector
  • Concept design and development
  • Critical awareness and contextual understanding

Specialist facilities:

Arts, graphics, recording studio, specialist computing facilities, TV studios.

Employer links:

ADOBE, Sony, Shaftsbury PLC, The Design Museum, The BBC, Channel 4, Creative Cultural Skills, Creative Skillset.

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Progression

Students on this course benefit from broadbased creative media study in 1 year and progression opportunities in the Creative Industries.

All fees will be confirmed when you enrol onto your course. All students are fee assessed at enrolment

Entry Requirements

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Entry Requirement

For students who have recently been in education, the entry profile is likely to include one of the following:

- A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Creative Media Production

- A GCE Advanced Level profile that demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades A* to C (or equivalent), and/or 9 to 4 (or equivalent) in subjects such as maths and English

- Other related Level 3 qualifications

- An Access to Higher Education Diploma awarded by an approved further education institution

- Related work experience

- An international equivalent of the above

All fees will be confirmed when you enrol onto your course. All students are fee assessed at enrolment

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