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This Art and Design course helps students develop knowledge, skills, and understanding to enable them to express their creativity and imagination through responses to visual and written stimuli. The seven specification titles cover the breadth of Art and Design, both traditional and digital.
This course is about understanding the media and applying practical skills to create media products. You’ll develop valuable knowledge and understanding through work-related projects and assignments relevant to the media industry.
This technical diploma is aimed at those interested in following a career path in IT who have achieved less than four GCSEs at Grade C. This course provides a practical, work related introduction to Computing and IT. Learners will be inspired to learn by completing projects and coursework that are based on IT creative industries such as programming, computer graphics and website development.
This qualification recognises learners' understanding of administrative functions and activities. It accredits learners' abilities to carry out a range of administrative tasks autonomously and has been designed to accredit their achievements in a modern, practical way that is relevant to the work context. The qualification is flexible, allowing learners to choose units that best fit their needs and level of achievement.
The Graphics and Photography Pathway is a two-year course split into two one-year elements. In the first year, you’ll be placed onto the Subsidiary Diploma, where you’ll study 9 units, 18 in total over the 2 years. This is the equivalent of 3 x A Levels You’ll study units like Digital Technology, Branding for Design, Digital Photography, Animation, Graphic Design, Motion Graphics Advertising Photography and Fashion Photography. A typical unit consists of initial research, experimentation, generating ideas for a brief, developing ideas, presenting ideas to a client, using client feedback to refine ideas, and presenting a final outcome in response to a brief. Each unit is designed to be delivered as a project, based on commercial outcomes.
This course will introduce you to the process of game design and development, grow your understanding of the gaming industry, and help you develop your own game ideas. Units include theory and practical work.
This course is designed to give learners an introduction to the performing arts industry and to inspire them to pursue a career in this area. It will allow learners to develop skills in performance, acting, singing and production techniques.
This course is aimed at learners who are interested in all forms or engineering and have no formal qualifications. The BTEC Level 1/2 course provides a practical, work based introduction into the field of engineering.
This course will provide learners with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to prepare them for employment or to provide career development opportunities to progress onto a relevant Level 3 programme. Learners will be fully supported by highly qualified and experienced staff who are committed to creating engaging and exciting learning environments for all. As work placement is a vital part of this programme, learners will get the opportunity for both 'learning' and 'doing'.