Course Information

Pearson BTEC Level 3 540 Diploma in Creative Media Practice

Pearson
Sessions

Below are the sessions that are available for this course.

Full-Time
Campus: Dungannon
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 16
Course Coordinator: Sharon.Wallace@swc.ac.uk

Full-Time
Campus: Enniskillen
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 14
Course Coordinator: Claire.Fiddaman@swc.ac.uk

Full-Time
Campus: Enniskillen
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 14
Course Coordinator: Stephen.Trimble@swc.ac.uk

Full-Time
Campus: Omagh
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 16
Total Hours: 544
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 20
Course Coordinator: Kirk.Gilmore@swc.ac.uk

Full-Time
Campus: Omagh
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 20
Course Coordinator: Peter.McGlinchey@swc.ac.uk

Description

The aim of this course is to build upon the interest learners already have in the field of Creative Media Production, for example, Film, TV, Journalism, Advertising and Design. Learners will develop a common core of knowledge, including preproduction techniques, critical approaches to media products and an understanding of the creative media sector. Through work related projects and coursework, they will develop practical skills relevant to the broad range of roles within the media industry.

Course Content

The course consists of 10 units over one year: Pre-Production Techniques; Communication Skills; Research Techniques; Understanding the TV and Film Industries; Single Camera Techniques; Music Video Production; Advertisement Production for Television; Film and Video Editing Techniques; Digital Graphics for Print; Multi-Camera Techniques.

Assessment Method

You will achieve Pass, Merit and Distinction grades for each unit to form one final grade giving UCAS points in the same way as A Level grades.

Progression Opportunities

Foundation Degree in Digital Arts and Technologies.

Entry Requirements

Four GCSEs grade C or above or equivalent. Entry is subject to a successful interview