Media, Games, Journalism, TV & Film
Are you fascinated by TV or radio production? Can you think on your feet and be creative enough to direct an advert or write a headline for a newspaper? Would you like to get an in-depth knowledge and practical experience of this exciting and dynamic industry?
Success! Richard Wisby from Kings’ School is looking forward to studying film and visual effects at university after completing L3
If you enjoy keeping up-to-date with current affairs and news, then a career in journalism could be for you. Journalists need a broad range of skills, from creative writing to looking at presented articles and deciding what would make a good story. The Southern Daily Echo asked some of our media students to produce a 32- page motoring supplement.
Television, radio and film offer a huge range of career opportunities – from producers and directors to camera operators and other support roles. As part of our qualifications you will gain real live experience of filming college and external events, as well as producing edited promotional DVDs for local businesses. Recently, Gordon Brown, Michael Portillo, Levi Roots and Princess Anne have been filmed by our students.
If you’re interested in learning about the creative industries of music, theatre and the arts, then ask about our Creative & Media Diploma.
Depending on your area of specialism, you may pursue a career in the industry or, after our level 3 qualification; you could progress on to university.
TV presenter, radio presenter, film maker, producer, editor, camera operator, sound engineer, vision mixer, journalist, games designer.
You will have access to first-class facilities at the college to prepare you for your career, with media and editing suites, a studio, green screen, a community radio station, digital resources and plenty of video cameras.
How Will I Be Assessed?
You will complete coursework and an externally-assessed assignment.
Course information for parents
Level 3 (A level equivalent)
We have a range of level 3 programmes which are equivalent to 3 A levels (360 UCAS points). These information sheets are user friendly for parents. It gives you the main detail of the equivalence of the qualification along with an outline of course content, learning strategies, progression routes and a case study of a previous learner. This will help in forming what questions to ask at either one of our open evenings or when you come to a college interview with your son or daughter. Please click on the course link below:
Depending on your GCSE grades, you may be able to study an A Level alongside L3 via our Vocational Plus programme click to find out more
Apply Now for September 2013
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