BTEC National Diploma in Media Production (TV & Film)

In Nottingham

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    BTEC

  • Location

    Nottingham

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

This practical based course is designed to give you the competence in various areas of video production and establish an underpinning knowledge in current production and post production techniques.
Suitable for: Level 3 are longer courses for college students with previous experience and basic Level 1 Key Skills.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
6-10 Convent St., NG1 3LL

Starts

On request

To take into account

4 GCSE’s grade A-C (or equivilanat) including Maths and English. Some IT and Media experience.

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Subjects

  • Production

Course programme

Enrolment

September

What you will learn

This practical based course is designed to give you the competence in various areas of video production and establish an underpinning knowledge in current production and post production techniques. Topics covered include:
Understanding Video Technology
Factual Programme Production Techniques
Video Editing Television and Video Studies
Writing for Television and Video
Designing Graphics and Idents for Screen
Corporate and Promotional Video Production Professional Practice in the Media Industry
Pre-Production Techniques Sound for film and television
Understanding the Media.

What's it worth?

The National Diploma is equivalent to 3 A-levels.

Progression

This course gives students a way to progress to Higher Education or onto the job market. Job opportunities include the broadcasting industries, video and sound production and the film industry.
Progression within Confetti includes the Foundation Degree in Digital Video and Broadcast Production.

Day to day experience

Working often in small production teams you will gain experience and a good working knowledge of the latest techniques in using cameras, lighting, location sound-recording, graphics and editing. You will have the opportunity to work on your own initiative and within your creative team to write and produce work contributing to your final major project.

Time commitment

This is a full-time course, lasting 2 years, and you will spend a minimum of 12-hours at Confetti each week and in addition to this you will be expected to complete some coursework in your own time.

Funding

The National Diploma is free for all students under 19 and for most other students. International (non EU) students will be expected to pay fees. Students can continue to claim benefits whilst on the course. Some bursaries are available for assistance with travel and course costs.

Validation

The course is validated through Castle College by Edexcel.

What do I need to apply?

4 GCSE’s grade A-C (or equivilanat) including Maths and English. Some IT and Media experience.

Additional information

Support: The National Diploma is free for all students under 19 and for most other students. International (non EU) students will be expected to pay fees. Students can continue to claim benefits whilst on the course. Some bursaries are available for assistance with travel and course costs.

BTEC National Diploma in Media Production (TV & Film)

Price on request