Level 2 – Develop and explore skills in media. Ideal if you are interested in the practical nature of the media industry and want a hands-on course which can help you progress to a higher level. You will have classroom sessions to help build your general knowledge of a range of skills and techniques in Film, TV and Animation also Maths and English.
Level 3 – You will be creating and producing for the world of TV, film and media in this exciting course. You will produce film dramas, animations, radio shows, music videos, visual FX, TV programmes and more. You will also gain an understanding of the planning side along with media theories and create links with your own production work.
Digital Imaging and editing
Film and television production
Introducing media products and audiences
Planning and producing a media product
Modern, up-to-date facilities including a high definition studio.
Visits to subject specific cities home and abroad.
Work Experience opportunities with local BBC.
We have great links with the BBC, BFI, Sony and more.
Industry professional tutors.
Film Producer, CGI Designer, Film Editor, Script Writer, Radio Presenter, Website Designer, Journalist, Teacher, Film Director, Animater, Visual Effects Coordinator, Film and TV Audio, Photographer, Researcher, Graphic Designer, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Editorial Assistant, Commissioning Editor, Lighting Technician, Location Manager, Press Photographer, Programme Researcher, Runner, Sound Technician, TV Presenter, Writer, Floor Manager, Story Boarder.
What can I go on to do?
Progress to a degree programme or other higher education programme
If you are aged 16-19 and have not achieved GCSE grade A*-C in English and maths, any programme you choose will require you to continue studying English and maths.
Samantha completed a BND in Media coming out with Distinction grades here at GYC; before the FdA was in place; and then went off to Lincoln University to graduate with a BA in TV production in 2010. She did some work experience whilst with us filming the theatre shows and college events. She went to a London media house for work experience as part of her Uni course. For the last 3 years she has been working in Peterborough at Create and craft TV – a major shopping channel TV production company.
Her tutor Phil Bury said “She was always a keen and enthusiastic student and it comes as no surprise that she has found a good production based job at the TV production company”.