What will I learn?

The outlook for the UK’s screen industries is bright. With considerable investment in UK studios, a vibrant and expanding independent sector, and spending on TV and video forecast for continued growth, the demand for skilled technicians and talent will continue to grow across the film and high-end TV sectors. There is a growing national need for the craft skills which are increasingly technology driven, such as engineering skills for lighting and sound and animation skills. The skills that you learn on the course will equip you for the fresh challenges of an ever-changing job market.As well as developing a broad knowledge and awareness of key aspects of Creative Media Production, you will study specialist subjects like Film Practices, Film Studies and Editing for Film & Television. You will develop critically important skills in team-working, and using language that enables clear communication of concepts and day-to-day processes across the Film and TV fields. The course aims to provide you with the core skills and behaviours that are universally useful across all Film departments, companies and specialisms.This course emphasises practical studio production skills and developing a creative and professional approach to media production.Working with a range of diverse and converging technologies and methodologies, successful candidates will develop innovative responses to create contemporary media solutions. Studio practice is always supported by putting the work into a historical, theoretical and cultural context.You will learn in specialist facilities including arts, graphics, TV and recording studios, and will use specialist computing facilities.This course has been developed with input from a range of professional practitioners and you will have the opportunity to work on projects alongside industry employers such as ADOBE, Sony, Shaftsbury PLC, The Design Museum, The BBC, Channel 4, Creative Cultural Skills, Creative Skillset, CNN in our TV studio.This course is full time (taught over 3 days per week).Progression opportunities in the Creative Industries include work as a runner, potentially leading to roles such as camera operator and assistant editor. Students may also progress to the 1st or 2nd year (where appropriate) of a university degree.

Which department am I in?

Art, Design and Media

Study options

Full Time (1 Year)

Tuition fees
Information not available
Start date

September 2022

Venue

Soho Centre

Soho Centre,

Peter Street,

City of London,

W1F 0HS, England

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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