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UAL Level 2 Diploma in Creative Media Production & Technology

This course will introduce you to the basics of digital imaging and media production. The course is designed to develop basic visual exploration, inspire simple creative practice, promote independent study, and develop elementary skills in research, planning and time management.

why choose this course?

Throughout the world the creative industries are booming. As working practices and technologies evolve, jobs in this sector will be some of the most resilient in the face of increasing automation. The course will provide you with an introduction to a broad range of creative and technical skills in media production and photography. The qualification has been designed to provide you with a sound base of skills, knowledge and understanding which will enhance your self-confidence and impart an understanding of the career demands and opportunities within the exciting and dynamic creative media industries. During the course you will learn digital photographic techniques in addition to video production and editing skills.

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Start date: 09/09/2024

Course code
P2CRMPT24T
Level
Level 2
Location
Truro College
Duration
1 year
Qualification
Progression

top course highlights

learn future-proof creative skills

Small class sizes

Prepare for progression

Excellent academic & technical support

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build for a successful future

This course is designed to give you every possible chance to build the qualification, skills and competencies required to progress on to higher level college study that could then lead to a successful future in the creative industries.

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develop workplace skills

Develop skills that are essential for the workplace. These skills include team working; working to a set brief; working to deadlines; presenting information effectively and accurately completing administrative tasks and processes.

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Creative & dedicated staff

The teaching team are friendly, supportive, and well-qualified; they offer high level pastoral, academic and technical support to help you realise your creative potential.

what will i learn?

The course is structured around 8 hours of Media and a further 8 hours of work towards English and Mathematics qualifications, plus a work skills module and a one-hour tutorial slot.

Throughout the course you will study several areas involving creative media Skills, digital photography, audio & video Editing, animation and interactive media.

Ultimately, the course is designed to support you to develop a portfolio of creative skills as well as work skills and qualifications in English and Maths that will give you the confidence and abilities to thrive at Level 3 and beyond.

 

This course will help you develop the skills and competencies demanded by employers in the creative industries. Through your studies you will learn to:

> be adaptable in the face of change > be a collaborative team player > be a confident communicator > be creative and innovative > be an entrepreneurial problem‑solver > develop high‑level technical skills (traditional and digital) > be motivated and self‑directed

Progression 2 allows you to study a core of Media and will also include Functional Skills / GCSE English and Maths and an OCN Work Skills qualification. This one-year course is focused on progression, either to further specialised study at Level 3, PPD or into employment.

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where will it take me?

This qualification will support you to progress to a range of further education courses such as a Level 3 Diploma, Personal and Professional Development, Apprenticeships, or employment. It will provide the first steps in preparing you for a wide range of careers in the creative industries, including opportunities in areas such as photography and media production.

assessment arrangements

The Media department is friendly, supportive, ambitious, and hardworking. Achievement in this subject relies heavily on your attendance, punctuality, and commitment to learning, both independently and within lectures.

You will be encouraged to try a broad range of approaches, which you will then refine into ways of working which suit your individual interests, acquiring and developing specialist skills in your chosen discipline.

Your ongoing work will be assessed in lessons through focused 1:1 discussion and you will be given formative feedback of how you are progressing (e.g., fail, pass, merit, distinction.). Portfolio work will be assessed regularly for reflective, thoughtful, analytical critical evaluation and annotation. Discussions and presentations are a vital part of our assessment process and you will be expected to contribute to these during your lessons.

At the end of the course, you will receive either a Pass or Fail for the Media Award along with in-house accreditation for the additional modules.

entry requirements

There are no strict formal entry requirements for this course, although we would expect you to have GCSEs in the 1-3 grade range. Informally we would expect enthusiasm, a willingness to get hands-on and an ability to work productively and collaboratively with others.

practical requirements

Camera equipment is available to loan from the department, but many students opt to use their own; we recommend Canon models as they will then be compatible with the college inventory. We will provide most of the materials you will need such as photographic paper, SD cards and some printing credits but there may be some small costs involved in purchasing necessary items from our college shop. Bursary options are available to assist with this (subject to eligibility.)

additional information

Further information regarding this qualification can be found on the UAL Awarding Body website: www.arts.ac.uk/awarding

Contact Us

Lee Clark – PTL Media & Photography

01872 265803 / leec@truro-penwith.ac.uk

Debbie Walters – Course Leader

01872 305245 – debbiew@truro-penwith.ac.uk

Meet the staff, tour the campus and find out about life as a student at one of the best colleges in the country.

What you could earn

  • Photographers, Audio-visual and Broadcasting Equipment Operators
  • Advertising Accounts Managers and Creative Directors
  • Marketing and Sales Directors
  • Market Research Interviewers
  • Print Finishing and Binding Workers
  • Printing Machine Assistants
  • Printers
  • Public Relations Professionals
Potential Salary

£46,367

Entry Level Salary

£13,036

Average Salary

£25,532

Annual openings in Cornwall

11

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£63,515

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£25,514

Average Salary

£36,890

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£152,476

Entry Level Salary

£28,913

Average Salary

£68,495

Annual openings in Cornwall

54

Potential Salary

£32,910

Entry Level Salary

£7,917

Average Salary

£20,459

Annual openings in Cornwall

5

Potential Salary

£35,515

Entry Level Salary

£11,105

Average Salary

£24,396

Annual openings in Cornwall

2

Potential Salary

£38,292

Entry Level Salary

£16,244

Average Salary

£23,703

Annual openings in Cornwall

3

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£39,872

Entry Level Salary

£12,557

Average Salary

£27,429

Annual openings in Cornwall

7

Potential Salary

£55,970

Entry Level Salary

£23,186

Average Salary

£32,848

Annual openings in Cornwall

13

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Truro College
College Road
Truro
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