Media - TV & Film (Year 2)
The Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production TV and Film teaches you to participate in 'real world' professional processes with an emphasis on attracting audiences and consumers.
This course will suit you if you have already completed a UAL Diploma in Creative Media Production & Technology and want to top it up to an Extended Diploma.
The focus of this course is to continue to help you develop industry-standard production processes, as well as technical and creative skills. You will be expected to plan, film and edit a range of productions – this could include TV and radio adverts, music videos, film trailers, documentaries, short films, campaign videos etc.
At the end of each year, you will complete a major project where you will be able to work on any type of media project within film, TV, and audio. Students in past years have submitted films to film festivals, made documentaries, developed their own digital channels and worked on audio dramas – the student has a high level of autonomy at every stage from idea inception to the presentation of the project.
What qualification will I gain?
UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production Technology
UAL Level 3 Diploma in Creative Media Production Technology
What progression options will I have?
Higher Education, studying on BA Hons and Foundation Degree level programmes.
Progression onto our L4 Media Production course here at North Kent College.
There are also routes directly into junior positions within the industry and apprenticeships available.
What costs are involved?
16-18 - free
19+ Advanced Learning Loan - £3600
Exam and Registration Fees (payable by all aged 19 and over): £200
Other Costs (payable by all students): £150 Annual Company Contribution
This course may also attract additional costs, for example, kit, uniform or books, that all students will be required to pay. Please contact the College for further details.
How will I be assessed?
All of your work will follow a vocational scenario or context that simulates a real-world situation, similar to year 1.
This course is 100 % coursework. You will present your work in a range of formats.
You will be assessed on your research, development and experimentation and final outcomes and you will be encouraged to develop your work and professional practice through evaluation and self-reflection.