What will I learn?
The UAL Level 3 Diploma in Creative Media and Broadcast Journalism covers a range of communication methods across modern media outputs with a focus on the creative and technical aspects in the digital world. We cover design, graphic and image creation to support your own written pieces for both print and online publication. In addition, we cover research skills and processes, investigation into output styles, bias and audience expectation and video recording and editing techniques for broadcast across online social media.
This is an ideal course for those wanting to enhance their production and software skills across a diverse range of multi-media avenues.
How will I learn?
You will be taught through a series of themed units that will allow you to choose your method of response. The course is very focused on individual need and direction and you will have a great deal of input into the method of learning you prefer with a tutorial based approach to the subject matter in most cases.
What is the qualification I will gain (include LARA code)
Year 1: UAL Level 3 Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology (601/3986/9)
Year 2: UAL level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology (601/3987/0)
What level is the qualification?
The course is a Level 3 Diploma leading to a Level 3 Extended Diploma
How will I be assessed?
The course is 100% coursework assessed through a series of assignments with ongoing assessments throughout the year.
What are the entry requirements?
You should have 4 A*-C grades at GCSE level or equivalent, this should include English and maths.
Is this the right course for me?
If you seek a career in creative media then this course will offer you the widest options of skill development for a successful foundation for your future.
Progression route / what jobs can it lead to?
The majority of students move into specialist courses at university or take the HNC course here at CBC. The course can lead to successful careers in a wide variety of media jobs from advertising to film production, one past student is now a current DJ with Capital radio.
Are there any additional costs?
There are trips that will benefit your study experience. Students often choose to enhance their production work with additional props and costumes. Your own camera is also useful to have.
Which campus will I study at?
The Store, Kingsway Campus in Dunstable