The course will give you the opportunity to develop your professional and social skills through interaction with performers, clients and peers; as well as theoretical and technical knowledge and understanding to underpin these skills.
Students will develop conceptual ideas, and visualise these through the production cycle; from planning and pre-production right through to editing, postproduction and presentation of products. They’ll also learn how to analyse target audience requirements, research market demand and bring a media concept alive working in line with legal and regulatory requirements.
Students will also gain an understanding of how different businesses/organisations in the media sector work. When it comes to progression or employment, your students will learn about the variety of opportunities available to them, and the roles and responsibilities of media businesses and organisations within the sector.
There is no requirement for any specific prior learning but we do require that you achieve at least a Grade 3 in GCSE English and maths.
- Media products and audiences
- Pre-production and planning
- Create a media product
- Interactive media product
- Social media and globalisation
- Journalism and the news industry
- Advertising media
- Scripting for media products
New course - yet to be confirmed . The majority of the qualification content will be internally assessed through center-set assignments.
External assessment across the Cambridge Technicals suite could involve written examinations including case studies, pre-release materials, controlled projects or tasks, or computer based tests relating to the subject which students will need to apply their knowledge and understanding to.