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BTEC Diploma TV, FILM & AUDIO at UTC@MediaCityUK

Course description

TV & Film
You will:
• Be part of a technical team
for live broadcast
• Work on real and new TV content,
from being a runner to working
in on-line broadcast
• Manage post-production data
ingest and distribution
• Edit digital content for play out
• Prepare transcripts and
graphic overlays
• Output content for
multi-format consumption
• Develop full technical training
on high-end studio and
acquisition cameras
• Develop technical lighting skills
for studio recording
 
Our Key Stage 5 curriculum is
designed for ambitious creative
thinkers.
The curriculum is divided into
two parts:
• Technical specialism qualification,
based on one of four pathways (60%)
• Complementary A levels and
vocational qualifications (40%)
Technical qualifications are assessed
through live-brief projects set by our
industry-leading employer partners.
These partners will come from the
media industry, and offer additional
technical expertise and unique
insight. You will have the opportunity
to incorporate work experience into
your studies.

 

Course content

Autumn Half term 1:

TV and Film:

Students will learn about and develop skills in:

  • Single and multi camera shooting techniques
  • Planning and pre-production for Film Production and Television Broadcast.
  • Be part of a technical team film and live television production
  • Lighting techniques
  • Post production workflow

Audio production

Students will learn about and develop skills in:

  • Audio recording equipment, techniques and technologies
  • Techniques for editing digital sound
  • Mixing live and pre-recorded sound
  • Production workflow

 

 

Entry requirements

5 A*- C Grades at GCSE

 

Assessment

Our Key Stage 5 curriculum is
designed for ambitious creative
thinkers.
The curriculum is divided into
two parts:
• Technical specialism qualification,
based on one of four pathways (60%)
• Complementary A levels and
vocational qualifications (40%)
Technical qualifications are assessed
through live-brief projects set by our
industry-leading employer partners.
These partners will come from the
media industry, and offer additional
technical expertise and unique
insight. You will have the opportunity
to incorporate work experience into
your studies.

Financial information

Bursaries are available to cover travel costs

Courses are free

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 23 November 2017
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    • The UTC@MediaCityUK campus opens in September 2014.

      Every aspect of the new four-floor UTC building is designed to help students be productive, acquire skills and enjoy learning. With filming studios, performance areas, a radio studio and a live lounge alongside gaming and design labs and a science cluster, the campus has been designed in every detail to support an innovative creative and digital curriculum.

      Located close to the Broadway and MediaCityUK tram stations, the college is a vital new component in the heart of the creative and digital media community where our students will spend time learning workplace skills. When full, the UTC campus will hold 720 students. Every one a talented young individual.