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Creative Media Production Diploma Programme - Level 3 at Crawley College

Course description

The Level 3 BTEC in Creative Media Production is a rigorous specialist vocational programme, with a strong work related emphasis. It offers practical units combined with an extensive range of teaching and learning methods that enhance the learners’ self confidence. A range of disciplines are taught on the course in order to maximise learners’ skills base and improve employability. This course offers an opportunity to gain some of the necessary skills required to work in the media industry. You will use professional software packages such as Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office and Photoshop. Learn by doing work based projects where you are required to research, plan and present a ‘live’ project. On the course you will study subjects such as ‘Studio Photography’, ‘Single Camera Techniques’ and ‘Speech Package’ to improve your knowledge and professionalism in Radio, Television, Photography and Journalism.

The course is made up of 10 units. Other units are chosen from a range to suit the needs of the learners. These might include:

  • Single Camera Techniques
  • Radio Studies
  • Writing for Television and Video
  • Film and Video Editing Techniques
  • Writing Copy
  • Studio Photography

Entry requirements

This course is suitable for those wishing to develop their careers in Media and interested in developing skills in editing, photography, animation.

Entry requirements:

  • 5 A to C GCSEs
  • English GCSE or equivalent at grade C
  • Maths GCSE or equivalent at grade C
  • Level 2 qualification in the subject specialism will be considered at Merit or above


Assessment will be mainly through project and assignment work.

Future opportunities

Upon successful completion of this course, you will able to apply for Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production or progression into employment.

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: 09 March 2016