BTECs support a huge range of careers, and they are particularly useful for those students who are aiming for a career in the creative industries. The College offers a 1 A Level, 2 A Level and 3 A Level equivalent qualification in this subject. The information below shares some of the topics you will study:
- Video editing techniques
- Film production
- Sound design
- Multi-camera production
- Documentary production
BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma allows you to study all of the topics detailed above and will develop your knowledge of the television and film industries.
Studying this two A Level equivalent will deepen your understanding of the processes behind TV and Film commissioning, making it ideal if you are thinking of a career in a related field.
Grade 4 in GCSE Media Studies and/or GCSE Art is desirable.
Studying BTEC Creative Media (TV and Film) is perfect if you are keen to explore the interesting and innovative career possibilities offered in the world of media. It will support you to develop the technical skills and knowledge that is highly valued by universities and employers. Through a range of practical projects and assignments, you will learn about the creative media sector and develop plenty of work-related skills. This is supported with work experience opportunities, and a range of visiting speakers to help inspire you.
The possibilities offered from studying Creative Media are endless! However, our students typically consider careers in areas such as Film Production, Television Production, Journalism, or Editing. You could progress to an apprenticeship or a university degree.
Good to Know
The TV, Film and Radio industries are growing year on year and there are estimated to be almost 250,000 jobs in the sector.