The creative industries are an important growth area in the UK and Ireland. This course will introduce you to what is needed to succeed in a range of media sectors including moving image, animation, photography, web authoring, graphics and sound.
You will gain an understanding of media products, production processes and technologies. Cambridge Technical courses are ideal if you prefer to learn in a way that is practical and work-related.
- Applicants must be at least 16 years of age on or before 1st July in the year of proposed entry to the course.
- Applicants should normally have a minimum of a full Level 1 qualification (4 GCSEs at grades D-G, including English and Mathematics at grades D-F or equivalent qualification profile).
- Applicants presenting with a Junior Cert qualification should have attained a majority of higher-level subjects.
- During the Pre-Entry Advice Sessions, applicants will be expected to demonstrate that they are committed and motivated to the programme.
- Attendance at IPEAS or GPEAS is essential for the selection of candidates in all level 2 full time courses.
- The College may also use other evidence provided as part of the application process.
- Introducing Media Products and Audiences
- Audio Visual Media Skills
- Audio Media Skills
- Photography for Media Products
- Graphic Design for Media Products
- Web Authoring and Design
- Animation Production
1 year full-time
There may be some employment opportunities at the end of this course but most successful students will further their studies on the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Media.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications for this course are now closed!
028 3025 9686
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