Ideal if: you want to explore digital film and video, and some aspects of photography
You'll learn: basic lighting and sound techniques, and gain experience of working collaboratively using DSLRs and other equipment.
Expect to: gain work-related experience by completing exciting practical briefs and to regularly create your own media footage.
You'll love: planning and producing practical assignments, and working with industry professionals on live projects.
This course gives you the opportunity to explore digital film and video and some aspects of photography. Your studies will include • Use of industry standard software, for example InDesign and PhotoShop • Practical assignments and live projects with industry professionals.
“Teachers are well qualified and experienced; they are passionate about their subject and impart their knowledge and understanding with enthusiasm.” (Ofsted, 2016)
Jobs in the industry include: Art and Design - Art Director Camera - Script Supervisor, Camera Operator, Camera Assistant, Lighting Camera Hair and Make-up - Make-up & Hair Artist Journalism and Sport - Broadcast Journalist Lighting: Lighting Director, Gaffer Performing - Actor, Presenter, Agent Production - Director, Producer, Executive Producer, Location Manager, Production Manager, Researcher Sound - Sound Supervisor, Sound Recordist, Boom Operator Studio and Broadcast Technology - Transmission Engineer, Vision Mixer.
At Gloucestershire College we want students to develop their English and maths skills so that they achieve their learning goals and future career aims. For this reason all full-time students who have not achieved grade A* to C English language or maths GCSE will study these subjects as part of their course.
Media (Digital, Audio/Visual Production)
September 2020 (TBC)
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