Creative Digital Media
Whether you are interested in becoming a top session musician or becoming the next super-producer, the first step on that journey should be to study music here at The Creative Media Industry offers a huge variety of opportunity. Students go on to study and work in interactive media, moving image, 3D visualisation, animation, web-design, games production and design. Working in an industry standard digital environment, you will work with a range of software and hardware to produce creative solutions to media assignments.
Level 3 students in 2016 went onto study at Bournemouth University, SOAS, Leeds Beckett University, UCLan and the University of Teeside to study Filmmaking, Photography, Film Production, TV Production and Computer Games Art. A number of students chose to stay at LMC and progressed to the HNC in Creative Digital Media. Students also went into employment.
Your future career could be..
|Animator||£14,000 - £36,000|
|Computer Games Tester||£15,000 - £40,000|
|TV/Film Production Assistant||£15,000 - £30,000|
|Video Editor||£18,000 - £45,000|
|Web Designer||£18,000 - £40,000|
|Computer Games Developer||£19,000 - £70,000|
Creative Media Production HNC Level 4 (A31167-A1A)
What do I need to join?
You will need:
• 64 UCAS Points (new tariff) or 160 points (legacy tariff)
• GCSE maths and English at grade C/4 or higher
You will also need enthusiasm for the subject with a commitment to study, and show good skills in practical subjects.
The Creative Media Production HNC develops students’ practical skills and project management in preparation for a career in the creative media industry or progression to further study.
Participants will use professional standard equipment and software to produce a range of media projects, such as: promotional videos, documentaries, web content, computer games and other media-rich applications in a challenging productive environment. The course emphasises practical studio production skills and developing a creative and professional approach to media production.
Who is this course for?
The course is for school (A-Level)/college graduates and adults looking to advance their knowledge of media production techniques with the aim of working in the industry. While on programme, students will build up a sizeable portfolio of creative media projects, working individually and as part of a team.
Kevin Clark-Patterson, telephone 01524 521423.
For information, advice and guidance or to apply please phone Student & Learning Services on 01524 521237 or 0800 306306.
Course Information Sheet