Certificate in Creative Content and
Delivery Method: Full time Study
Typical Duration/length of course: 1 Year
Entry Requirements: Creative digital
Course Code: IOF3020
UCAS Code: NA
The qualification covers core technical skills and knowledge, including production planning, production development, industry awareness, content creation, and also develops the learner’s soft skills, including working to tight deadlines and reflecting on own practice.
This qualification has been developed in partnership with leading employers across the broadcasting industry including the BBC, ITV, Sky, Channel 4 and Bauer Media.
There are 6 core units which cover topics such as awareness of the creative and digital media sector, Communication and Presentation Skills, Professional Reflection and Development, work place legislation, respond to a media brief and a synoptic project. Optional modules may include media content creation, planning and coordinating a broadcast production, production and post production techniques, shooting capturing, editing and storing media content.
A broad range of job roles will be open to learners achieving this qualification. Broadcast Production Assistants, for example, may progress into TV or radio creative, production management or editing roles, such as Researcher, Production Co-ordinator, Studio Manager or Editorial Co-ordinator. Junior Content Producers can progress into content creation/development roles at more senior levels across the industry, including with digital agencies, broadcasters and publishers.
This course will prepare you for entry level opportunities into a family of creative and operational roles across television and radio broadcast production including Broadcast Production Assistant and Junior Content Producer.
On successful completion of this course you can move into a Higher Level course.