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Our courses - awarded by the University of the Arts, London - cover Levels 2 and Level 3 in Creative Media Production and progress to various HE course options. Practical hands-on projects using industry standard software and hardware will allow you to develop your creative skills and knowledge through a variety of media such as digital graphics, films, games and animation.
Throughout your course you will have the opportunity to focus on different areas of the creative media industry and explore a wide range of disciplines to discover which one you enjoy the most.
The focus of our courses is on exploration and experimentation, working towards a portfolio and show reel that, along with your Level 3 qualification, will help you progress into higher education or employment.
The college has a great atmosphere and I’ve really enjoyed using all the different applications within the media area for film making and photography. The staff are so supportive and encouraging.
Students regularly get involved in local and national external exhibitions and competitions including prestigious film awards and the University of the Arts London exhibition.
Previous students have gone on to work as camera operators, animators, photographers, game designers, concept artists, 3D modellers, creative writers and graphic design artists after completing study at a higher level. They have set up independent game companies that have exhibited at E3, film production companies, won awards for independent film making and gone into TV production for BBC and ITV as camera operators and production assistants.
Career options and national starting averages include:
- Junior Media Researcher £415+ per week
- TV or Film Production Assistant £15,000 - £30,000
You could move on to be an:
- Animator £14,000 - £60,000
- Advertising Media buyer £18,000 - £50,000
Source: National Careers Service
I’m particularly interested in trying to create an environment of experiential learning. I am passionate about the subject and enjoy helping the students develop their skills in an area they are engaged with. It’s exciting to see where the student’s imagination take their projects.