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Chichester College

Creative Multimedia Production

UCAS Code: CMJ4

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


GCSE/National 4/National 5

GCSE Mathematics and English Language are preferred at grade C or above.

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96

A typical offer of either a combination of GCE A levels/Level 3 Diploma or an Extended Diploma at overall Merit. GCSE Mathematics and English Language are preferred at grade C or above.

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Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2020

This HND course is a higher level course at level 4 for those wishing to develop their skills for work within the media industry. It is mapped to the occupational standards in the sector set by skillset, linked to professional body requirements and with a strong work related emphasis. The Higher National Certificate and Diploma (HND) in Creative Media Production is a rigorous specialist vocational programme, linked to professional body requirements and with a strong work related emphasis. It offers both theoretical and practical units combined with an extensive range of teaching and learning methods that enhance the learners’ self confidence. A range of disciplines are taught on the course in order to maximise learners’ skills base and improve employability. The learner will also gain an in-depth understanding of how the media industry is structured, and learn how they can develop a career in this challenging, exciting, dynamic industry. We aim to give your coursework assignments a professional and realistic context and you will be able to focus your work towards developing your own creative media or design business, or producing work relevant to your current employment.
Learners studying for Edexcel BTEC Higher Nationals in Creative Media will be expected to develop the following skills during the programme of study: Synthesis of a range of concepts, knowledge and skills relating to creative media production; application of complex theories to practical realistic work situations in the creative media sectors; independence of approach to study and the generation of creative media evidence; an ability to engage with complex and/or unpredictable situations in creative media contexts; an ability to take responsibility to manage and direct their own and others’ activities; insight and judgement in relation to the margins and consequences of error; research and investigative skills; responsiveness to change and ability to multi-task; and an ability to innovate and work in a creative way.
At the end of the course students have the opportunity to celebrate their achievement with a full graduation ceremony at Chichester Cathedral.

Modules

This HND course is a higher level course at level 4 for those wishing to develop their skills for work within the media industry. It is mapped to the occupational standards in the sector set by skillset.

The HNC course consists of 8 units, of which three are Core Units, three are mandatory Specialist Units and a further 2 are optional units. The HND is a further 7 units.

The HNC course is made up of 8 units.
Individual Project (Pearson-set)
Creative Media Industry
Professional Practice
Film & Television Practices
Film Studies
Light & Sound
Film & Video Editing
Principles of Animation

The units are mapped to occupational standards set by Skillset and could be studied as individual units to develop specific technical skills as stand alone units of study as well as part of the HNC qualification.
The HND course is made up of the 7 units.
Collaborative Project (Pearson-set)
Personal Professional Development
Advanced Film & Television Studies
Advanced Editing & Compositing
Drama / Narrative
Documentary
Scriptwriting for Film & Television

Assessment methods

Assessment will be through assignments (mainly) and some examinations. Each outcome or module will be assessed by a project-style assignment. Upon completion of all outcomes in a unit, the student will be able to undertake the End Graded assignment or End Test (depending on the unit) to obtain a unit grade.
The method of assessment has been designed to encourage continuous written and verbal feedback throughout the course to ensure he highest grade attainable for each unit in conjunction with the highest quality education.

Tuition fees

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£6,500
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£6,500
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EU
£6,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,500
per year
Scotland
£6,500
per year
Wales
£6,500
per year

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Crawley College

Department:

Performing Arts

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