T Levels in Media, Broadcast and Production
WHAT QUALIFICATIONS DO I NEED TO START THIS COURSE?
- A 'good pass' in Maths and English
- An interest in Media
WHY STUDY THIS COURSE?
The curriculum is crafted so that learners combine classroom theory, practical learning and a minimum of 9 weeks industry placement with an employer, ensuring learners have a real experience of the workplace and a skilled job.
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You will develop an understanding of a broad range of issues relevant to the sector, including:
- the creative economy
- the individual in the creative industries
- cultural context and vocabulary
- audience and consumer needs
- legal and regulatory requirements
- professional standards and conduct in the workplace
- equality, diversity and inclusion requirements
- research skills
- project methodology and administration
- continued professional development.
OPTIONS TO SPECIALISE
In addition to the core content, you will also complete at least one module of occupation-specific content.
The specialisms available in the Media, Broadcast and Production T Level are:
- Content Creation and Production.
- Studio sound engineer
- TV or film sound technician
- TV or film production
- TV or film director
- Video editor
- Broadcast engineer
- TV or film producer
- Radio broadcast assistant
- Audio visual technician
- Live sound engineer
- Lighting technician
- TV or film assistant director
- Media researcher
- TV or film camera operator.