What courses can I do after this?
Students who study Creative and Design - Content Creation can progress to a range of university and Apprenticeship options.
Past students have gone on to study at some of the top production university courses throughout the country as well as stay within the college to pursue our 3D Animation for film and TV BA, a few top students have entered directly into world leading film companies.
The course covers all of the practical skills a future university or employer would be looking for.
What jobs can I get?
The Creative and Design, Content Creation T Level?will give students a route into a variety of careers within the sector including:
- Content Creation Manager
- Audio-Visual Technician
- TV or Film Sound Recorder
- TV of Film Production Assistant
- TV or Film Assistant Director
- TV or Film Director
- TV or Film Producer
- TV or Film Camera Operator
- Media Rresearcher
- Studio Lighting Technician
- Radio Broadcast Assistant
- Moving Image Editor
To do this course you should have...
A minimum of five GCSEs at Grade 4 or above (formerly Grade C) including a related creative subject, English and Maths.
What about work experience?
Over the two years, the course includes a minimum of nine weeks (45 days) working with an employer on an industry placement.
|Costs 19-23 (with concessions)
|Costs 19+ (no concessions)
* Please note fees are subject to change.
There are no direct course fees for students aged under 19 at the start of the course.
You will be required to pay a £100 studio fee per year to support materials costs and educational visits.
As a Creative and Design T Level student you will start to develop technical and practical skills from the beginning of the course, using our industry standard Green screen and filming studio. Utilise our professional digital filming and photographic equipment as well as our audio recording facilitie. Creative projects are built and editied using the latest Adobe Creative Cloud packages and more specilised software.
You will learn about the real media landscape, looking at different types of media organisations and how they finance their media content. You will become familiar with the workplace practices that are essential to safe and effective media and broadcast production and examine what it takes to become a successful media professional.
Key points you need to know about T Levels:
Courses last two years
- 1 T Level is equivalent to three A-Levels
- Created in collaboration with employers
- Include a substantial industry placement
- Attract UCAS points (for university progression)
- Support progression into skilled work and higher or Degree Level Apprenticeships, higher-level technical study, including university.
This is a two-year course that is planned to begin in September 2025.
More about the course
T Levels are courses for 16 -18 year olds that are studied at the same level as A-Levels.
They are for young people who prefer a more technical education when they come to College, rather than following a purely academic pathway, or a work-based apprenticeship. They are a two-year programme that combine classroom theory, practical learning and a minimum of 45 days industry placement with an employer.
During the two-year programme, you will learn the core knowledge that underpins each industry and will also develop occupationally specific skills that will allow you to enter skilled employment within a specific occupation.
This two-year course has been developed?in collaboration with a number of established employers,?practitioners and providers from across the?sector to advance the technical qualification?that will underpin the media, broadcast?and production skills you will gain and develop. The input from employers is vital to ensuring the technical?qualification reflects the needs required within the sector.