Media: Broadcast and Production T-level (Events and Venues Technician)

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Whether it is festivals, concerts or theatre productions this course is designed to give you the skills to ensure events are successful. There is a strong focus on technical skills to enable you to rig events but also includes design, planning and the organisational skills to set up, run and then take down efficiently. You will be introduced to ways of managing the whole sequence from initial ideas through pre-planning to rehearsals and final performance and the tools and knowledge required to coordinate teams and organise logistics.

What will I study in Media: Broadcast and Production T-level (Events and Venues Technician)?

T-levels are new, two-year technical study programmes designed with the needs of you and employers in mind.

It will give you the skills and knowledge needed to get on in the media industry whether that's moving  into the workplace, an appreticeship or access to media courses at university.

The big difference with this course is that you will get at least 45 days practical experience with an employer working in their business. This will give  you with an invaluable insight into the demands of working within the media industry.

You will study a range of practical and clasroom based technical and creative media. Alongside gaining an insight into cameras, TV studios, location filming, lighting and sound,  you will also find out about your place within a thriving media economy.

Entry Requirements

A minimum of five GCSE's at Grade 4 or above including 3 from the core subjects including English and Maths.

How will I learn?

T Levels are a new way of learning with more real-life exposure to the industry you might be working in.

How will I be assessed?

The course is assessed through a range of practical work, exams and a project designed by your work placement employer.

Are there any costs involved?

We provide all the technical equipment you will need. However there will  be small costs such as for stationery and possibly some items such as an SD cards. You will be given more detail about the costs before the course starts.

FAQs

Is there much practical work involved?

Yes - lots of it! You'll be working in groups on practical projects in college and working with your employer when you're on placement.


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T Level
[168 UCAS pts. available]

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