T Levels are new qualifications that will follow GCSEs and are equivalent to three A Levels.
The T Level Technical Qualification in Media, Broadcast and Production combines classroom theory and practical learning, and are made up of the following: Technical Qualification: the substantial component of your course. Industry placement: of at least 315 hours (approximately 45 days) with an employer to make sure you have authentic experience of the workplace.
The Technical Qualification (TQ) is the main classroom-based element of the T Level.
During your two-year course, you will learn the core knowledge that underpins the sector, and you will also develop occupationally specific skills that will allow you to enter skilled employment within a specific occupation.
At least 4 GCSE’s at grade 4+ including English Language GCSE and maths GCSE.
What you will Learn
The core component will be assessed by two exams and an employer set project. Your choice of occupational specialism will allow you to develop the relevant skills in preparation for your career in the media, broadcast and production sector. The occupational specialism is assessed by a project that is created in conjunction with employers.
Achieving this Technical Qualification will provide several progression options. These could include Skilled employment or Higher Education Degree related programmes: BA Communications, Media and Marketing BA Media Studies BA Media and Communications BA Media Production BA Film and TV production
Like many degree programmes, there are a spectrum of entry requirements for media, broadcast and production; so be prepared to show a portfolio or speak about your experience. When it comes to soft skills, you’ll want to show curiosity, a natural flair with technology, creativity, consistency, patience, and drive.
Achieving this Technical Qualification will provide several progression options. These could include: Skilled employment in: Control, servicing, repair and storage of complex technical equipment. Operating broadcast systems in TV/radio studio, outside broadcast operation and outdoor transmissions. Audio production assistant, broadcast assistant, production management assistant, programme assistant, runner and TV production assistant. Junior content assistant, social media assistant/co-ordinator, and junior media executive.
Occupational specialism – Content Creation and Production The core component provides a broad understanding of the creative industry and covers the following topics: The creative economy The individual in the creative industries Cultural context and vocabulary Audience Legislation/regulations Professionalism and ethics Equality, diversity and inclusion Research skills Project methodology and administration Continued professional development.
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Although every care has been taken to ensure that the information contained within this document is accurate, there may be changes to this programme and provision. We will endeavour to keep prospective and current students updated where appropriate and when the information becomes available.