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  • 1. BTEC Creative Media Production Certificate Taster Day
  • 2. BTEC Creative Media Certificate • Equivalent of 1 AS Level • Print based media qualification • 4 different units to be completed through the year • Option to continue as a subsidiary diploma the following year (equivalent of a full A Level) This BTEC Level 3 Certificate has to be studied as part of an A- Level programme, alongside 3 other subjects. Please do not apply for this course by itself.
  • 3. Print Based Media Year One is essentially learning about planning media production, developing media communication skills, learning DSLR photography in depth and magazine design. • Unit 1: Pre-Production Techniques for the Creative Media Industries. • Unit 2: Communication Skills for Creative Media Production. • Unit 51: Page Layout and Design • Unit 57: Photography and learning Photographic Practice.
  • 4. Print Based Media • This course develops your research and investigative skills to report on news and cultural events. • Learn about journalism and how to communicate effectively through a range of print media. • Design page layouts for print based and digital products, discover how to create and edit text to meet a brief. • Learn how to develop your photography skills to meet a live brief from a company outside of college. • Learn how to manage your production work, develop your ideas and pitch your proposals.
  • 5. What types of Print based media are there?
  • 6. Examples of Print based media
  • 7. Student Examples of magazine covers
  • 8. Student Examples of Film Posters
  • 9. Your Task • Follow this video tutorial step by step to make your own magazine front cover: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gez3Rr5PvdU
  • 10. Study Visits Possible study visits include a trip to Nuneaton Newspapers and BBC Coventry and Warwickshire.
  • 11. Course Costs • Trips to cost as and when. • Minimal costs involved to purchase existing media texts (less than £5 to purchase magazine and news texts). • Students may want to purchase a DSLR camera although this is not essential as they are available to borrow from college. • Students may want to purchase Adobe Creative Suite software although this is not essential as this is available across college on all computers.
  • 12. What Other Subjects Can I Study With This Course? This course goes well with… • English Language and/or Literature • Art • Photography • Film studies • Media
  • 13. What can I do after I finish this course? You could progress from this course to study or work in the following fields: • Journalism • creative media production • Graphics • print and media technologies • public relations • marketing

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