Join the Global Academy Sixth Form and study our unique industry-focused Content Production Course.
As well as studying for a much-coveted UAL Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology, during your two years at Global Academy – you could cover the following skills and knowledge:
Social Media video and audio production
Video and audio editing
Research, planning, production
Reflection and evaluation
The type of projects which you’ll do during the course could include:
Making a podcast or radio show
Edit a YouTube show/channel
Creating content for our in house production company
Making a web documentary
Audio imaging and production
Branded content for an advertiser
Making a showreel or demo
What qualification will I get?
Students taking this course will receive a UAL Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology qualification which is equivalent to 3.5 A Levels. The course offers up to 168 UCAS Points.
The UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology has been designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to access and progress to degree-level study and employment in the media production sector. Our partnership with the University of the Arts, London (UAL) and employer partners like Global– enables us to offer a rigorous and challenging curriculum that kick starts the career of young people whatever their background or experience.
What partners are involved in this course?
You will work closely with our media partners such as Global, ITV, Sky and TikTok as well as some of London’s best independent production companies as well as the University of Arts: London College of Communication.
Where could this course take me?
This route is for students looking to pursue a specialist career in the creative industries. The qualification provides students with the necessary industry-relevant skills, knowledge, and understanding to access appropriate entry-level roles, training programmes or apprenticeships in the media production sectors of the media or apply for progression to related higher education courses.
Where roles could this course lead to?
The type of jobs that this course could lead to include Broadcast Assistants, Producers, Editors, Production Co-Ordinators or Media Production Higher Ed courses such as Media Communications, Content Production, Radio and TV Production, Television and Live Events Production, Sound Arts, Screen Studies, Journalism
What are the entry requirements for this course?
To be considered for this course – you will need to achieve 5 GCSEs at 4 or above as well as demonstrate a passion, dedication and interest in the creative industry during your interview.