Media - Games Design




Launching for first teaching September 2016

Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Digital Media qualifications will allow our students to achieve their potential and progress to the next stage of their lives, whether it be Higher Education, an apprenticeship or employment


The Cambridge Technicals in Digital Media have been developed to meet the changing needs of the sector, and prepare your students for the challenges they’ll face in Higher Education or employment. Designed in collaboration with experts spanning the breadth of the sector, the Cambridge Technicals in Digital Media focuses on the skills, knowledge and understanding that today’s universities and employers demand. Your students will apply practical skills and knowledge in preparation for further study or the workplace

Students will develop professional and social skills through interaction with performers, clients and peers; as well as theoretical and technical knowledge and understanding to underpin these skills. This will allow their creativity and flair to be harnessed in the design and production of media products used within the industry. Students will develop conceptual ideas, and visualise these all the way through the production cycle; from planning and pre-production right through to editing, post-production and presentation of products. They’ll also learn how to analyse target audience requirements, research market demand and bring a media concept alive working in line with legal and regulatory requirements, in a safe and effective way, protecting themselves and those they’re working with from injury or harm

Students will also gain an understanding of how different businesses and organisations in the media sector work. When it comes to progression or employment, your students will understand the variety of opportunities available to them, and the roles and responsibilities of media businesses and organisations within the sector. This will make sure your students develop clear ideas about where they might like to take their career and what progression routes they’d like to follow

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