This course is for you if you want to develop your Media Production skills and join the world of content creation. Whether you’re looking to take your radio shows, vlogging, podcasting, or livestreaming skills to the next level or if you want to become expert at working with clients to produce engaging content then this course will help you do that in our state-of-the-art facilities. This course will further develop the knowledge and skills from the HNC Media & Communications course giving you; a more advanced look at presenting, advanced production, and editing, You'll be very well placed to pursue either a rewarding career or the next step into Higher Education at University.

You will acquire a broad range of knowledge and skills for successful employment in Media and Communication careers in the Creative Industries  Working on your own and working with others you will interpret briefs, create content and deliver/ present finished products.

  • Planning, pitching and delivering to client briefs
  • Audio and visual content creation
  • Editing, remixing and format production
  • Research, Analysis and Report Writing/Presentation skills
  • Team-work
  • Problem solving

One year full time, normally 2 or 3 days attendance.

You will develop your production and analysis skills in general media and communication subjects that include:

  • Promoting and pitching
  • Social media
  • Communication theory
  • Research skills
  • Oral presentation
  • Editing and proofreading text
  • Interviewing skills
  • Writing for the media
  • Media law

You will need an HNC in Media and Communications with 15 Credits achieved.

BA/ BSc. degrees. at e.g. University of Sunderland, Robert Gordon University, Queen Margaret University

Social Media Manager

Multimedia Content Producer
Digital Media Assistant
Copywriter/ Researcher 
Production Assistant/Runner
Marketing/Communications Assistant
PR officer/Press Officer
Journalist/Script writer
Events Production
Edit Assistant/Camera Assistant
Music promoter/Radio Plugger

You will be provided with all the software and hardware resources you need whilst on campus

You may be required to take part in an informal conversation as part of the application process. This group/ individual conversation may be an information session, a portfolio discussion, or a skills-based exercise.