Creative Digital Media Skills Level 2



Step into the captivating world of Creative Digital Media Skills with our Level 2 course at Shipley College. If you have a passion for film, games, television, and music, this is the perfect opportunity for you to unleash your creativity and dive into a variety of exciting digital media fields.

Explore the realms of animation, videography, and graphic production using industry-standard software. From crafting eye-catching posters to creating captivating videos, you'll develop essential skills while utilizing social media to promote local events.

This course is tailored for creative individuals who aspire to build a career within the dynamic creative media industries. Unleash your artistic talents and unlock a world of possibilities. Upon completion, you can progress to thrilling Level 3 courses in Creative Media Practice, Games Design, Art and Design, or even venture into the exhilarating realm of Esports.

Join us at Shipley College and embark on a journey that combines your passion for creativity with the digital world. Your future as a digital media maven begins here!

More about this course

Entry requirements

2 GCSEs at grade 3, to include English. Maths must be at grade 2 or above or a full Level 1 at Pass grade, plus a GCSE grade 3 or above in English. You will attend an interview and further assessment to check if the course is right for you. In addition, you will need to have a positive attitude and a keen interest in creative media production. You will be invited to attend a ‘taster’ session to find out more about the course.

Progression Information

On successful completion of the course, you could progress to a Creative Digital Media Level 3 course, or other Level 3 courses such as Art & Design, Business or Computing. You could also use the skills and experience you have gained to find employment in the Media industry.

Enrolment Type
This Course Meets The Needs Of The Region By
These courses allow students to hone their design, technological and creative skills, and there is a focus regionally on creating the next generation of skilled workers who have strong digital knowledge and an understanding of emerging technologies. The West Yorkshire Local Skills Improvment Plan (LSIP) has set as a priority 'enabling employers and individuals to access the technical skills they need to support growth, transformation and increased productivity in our key sectors' - and two of those identified sectors are Creative Industries and Design & Technology.
Trips And Visits
Students on this course have benefitted from visits to the likes of the National Science and Media Museum - a treasure trove of techie marvels and media magic to provide inspiration - and Bradford Community Radio, where they were able to craft their own radio show.Regular speakers visiting from local industry provide mentoring and contact with the media sector.
Is There Anything Else I Need To Know
We assess learning in ways that mirror the real world of Media. Instead of exams, you'll craft creative concept art, design exciting animations, persuasive presentations, and engaging videos. These assessments immerse you in practical skills valued by industry professionals, ensuring you have the skills and knowledge to progress onto a L3 course or find relevant employment.
A Favourite Moment Of Last Year Was
'Knowing I have had the opportunity to be taught a few things about graphic design from somebody who has worked on my favourite James Bond film is an incredible experience.'' Student quote following guest speaker


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