Foundation T Level Media - Content Creation



Discover your creative potential with Shipley College's Foundation T Level in Media and Content Creation.

If you're passionate about film, games, television, and content creation, this course is your ideal starting point. You'll develop the essential skills necessary to thrive in this fast-paced and dynamic industry, blending research with practical projects.

Delve into animation, videography, and graphic production using industry-standard software. Create captivating posters, videos, and use social media for local event promotion.

Become a Content Creator: Discover editing secrets, filming techniques, and storytelling strategies to keep your audience hooked.

Build Your Brand: Develop a unique voice and grow your own online presence to help you stand out from the crowd.

Master the Platforms: Learn the ins and outs of YouTube, TikTok, Instagram and beyond, crafting content that gets likes, shares, and subscribers.

Unlock your creative future with Shipley College. Enrol today and step into the world of media.</p>

More about this course

Entry requirements
3 GCSEs at grade 3, to include English. Maths must be at grade 2 or above. 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 or content creation. You will be invited to attend a ‘taster’ session to find out more about the course.
Progression Information
This course paves the way for progression to a Level 3 T Level or alternative vocational options, followed by higher education or employment in roles such as media, broadcasting, production, photography, editing, journalism, animation and marketing.
Enrolment Type
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.


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