The media and publishing sector has been a growing industry over the past decade due to the impact of new technologies.

Studying Creative Media Production is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the media from both a practical and theoretical standpoint. The courses are designed to provide you with challenges to think creatively and to advance your technical abilities.

You will learn many transferable skills to help you pursue your goals and you will be working towards a challenging and rewarding future career within the media industry and beyond.

The staff at NTPC Group of Colleges have a wealth of knowledge and will support you every step of the way with their expert guidance.

What will I study?

Enrol on a vocational Creative Media course and you will learn to write, direct, shoot, mix and edit films, music videos, advertisements and documentaries using digital cameras and digital editing suites. The written element is mainly through your weekly blog and storyboards.

Film Studies is a detailed study of film as an art form in terms of its visual storytelling. Not only will it change the way you watch film, but more importantly it will challenge you to think in new ways and question or change your perspective on a whole host of issues including representation of race or gender. Studying film allows you to understand important issues and developments within history, society and culture.

What could this lead to?

A Level 3 Diploma, which is the equivalent to 3 A Levels, can take you to university to study higher education subjects such as: animation, television and film production, photography and digital imaging, media studies, video game design, publishing, journalism, advertising and interactive media.

What careers could I aim for?

Employment in the screen industries has grown by over 20% since 2009 and will substantially outpace the economy-wide increase of 3% if the skills shortages in this area are fulfilled. Career paths for students of Creative Media Production may include practical avenues such as Film-Making, Directing, Producing and Editing but the qualification also allows you to move into more theoretical pathways such as Film Criticism, Journalism, Teaching and Education.