Film and TV Production Cambridge Technical (CTEC)


What will I learn?

Unit choices cover a range of media and film, including screenplay and script writing; and television and film production. The units can be tailored to your particular interests.

How long will it take to qualify?

You can get a qualification after one year or less; add more units to get a  higher qualification.

How will I be assessed?

Cambridge Technicals are exam-free to suit all learning types.

There is no external assessment, so there is more choice on when students are assessed.

Additional Learning Opportunities

Involves a location shooting trip and/or visits to TV and Film studios.

Who is this course aimed at?

I you are passionate about writing and disappointed that the Creative Writing course is no longer available, then what about the script writing / screenplay / magazine journalism pathway. Or, if you want to get into TV or Film Production, how about making a trailer for a new film or TV show and the producing a short film or a scene for a movie. If you are an alternative arty type, interested more in video and graphics based work than traditional art forms, then a pathway can be made to suit your interests.

What next?

There are a lot of practical and technical skills that are transferable into the job market. At Level 3, there are more UCAS points available to support progression to higher education.

Summary

Level

  • CTEC
  • Other

Get in touch

John Leggott College
West Common Lane
Scunthorpe
North Lincolnshire, DN17 1DS

Tel: +44(0)1724 282998,
​​​​​​​Email: info@leggott.ac.uk

Partners

  • Northern Lincolnshire Education Consortium

Accreditations

  • Sixth Form Colleges Association
  • Ofsted Good Provider