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PROSPECTUS 2017

FdA TV Production

FdA TV Production

Wantto work in TV? As part of ESTV, your work will be showcased through livebriefs, a feature production, and Estuary TV!

 
 
 
 
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About the FdA TV Production programme

The FdA in TV Production has been uniquely developed to bridge the gap between academic studies and the entrepreneurial, technical and creative skills that the industry increasingly wants from graduates.

All course modules have been developed with employability in mind, and you will spend time working as part of the production staff with Estuary TV – the longest running local TV station in the UK. You will design and create title sequences for TV Programmes, spend time creating and producing your own programming, and ultimately work alongside actors producing a full length drama in the second year.
These ultimately allow you to develop a portfolio and the contacts that will help you directly access the industry on successful completion of the course.
Don’t just study TV… be part of it!

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Annual Salary
£16,000
Entry Salary
£25,000
Mid Range Salary
£35,000
High End Salary
Males & Females Employed
39%
61%
24%

Entry requirements

Standard entry requirement for the degree will be 80 UCAS points, with a minimum of grade ‘C’ in both GCSE Maths & English. This equates to MMP at Btec National Diploma level, grades CCD at ‘A’ Level, and on the Diploma Foundation Studies (Art, Design & Media) this is equal to a Merit.

However, in line with the widening participation brief and lifelong learning strategy, the Institute will also encourage applications from non-traditional learners who lack formal academic qualifications. All such non-traditional applicants will be interviewed, set an appropriate piece of work (an academic text and a practical task depending on their skill level) and a judgement made taking into account their academic potential and relevant experience.

What you will learn

Year 1 (Level 4) - Certificate Stage

In your first year, you will build a solid base of practical skills and theory, that will help underpin all your studies.
  • Introductory Skills in the Workplace
  • Skills for Study and Employability
  • History of Broadcasting
  • Introduction to TV Production
  • Motion Graphics
  • Content Creation with a Client
Year 2 (Level 5) - Foundation Degree Stage

In your second year, you will expand and test your skills to a higher standard, ensuring that you are ready to enter the industry.
  • The Digital Society
  • Advanced Skills in the Workplace
  • Advanced TV Production
  • TV Production Management
  • Feature Length Production
  • Getting into the Industry

What Next

The aim of the programme is to give each member of the cohort the requisite skills to enter the television or film industry at the ‘lower’ levels (e.g. production assistant/ researcher/ runner), consistent with accepted routes of entry into the industry.

For those who wish to, there will be an optional ‘top up’ year (subject to validation), to extend your studies to an honours degree in TV Production.

Programme Benefits

2-year course working with industry professionals.
At the end of the 2nd year, using the contacts that you have developed over the 2 years, you could progress directly into the TV industry.
Access to broadcast standard equipment.
Work alongside Estuary TV (The longest running Local TV station in the UK). Your work will be seen by up to 400,000 viewers in the Humber and Lincolnshire region.
The course has been designed with employability in mind – you will be building a comprehensive portfolio of work, allowing you to develop both practical and academic skills at the same time.Increase your chances of employment by having the skills that the employers are asking for.


Learning & Teaching Methods

Students will be expected to attend two days a week, with a following day working on placement. They will also need time for self-directed study and assessment completion, which can be done at home or at university to suit individuals’ preferences.

All course modules have been developed with employability in mind, and you will spend time working as part of the production staff with Estuary TV – the longest running local TV station in the UK. Your work will form part of their programming, gaining you valuable experience of working in a busy production environment that is then broadcast via Freeview to over 400,000 homes.

Over the course of the 2 years you will develop entrepreneurial, technical and creative skills through working on live briefs, attending lectures, and producing your own content, thereby allowing you to develop a portfolio and the contacts that will help you directly access the industry on successful completion of the course.




More information

UCAS Code:PP31
Credit Level:5
Credit value:240
Course start date: September
Course duration: 2 years full time
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FdA TV Production

Your programme

About the FdA TV Production programme

The FdA in TV Production has been uniquely developed to bridge the gap between academic studies and the entrepreneurial, technical and creative skills that the industry increasingly wants from graduates.

All course modules have been developed with employability in mind, and you will spend time working as part of the production staff with Estuary TV – the longest running local TV station in the UK. You will design and create title sequences for TV Programmes, spend time creating and producing your own programming, and ultimately work alongside actors producing a full length drama in the second year.
These ultimately allow you to develop a portfolio and the contacts that will help you directly access the industry on successful completion of the course.
Don’t just study TV… be part of it!

All course modules have been developed with employability in mind, and you will spend time working as part of the production staff with Estuary TV – the longest running local TV station in the UK. You will design and create title sequences for TV programmes, spend time creating and producing your own programming, and ultimately work alongside actors producing a full length drama in the second year.

These ultimately allow you to develop a portfolio and the contacts that will help you directly access the industry on successful completion of the course.

Don’t just study TV… be part of it!
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Programme Benefits

2-year course working with industry professionals.
At the end of the 2nd year, using the contacts that you have developed over the 2 years, you could progress directly into the TV industry.
Access to broadcast standard equipment.
Work alongside Estuary TV (The longest running Local TV station in the UK). Your work will be seen by up to 400,000 viewers in the Humber and Lincolnshire region.
The course has been designed with employability in mind – you will be building a comprehensive portfolio of work, allowing you to develop both practical and academic skills at the same time.Increase your chances of employment by having the skills that the employers are asking for.

Entry requirements

Standard entry requirement for the degree will be 80 UCAS points, with a minimum of grade ‘C’ in both GCSE Maths & English. This equates to MMP at Btec National Diploma level, grades CCD at ‘A’ Level, and on the Diploma Foundation Studies (Art, Design & Media) this is equal to a Merit.

However, in line with the widening participation brief and lifelong learning strategy, the Institute will also encourage applications from non-traditional learners who lack formal academic qualifications. All such non-traditional applicants will be interviewed, set an appropriate piece of work (an academic text and a practical task depending on their skill level) and a judgement made taking into account their academic potential and relevant experience.

What you will learn

Year 1

Year 1 (Level 4) - Certificate Stage

In your first year, you will build a solid base of practical skills and theory, that will help underpin all your studies.

Year 2

Year 2 (Level 5) - Foundation Degree Stage

In your second year, you will expand and test your skills to a higher standard, ensuring that you are ready to enter the industry.

Learning & Teaching Methods

Students will be expected to attend two days a week, with a following day working on placement. They will also need time for self-directed study and assessment completion, which can be done at home or at university to suit individuals’ preferences.

All course modules have been developed with employability in mind, and you will spend time working as part of the production staff with Estuary TV – the longest running local TV station in the UK. Your work will form part of their programming, gaining you valuable experience of working in a busy production environment that is then broadcast via Freeview to over 400,000 homes.

Over the course of the 2 years you will develop entrepreneurial, technical and creative skills through working on live briefs, attending lectures, and producing your own content, thereby allowing you to develop a portfolio and the contacts that will help you directly access the industry on successful completion of the course.

More information

UCAS Code:PP31
Credit Level:5
Credit value:240
Course start date: September
Course duration: 2 years full time

What Next

The aim of the programme is to give each member of the cohort the requisite skills to enter the television or film industry at the ‘lower’ levels (e.g. production assistant/ researcher/ runner), consistent with accepted routes of entry into the industry.

For those who wish to, there will be an optional ‘top up’ year (subject to validation), to extend your studies to an honours degree in TV Production.

What to do next?

Interested in this course? contact us on 0800 328 3631 or headmissions@grimsby.ac.uk.

Not sure? why not visit us at our next open event, they are a great way to find out about what we have to offer so come along and have a chat with the tutors and see what courses are available.

Our next open event/s will be:

Saturday
13th May
 10am - 1pm


Equality & Diversity

All of our activities in relation to teaching, safeguarding, training, recruitment, retention and progression are core business areas where we must be mindful of the diverse needs of those we work with. Although the law no longer requires public sector organisations to produce equality schemes, the Grimsby Institute Group has produced an Equality Statement, which is more than mere words, but a statement of our intent.

This statement underpinned by declarations from the leaders of the Grimsby Institute Group include many actions we believe will proactively eliminate all forms of discrimination where they exist and prevent them from occurring in the first instance.

Equality Intent turning into equality action is the future ethos and philosophy of the Grimsby Institute Group and as the principal lead for Equality, Diversity Inclusion & Human Rights the Grimsby Institute Group will demonstrate this commitment in all that they do.


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