The HND Creative Industries: Television course is one of only two HNC/HND courses in Scotland to be awarded the Creative Skillset tick. This is a quality mark indicating those courses, which are best, suited to prepare you for a career in the Creative Industries.
This ensures that the course keeps up with the rapid pace of creative change, and that student’s benefit from using the latest technologies and industry practice throughout their studies.
The ‘HND Creative Industries: Television’ course is a springboard into work in the television and film industry and is taught by experienced professionals, using industry standard equipment and workflows. Teaching materials and equipment are constantly updated, in consultation with industry practitioners, to reflect developments in technology and working practice.
The teaching staff all have extensive industry experience and maintain current links with key industry players. Our part-time staff are all working freelancers.
The course is part of the Skillset Media Network and Creative Loop, these organisations give the students opportunities to gain work experience and employment.
Our students have gone on to work for the national broadcasters, independent production companies, and facilities houses and as freelance operators in both television and film.
This course has been awarded the Creative Skillset Tick. The Tick is a quality mark indicating the courses and apprenticeships best suited to prepare you for a career in the Creative Industries.
For this course to be awarded the Creative Skillset Tick, you can be sure that it has undergone a rigorous assessment process conducted by experts working in the Creative Industries. They only give the Tick to those courses and apprenticeships that have the strongest links with industry.
This ensures that the courses keep up with the rapid pace of creative change, and students benefit from using the latest technologies and working with industry throughout their studies.
28 August 2017
2 Year(s), August to June
For courses starting in August 2017, you can make up to two applications.
Applications are made to a course and a first choice of campus. If the course is oversubscribed at your first choice you will be automatically considered for alternative sites and may be made an offer without a further application.