NQ Television

The NQ Television  course is a practical, skills-based course offering the opportunities to work as part of a production team creating television documentaries, adverts, short dramas and online programming. It also provides training in the production of high-quality, imaginative stills photography.

The course focuses on the essential skills necessary to work in the TV and film industries. These include pre-production,camera operation, sound recording, lighting and editing.

Taught to industry standards by an experienced team of television professionals this is an ideal introduction to the world of TV and film production.

The course includes Higher Photography, which covers Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera techniques and an introduction to Photoshop. It also fully explores the links between the still and moving image. A final personal project allows the student to develop their skills to a high level of professionalism.

Course content

  • lighting
  • sound
  • camera skills
  • pre-production paperwork
  • editing
  • photography
  • digital imaging

Entry requirements (minimum)

  • two Standard Grades at Credit level - preferably one of which should be English; OR
  • two National 5 qualifications - preferably one of which should be English; OR
  • Previous relevant experience
Selection Process Infomation

Progression routes

  • HND Creative Industries: Television
  • HND Creative Industries: Media and Communication
  • HND Creative Industries: Journalism
  • University

SCQF level

6

Start date

28 August 2017

Duration

1 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.

 
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