Creative Media Production & Technology Level 2

If you have a keen interest in the media and like working practically, this course will help you learn and develop a range of media production skills. We'll teach you about video production, photography, and design while giving you an insight into the media industry.




Level 2

Course Type

16 +


Options Course Code Starts Ends
apply 60034 09/09/24 04/07/25

What will I study?

This exciting Level 2 course is the perfect introduction to the world of media. This course is ideal if you are considering progression into the creative industries and you're practically minded.

Throughout the course, you will learn and develop various media production skills such as video production, photography and design. You will learn about how media industries work and how to analyse professional media products. The course content is based on completing projects and writing up your research and own findings.

What previous qualifications or experience do I need?

Minimum four grade 3-9 at GCSE or successful completion of the Level 1 course, and English and/or maths at grade 3.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed based on your coursework, which runs right through the year, and the completion of a final year media project. Your work will be externally assessed at the end of the academic year by the UAL awarding body.

What qualification will I achieve?

Once you have completed this course, you will achieve a Level 2 UAL Creative Media Production & Technology Diploma.

What can I do after completing this course?

Once you have finished this course, you can progress to the Level 3 course. Or you might like to explore other creative Level 3 subjects such as Art & Design, Performing Arts, or Computing and Digital.

Are there any extra costs?

There are no extra costs for this course. However, there will be trips and visits arranged during the academic year that will incur travel and entry, usually no more than £30.

Additional Info

This is a really great course, and you will benefit from visiting lecturers, including local, regional, and national media professionals. To get the most out of your learning, we recommend that you undertake around six hours of home study per week and a minimum of 4 hours of independent study at the college in addition to your timetabled sessions.