In 2018, we are partnering with post-16 education provider boomsatsuma to launch an exciting, brand new full-time Media Production Diploma that will be delivered right here at The Bottle Yard Studios.
Applications are now open for the two-year Media Production Diploma course which will begin in September 2018. Open to young people aged 16-19, the course will be taught on site at The Bottle Yard Studios and will consist of real-world creative projects including filmmaking, TV production, photography, events management, animation graphic design, production design, sound design and more.
Alongside these curriculum-facing projects will be a number of extra opportunities that will arise from the unique location of the course at a living and breathing TV and Film facility, including work placements on active productions, behind the scenes set tours and insights, use of facilities and runner positions.
The OCR Cambridge Technicals Extended Diploma in Media is a nationally recognised qualification equivalent to 3 A Levels and worth up to 168 UCAS tariff points.
Paired with a broad experience of varied real-world projects, teamwork, industry insight and potentially even newly garnered professional relationships, the course will equip young people with a range of skills and experience to enable them to choose a career progression route that suits them, whether that be university, an apprenticeship, further training, employment or freelancing.
Applications are invited now, with 20 spaces available on the course.
We’re also pleased to confirm there will be a special drive to recruit students from the area surrounding the Studios. So if you’re aged 16-19 and based in South Bristol, this could be the course for you.
For more information about the course, contact Elliot Lamb, Post-16 Programme Lead, boomsatsuma education – firstname.lastname@example.org / 07895204774.
Visit http://www.boomsatsuma.education/bottleyard to apply now.
The Media Production Diploma at The Bottle Yard Studios is delivered in collaboration with Bristol, UNESCO City of Film.