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Who is this course for?
Are you curious?
Are you wanting to have the skills employers are looking for?
Are you keen about using computer for a creative product?
If you answered “Yes” to any question, then Creative I-Media is the course for you.
Many of the skills developed in Creative I-Media are transferable to a wide range of career paths. They include the ability to analyse, explain, evaluate, plan and communicate in visual, verbal or written form with others. Creative I Media will enable students to explore the digital media world and could lead on to any number of specialist courses, degrees or careers. These include Photography, Graphic Design, Video or Audio Technology, and Character Design.
What is the course about?
You will develop a range of skills, including how to carry out relevant research, analysis and evaluation, production planning and working to a client brief. In addition, you will learn the basic skills needed to use the following computer software packages: Power Point, Adobe Photoshop, Windows Movie Maker, Inkscape.
How will I be assessed and what will I be studying?
This is an e-portfolio diploma course with 5 individual units, which are assessed online after the completion of each unit. Grades are awarded at Level 1 and 2 in the form of a Pass, merit, Distinction or Distinction*, depending on the marks achieved in each unit. You will learn a variety of Creative I-Media skills through the completion of 5 individual units of study. These include the following:
2 Mandatory Units R081 – Pre production skills (exam) R082 – Creating digital graphics
6 Optional Units R083 – Creating 2D and 3D digital characters R089 – Creating a digital video sequence R090 – Digital Photography
Useful websites/further reading:
OCR Creative I-media homepage