An introduction to the course
The Creative I Media course teaches creative media skills through the practical use of a variety of different ICT applications. It provides you with the essential knowledge, transferable skills and tools to improve your learning in other subjects with the aims of enhancing employability when you leave education.
This contributes to your personal development and future economic well-being by equipping you with a range of creative media skills providing opportunities to develop desirable, transferable skills such as research, planning, and the ability to work with others, communicating creative concepts effectively. With these skills you will ultimately be creating fit-for-purpose creative media products.
What the course involves and how is it assessed?
The OCR Level 2 Cambridge National Certificate in Creative I Media consists of two mandatory units and two optional units:
There is currently a huge demand for a skilled and digitally literate workforce. Digital media products are used in almost every business and major industry. Digital media plays a key part in many areas of our everyday lives and it is vital to the UK economy that the workforce is equipped with creative, computer literate people.
This course directly links to the BTEC ICT L3 course offered by the school in addition to many other L3 ICT courses.
Required resources/equipment for the course
Ideally a computer with internet connection at home is advantageous but not essential.
Image Editing Software
For further information contact:
Mr Mitson (Head of Computer Science) or your computer science teacher.
To find out more visit the website: https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/cambridge-nationals/creative-imedia-level-1-2-award-certificate-j807-j817/