Price: £1500.00 (£0.00 concessionary fee, £4500.00 non-EU)
Start Date: 16/01/2013
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Weekdays/Time: Wed (09:30 to 16:00), Thu (09:30 to 17:00), Fri (12:30 to 15:00)
Number of Weeks: 24
Tutor Approval Required? Yes – You will be required to show evidence of relevant skills either by bringing your certificates or doing an initial assessment task. You will also need a successful interview with the tutor before you are accepted on to the course. Please complete the expression of interest form (or our alternative form for learners aged 16-18) and e-mail this to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information or enquiries please contact 020 8843 7921.
The Access to Multimedia course is a full-time programme for students who wish to develop the skills in the exciting field of Multimedia to improve work prospects or for their own business. The course is taught in a purpose-built Multimedia suite where we use professional-standard software and multimedia hardware and the latest Intel I-Macs.
You should have a grade C or above at GCSE English. You will be interviewed to assess whether the course is appropriate for you. Computer literacy and good keyboard skills are essential.
Access courses are designed for 18 plus learners.
Your course will cover: Website Authoring and Development Website Graphics Digital Imaging Desktop Publishing 3D Modeling and Animation 2D Vector Animation Video Research Project Building a Portfolio Study Skills: essay writing, research skills, improving your web and ICT skills, working as a team, applying for university/job. Technical Skills and technologies developed on the course include Adobe Web Premium Suite v5.0: Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Flash CS5, Indesign, Illustrator Final Cut Pro 3D Studio Max The course combines practical exercises and theory. You will learn through practical demonstration, formal instruction and individual tuition. A tutorial system helps you with your work and planning. You will also build a creative portfolio to take with you to your next institution.
Assessment for each unit will be through in-class observation of practical work, and submission of written coursework. Each unit passed will be graded Pass, Merit or Distinction
If you require further course information or advice & guidance that is not answered in this outline, please email email@example.com You can also make an appointment for further information or tutor approval on our Information Days: Info Days If you would like general information about the college, for example, fees & finance, funding, term dates or opening times please email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in to our main reception area at either site.
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Coursework folder with pockets for handouts etc. Pen and paper, notebook and memory stick
Regular attendance (minimum 90%) is needed to ensure that you are able to cover all of the course content and assessment successfully. If you miss four or more sessions without notifying the college you will automatically be withdrawn from the course.
You can progress to Higher Education courses in Multimedia or related fields at university level, or to a career in multimedia. You could also move on to a Foundation degree in IT for E-Business at RACC. (Multimedia/Web Specialist). You can also look to apply for work or further training in related fields of multimedia such as Animation, Web Design, Video editing, 3D , Desktop publishing , interactive media and publishing
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How much homework will I need to do outside of class? You will need plenty of time outside the course to keep up to date with your coursework. At least an extra free day per week is recommended. What will happen if I miss a class? If you miss a class your coursework will suffer. If you miss four consecutive classes without notifying RACC you will automatically be withdrawn from the course. When will the exams take place? There are no exams. You will be continuously assessed based on your in-class and submitted work, and your marked work will be externally verified by OCN towards the end of the course. Do I need any special equipment? A memory stick to save your work is essential. It is useful to have access both to the internet and to the software outside the class so that you can practise what you have learned in class. Is there any tutorial support? A tutorial system helps you with your work and planning.
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