Television Production Technology FdSc

We consume TV content every day using laptops, smart phones, and tablets rather than the traditional TV set. Whether it's the latest YouTube sensation, Netflix drama,  cutting edge documentary, global sporting event, or the latest reality TV programme, content is still king.

This innovative new course embraces the ground breaking technology that continues to change our viewing habits and will equip you with the necessary technical skills required to work in the video production process whilst developing a strong portfolio of work. So if you want to be the next Youtuber, Music Video Director, Documentary Filmmaker or you want to produce a big budget online drama then this is the course for you.

This course is taught at Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies in Nottingham.

You will study a broad range of disciplines including:

camera operation

audio and visual post production

documentary production

studio production



audio acquisition.

The course will give you the professional, creative, intellectual and technical skills you will need to work successfully within the global television industry whilst offering a broad range of work based learning opportunities.

Key features

Enhance your employability by developing your Imdb profile with broadcast credits earned working on Notts TV

Gain valuable work experience every week on Notts TV and allow your work to reach a global audience

Learn from world class visiting guest lecturers (past guests have included Shane Meadows, Nick Broomfield and Vicky McClure)

Have your work entered into the prestigious Royal Television Society Awards

Film live sporting events and gigs at some of Nottingham's most prestigious venues helping you develop a world class portfolio of work

Experience television production in different countries with exciting overseas trips

Collaborate on real world projects with your peers and professionals in this exciting and fast moving industry

Deliver content across multiple platforms and devices

Exhibit your final year's work at the Confetti Degree Show and be eligible for a paid internship

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Entry Requirements For This Course

A-levels - DDE; or

BTEC Extended Diploma - MPP; or

64 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications; and

GCSEs - two at grade C, including English and Maths.

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