Arts and Media
This course is designed for young people aged 16-18 who already have a grade C+ GCSE in English and maths. You will develop your English and maths skills at level 3 and employability skills, as part of your study programme.

CNWL in partnership with the training division of the Press Association (the UK’s national news and media agency and leading multi-platform contents solution provider across web, mobile, broadcast and print), are providing you an exciting learning experience.

This innovative project, which is unique to CNWL, will provide you with a stimulating and creative learning experience. You will spend one day a week (Wednesdays) in the new digital media area following a programme of project-based learning that will allow you to develop English, maths, data, technology and social media skills, as well as wider skills that are required by business and industry and for any form of enterprise. This programme offers opportunities outside the classroom for continuous independent learning, self-discovery, and evaluation and reflection of progression. There will be master classes each term from industry experts and external speakers to gain cross industry insights.

By the end of the year you will have achieved the following:

* Development of maths skills at level 3
* Development of English skills at level 3
* Employability & Enterprise skills
* Digital media skills
* An enhanced CV
* Certification
(Note: name was Extended Diploma In Creative Media Production (QCF): Level 3)
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90 Credit Diploma in Creative Digital Media Production (QCF): Level 3
The Edexcel BTEC Level 3 180-credit Extended Diploma in Art & Design Graphics is a 180-credit qualification that consists of Five mandatory units plus optional & Specialist units that provide for a combined total of 180 credits.
The aim of our course is to provide practical experience of different, yet related, art, design and graphic practices for career progression in any of the graphics industries including photography, animation and advertising.
All the credits and grades from your 90 Credit or Subsidiary Diploma will go towards the overall 180 credits.