Introduction to Creative Industries – AIM Level 1
This is the course to help you discover what you enjoy and are good at. You’ll be introduced to some of Confetti’s specialist subject areas including music technology where you can try your hand at DJing, and games development where you’ll create a computer game. We’ll also help you work to improve your maths and English skills and become an effective communicator. You‘ll develop skills that will help you become job ready and you’ll achieve a Level 1 Diploma. This course is a perfect foundation for you to move onto a Level 2 course in Games, Digital Media, Music Technology and Music Technology & Performance.
Entry requirements and course duration
Duration: 1 year
Ideally, you’ll have achieved a GCSE grade 2 (E) in English and maths. However, if you haven’t, we’ll give you the opportunity to prove you can work at this level
If you move to the next stage of education with us, you’ll retake your GCSE English andmaths with us here at Confetti
As a Confetti student, you will also take part in Confetti’s Industry Week where you’ll meet a range of professionals within your field of interest, as well as other areas of the creative industries.
What you’ll study
You’ll learn the importance of working with others as you and your group work together in a real recording studio. You’ll also write, shoot and edit your own movie trailer. In addition to this, you improve your maths and English skills.
Explore your individual talents as you learn the basics of the creative industries. Discover your creative side by designing a logo using Photoshop and creating and sharing your own music tracks. Learning to work on your own will help you become self-motivated and disciplined. You’ll also develop a CV and sit your English and ICT exams.
Mastering the basics for DJing and computer game design will be the final units needed for you to complete your Level 1 diploma. This term will see you start your GCSEs and complete higher-level projects. Your tutor will help you decide which of our BTEC Level 2 courses are right for you.
Nottingham is the UK’s 4th most creative city. 11,000 people are employed annually.
One in six of all UK graduate roles is now a creative job
The creative industries are worth a whopping £84.1 billion to the UK economy every year.