National Certificate: Film & Television Production                                          Accreditation by MICT Seta

 

The purpose of the qualification is to ensure specialist competence in all the disciplines related to film and television production, including camera, lighting, vision control, vision mixing, editing, recording, sound and captioning competence, with the elective component allowing for this specialisation. Although qualifying learners are not able to make creative choices, they are capable of working under direction, and to specification, making suggestions to those with creative decision making powers. 

The qualification addresses competence for studio and outside broadcasts and film and television production, and single and multi-camera productions. There is a need for qualified learners who can work independently according to a given brief, which they often contribute to, without hands-on operational supervision. 

Qualified learners can enhance film and television products through creativity, quality control, suggestions (e.g. regarding shots) and understanding the effect of their decisions on other people in film and television production process. They are capable of complex tasks within their specific contexts, and can make critical decisions in strenuous environment. They can critically evaluate their own area of responsibility within the context of the full process, and can identify problem areas. They understand their role in the overall context and the industry. They can operate the full functionality of equipment/machines, and can do this for a range of equipment/machines. Qualified learners apply their own methods and understand their area sufficiently to contribute to others. 

 

 

  • Organising and managing information about film or television production activities according to specified requirements.

  • Determining film or television resource requirements for specific production processes.

  • Planning film or television production activities to meet given requirements.

  • Assessing film or television production processes against given quality requirements.

  • Implementing film or television production processes as directed within an area of specialisation.

  • Controlling film or television operations according to specified business principles. 

 

This qualification consits of the following unit standards:

 

Core 119510 Apply fundamental concepts, theories and related values of a selected subject area 

Core 15237 Build teams to meet set goals and objectives 

Core 120380 Evaluate and improve the project team's performance 

Core 243962 Explain aesthetic and technical elements of productions 

Core 115823 Gather and manage information for decision-making 

Core 15233 Harness diversity and build on strengths of a diverse working environment 

Core 15226 Implement systems to meet the flow of information in a team, department or division 

Core 114226 Interpret and manage conflicts within the workplace 

Core 243979 Interpret film or television production specifications 

Core 15230 Monitor team members and measure effectiveness of performance 

Core 10147 Supervise a project team of a technical project to deliver project objectives 

Core 120378 Support the project environment and activities to deliver project objectives 

Fundamental 115792 Access, process, adapt and use data from a wide range of texts 

Fundamental 115791 Use language and communication strategies for vocational and occupational learning 

Elective 12611 Commission a television program

Elective 12613 Oversee the production of a commissioned television program

Elective 114736 Record business financial transactions

Elective 243973 Edit picture and sound to specification,

Elective 114736 Record business financial transactions

Elective 114518 Co-ordinate the use of equipment, material and tools, Level 5, 15 Credits. 

Elective 114736 Record business financial transactions

Elective 114518 Co-ordinate the use of equipment, material and tools

Elective 243964 Monitor and control studio lighting

Elective 119903 Analyze and synthesize spatial information from maps and other forms of spatial information

Elective 115591 Explain and apply environmental legal principles, rights, duties and responsibilities to a specific work context

Elective 13486 Research an event

Elective 114736 Record business financial transactions

Elective 243961 Prepare for film and television productions

Elective 243963 Schedule and monitor film and television production resources

Elective 114518 Co-ordinate the use of equipment, material and tools 

Elective 243971 Write scripts for an audio and/or visual medium  

Elective 117539 Assess the quality of text

Elective 117241 Develop a business plan for a small business

Elective 114583 Develop, implement and evaluate a marketing strategy for a new venture

Elective 243968 Create audio and/or visual content outputs

Elective 243973 Edit picture and sound to specification

Elective 114525 Mix sound in a monitored environment

Elective 114523 Record sound in a monitored environment

Elective 243966 Film multiple actions and characters

Elective 114518 Co-ordinate the use of equipment, material and tools

Elective 243976 Vision control television productions

Elective 114518 Co-ordinate the use of equipment, material and tools

Elective 12602 Vision mix a television production

Elective 114518 Co-ordinate the use of equipment, material and tools

 

 

The duration to completion is one year.  Lectures are held three days a week followed by hands-on practicals in the studios. Students that complete the course succesfully will be awared the National Certificate: Film and Television Production

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