Improve your digital skills – for free

Advanced Media Production supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government is led by Aberystwyth University. The project is supporting Wales’ creative industries sector by training professionals and graduates to exploit new technologies in media production.

Advanced Media Production is a unique multidisciplinary scheme between Aberystwyth University’s Departments of Computer Science,
Theatre, Film & Television Studies and History & Welsh History.

The Advanced Media Production project aims to provide accredited training to enhance innovation and productivity within Welsh public and private sector industries.

Working in conjunction with Aberystwyth University, we can offer businesses and their employees access to high level training to enable them to become more sustainable and efficient and with a specific focus on new technologies and their potential for increasing growth and jobs.

Training is delivered in an industry-responsive and flexible format enabling students to work via supported distance learning to update their technical knowledge and improve their digital and media skills.

Who is it for?

  • Are you involved in the Creative Industries sector? Or would you like to be?
  • Would you like to update your skills and knowledge so that you can be more innovative in your role and / or gain a postgraduate qualification?
  • Do you have a degree or at least 2 years relevant work experience?
  • Do you live or work in West Wales and the Valleys (this also includes areas of North Wales)?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, then Advanced Media Production is for you!

Modules February 2021

Introduction to Media Production
Programming for Digital Media
Digital Culture
Web Development
Advanced Skills in Media Production
Gender and Media Production
Applied Graphics
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Successful University course helps bridge key digital skills gap!

The Advanced Media Production Programme, run by Aberystwyth University, has seen a significant increase in applications and is currently offered free of charge to eligible organisations. Over eighty students have registered to start the course in October and they will study a variety of modules including Introduction to Media Production, Web Development, Applied Graphics, Digital…

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