If you enjoy coding, are creative, willing to experiment and driven by the value that technology can add to our lives this is the programme for you.
The infrastructure of our world starts here. Coding, Computing and Creative Technologies places will immerse you in 21st century tech and unleash your creative potential to design and innovate.
This course will give you an in-depth grounding in coding and computing, encouraging you to utilise these core skills to develop creative technology and experiment with the digital world around you. Your work may be a solution based response to a brief, it could be driven by your desire to innovate and change the way we do things or about your passion for communicating ideas and engaging others through use of technology for work and art.
Our expert team will coach and support you to find direction for your work and passion for computers in the context of how we work, communicate and relate to each other through their use.
You will immerse yourself in contemporary digital media skills such as coding in Java and C# to create dynamic and exciting interactive content. Grounded in creativity, you will develop your coding and computer literacy to create systems and live stream digital products and events using contemporary software and 21st century methods.
As well as being encouraged to play, create and experiment with a variety of software and hardware you will gain foundational knowledge and understanding of the ongoing evolution of computing technology information management systems and data analysis in the 21st century.
A part of the course will deepen awareness of the impact of media messages and you will spend time discussing and analysing elements of culture, and context.
Course times TBC
Refunds are not available on this booking. Start dates may be amended on request.
As this is an online plus course, the practical aspects of the different units will delivered at the Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries whilst adhering to social distancing guidelines. Theoretical content, as well as group and individual tutorials will be delivered online using Microsoft Teams.
course materials (project briefs, background notes, handouts, YouTube videos, links<br>to content etc.) will be available online and accessible via our Virtual Learning<br>Environment, Google Classroom.
Your progress towards achieving the learning outcomes will be reviewed regularly.<br>
Throughout the course you will be greatly encouraged and entirely supported to reach your full potential with constructive feedback provided by your tutor.
At the end of your studies you will have the opportunity to exhibit a body of your creative work at an exhibition.
Assessment Methods: Achievement on the course will be measured by completion of projects, course units and each year’s respective ‘final major project’. Your progress towards achieving the learning outcomes will be reviewed throughout the course. At the start of the program you will have the opportunity to discuss your personal and professional ambitions and goals with your tutor and set your own targets linked to your intended pathway.
In order to ensure you make the best possible progress on your course, you will receive regular constructive and supportive feedback from your tutors, with indicative grading clearly communicated to you throughout the 2-year study program.
70 weeks (flexible times to suit)
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70 weeks (flexible times to suit)
Next available date
6th September 2021