Short courses
Media & Communications

Creating Video Content

University Certificate in Professional Development

Does your organisation want to create its own video content for the web, social media and beyond?

Course information

Part-time

  • Flexible

More part-time details

  • Two eight hour days
  • Enrolment date: September
  • Admission enquiries: 01642 342631
  • Fee for UK/EU applicants: £750

Contact details

Further information

Our two-day digital video production course provides you with a digital toolkit and the production skills required to develop, produce and publish your own video and audio content.

Utilising industry-leading video production software, we introduce you to critical camera operation and video and audio production techniques. Taught by industry professionals, you learn how to edit, produce and effectively publish your own video content using a variety of techniques.

You learn with industry-recognised video production hardware and software that is readily available in the marketplace today.



Pre-course content

  • Organisation assessment

Course content

  • Pre-production
  • Camera operation techniques
  • Post-production skills
  • Creative storytelling techniques
  • File delivery formats

Post-Course content

  • Evaluation of organisational needs

How you learn

Teaching is delivered by industry-experienced academics and supported by technical staff.

You undertake a minimum of two hours pre-course preparation, have sixteen hours class time followed by a minimum of two hours post-course work.

How you are assessed

For the assessment you prepare, plan, create and publish appropriate online short video artefacts (typically two-three minutes) aimed at use across social media and online web platforms. You also create a short reflection, which can be in a variety of appropriate formats, (blog, video, presentation) demonstrating an understanding of the application of learned skills to your own businesses.

Entry requirements

Some industry-related experience/current employment preferred.

Health conditions requiring adjustments

For this particular course, you may need to undertake an occupational health or work-based risk assessment check. If you have a disability, specific learning difficulty, mental health condition, autism spectrum condition, sensory impairment or medical condition that may require reasonable adjustments during an external placement, in the university or in a clinical practice area, this must be declared as part of the enrolment process. If you are unsure you can contact the relevant admissions or course tutor for guidance.

Course information

Part-time

  • Flexible

More part-time details

  • Two eight hour days
  • Enrolment date: September
  • Admission enquiries: 01642 342631
  • Fee for UK/EU applicants: £750

Contact details

Further information