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The Media Practitioner demonstrates an applied knowledge of media skills. Using these skills, s/he can determine the most suitable tool, communicate a message clearly using appropriate media and create high quality media artefacts.
Issuer:Coventry University
  1. Task 1 Learn a new technical or software skill

    A media professional knows how to use the range of software available to create media artefacts. You need to demonstrate that you have learnt a new technical skill (such as how to record audio or use a camera) or a new software skill (such as audio or video editing software).

    You can submit your evidence in whichever format is most suitable.

  2. Task 2 Communicate professionaly in a media context

    A key part of working in a media profession is communication. Professional communication could involve presenting clearly on camera, clearly communicating information to the rest of your team, clear and concise writing skills, or any form of communication essential to the project done in a professional manner.

    Your evidence could be a reflective written piece or an audio or visual artefact.

  3. Task 3 Produce a high quality media artefact

    Working in media can be a competitive field. In order to stand out you need to create consistent high quality media artefacts.

    You should submit a high quality media artefact demonstrating a proficient and professional use of the various media creation tools available.

  4. Task 4 Reflect on what it means to be a media profesional

    Reflection is a key element of developing professional practice. Your reflection should include what you have learnt about working in the media profession, how you felt your project went, what you might do differently in future, and what experience you have developed over the project duration.

    Submit a written reflection of up to 500 words.

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