This vocationally-related qualification takes an engaging, practical and inspiring approach to learning and assessment. It will equip learners with a range of skills and provide opportunities to develop, in context, transferable skills such as research, planning, and review, working with others and communicating creative concepts effectively. The hands on approach has strong relevance to the way young people use the technology required in the modern world.
ICT skills are vital for success in employment and higher education and are among the key transferable skills required by employers. Our Cambridge Nationals in Creative iMedia helps students with different learning styles and abilities to develop these skills. It aims to inspire them and develop practical knowledge and skills that they will find useful in the future.
What pupils will learn
Key Stage 4
|Year 9||R081 – Pre-production skills
|Year 10||R082 – Creating digital graphics
R085 – Creating a multimedia website
|Year 11||R087 – Creating a multimedia promotional product
How pupils’ learning will be assessed
The qualification comprises 4 units of work. 3 of them are based on your coursework in developing, creating and changing images using Photoshop, developing webpages and the use of multimedia techniques to create a product. There are 3 pieces of coursework and one examination, with each unit worth 25% of the final grade.