City & Guilds 1820

Parts 1 & 2

Sound Engineering


Entry requirements: Students will be expected to be able to demonstrate by previous study or experience that they will be capable and motivated to complete the course. A background in science is helpful but not essential. The academic modules will require a good general education.

Recording session Media courses at the College have achieved a good reputation for academic and practical work, including regularly running a radio station, and this course builds on that success. While the BTEC National Diploma in Media provides a broad knowledge of a range of media C & G 1820 concentrates on sound for broadcast, music recording and PA. Areas taught include: editing, mixing, sound effects, multitrack recording, MIDI sequencing, acoustics and basic audio electronics.

City & Guilds 1820 is a nationally recognised vocational qualification which will equip students for work in the Sound Engineering industry.

Contact the College for details of duration and mode of attendance (anticipated to be 1 evening per week for a year for part 1).


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