Digital Video Technology
Length 900 Hours Admissions Contact Nancy Randolph firstname.lastname@example.org Course Information B. Copeland - 727-893-2500 ext. 2585 Flyer Download Program Costs Download
Mission: The mission of this program is to prepare students for employment in the digital video production industry to include but not limited to:
- Broadcast and cable stations and networks
- Government and education communications
- Corporate marketing, sales, training and communications
- Private video, web and multimedia production and presentation companies
- And other emerging technology companies
Students will learn about the digital video production industry while mastering the operations of all aspects of studio and field equipment and workflows.
Program K100400 consists of a planned sequence of courses.
Digital Videography - Course RTV0015 (450 hours) – Students will learn the fundamentals of digital video which provides the basis for future and ever-changing technologies. The many different types of audio and video and their purposes will be emphasized.
Digital Audio-Video Technology - Course RTV0016 (300 hours) – Students will demonstrate the ability to execute the steps in the digital video pre-production process, complete the digital video production process, record, mix and edit audio resources and create appropriate lighting for location and/or set productions.
Digital Video Direction and Production - Course RTV0017 (150 hours) – Students will develop interviewing skills, pan, coordinate and manage a video or webcast production and demonstrate the knowledge of the marketing and distribution phase of digital video production.
Distance Education: Possible Hybrid format
Minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirement: 70%
Minimum Attendance Requirement: 70%
Basic Skills Entrance/Exit Requirements: Student's competency in reading, math, and language is pre-assessed using the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE). Required basic skills grade levels are: Reading-9, Math-9, and Language-9.