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Module Code: COM301TC
Module Title: Commercial Project Design and Realisation
Module Level: Level 3
Module Credits: 15.00
Academic Year: 2022/23
Semester: ACYR
Originating Department: School of Cultural Technology
Pre-requisites: N/A
This module is designed to allow the student to:

Negotiate a senior role within a major piece of project work and cement their knowledge of their craft by working toward the completion of a project based within the entertainment industries.

Manage advanced safe and healthy practices.

Reflect on their role within the project and offer a clear and concise evaluation of their skills.

Research and evidence a developed understanding of their craft skills.
Learning outcomes 
A. Demonstrate a professional level of technical competence in a specialist area to realise a short project.

B. Demonstrate the ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively in a prominent role within a project based environment.

C. Deliver an advanced level of creative output in a specialist role to allow the completion of a project.

D. Critically evaluate practice by placing it in a reflective, historical and conceptual framework.
Method of teaching and learning 
The teaching sessions are divided into a number of components.

A series of lectures will provide the provide the historical and conceptual background to understand the project parameters

The practical workshops will focus on practical techniques and grammar from a professional discipline stand point, effective team management within a project environment and advanced application of skills within practical exercises and project tests.

Seminars will focus on reviewing work in progress.
Typically, the syllabus for this module will include the following:

Planning and management techniques for short technology projects

The role of the HoD

Budget and scheduling: planning and management

PerformanceEquipment testing and hires



Planning and rehearsal

The role of art department and props within a technological context

Legal issues, compliance and protection of IP

Paperwork completion and auditing


Publicity and promotion

The creative entrepreneur

NB During the second half of the semester students will undertake directed study using the time to develop and produce their major project. Lecturers will mentor students in tutorials and by appointment. This will take up the majority of the student’s time during their final year of study.
Delivery Hours  
Lectures Seminars Tutorials Lab/Prcaticals Fieldwork / Placement Other(Private study) Total


Sequence Method % of Final Mark
1 Mediated Project 70.00
2 Reflexive Essay 30.00

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