Digital Video Technology

Digital Video Production is a combination of art and technology using digital video equipment and computer programs, like editing, animation and special effects software, to create a story for viewing. The story can be fiction, such as a music video, television show or commercial or real, such as a news report or documentary film.  It’s an exciting field with many job opportunities as production assistants, audio/video equipment technician, video/TV camera operators, video editors, multi-media artists/animators and broadcast technicians.  St Lucie Public Schools Digital Video Production students develop video production skills using software applications, editing equipment and production techniques through hands-on projects that guide toward continuing education, skills competitions and embarking on an exciting career.

Program Offered At
Potential Industry Certifications / Credentials

  • Adobe Certified Professional in Video Design

Areas of Study

  • The Digital Video Production classroom lab includes high-tech computer equipment and software allowing students to complete hands-on lessons and projects.
  • Digital Video student projects include learning skills to plan a production set, create appropriate lighting for locations, operate a video camera, generate audio, operate control room equipment, edit video resources, and generate a production schedule.
  • Students develop communication skills to generate a project proposal and script, shoot studio and location footage, design and generate graphic elements, plan, coordinate and manage a video or webcast production.
  • Classroom projects highlight critical thinking, problem-solving, higher-order reasoning, technical skills, and ethics necessary in digital video careers.

Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO)
Labor Market Information

This program supports students' college and career readiness. Students are college and career ready when they have the knowledge, skills, and academic preparation needed to enroll and succeed in college credit-bearing courses within an associate or bachelor degree program without the need for remediation. Students need these same attributes and levels of achievement to enter and succeed in post-secondary workforce education or to enter a career path offering a living wage and future advancement.