If so what would you like? I am a Media technician and have helped our media department find ways of teaching the practical BTEC courses. I am considering putting together resource books with schemes of work we have devised and teaching notes pointing out the traps to avoid and such things for the BTEC Media modules. From my experience media is generally being taught by very keen and eager and lovely English teachers who have limited practical experience. (this is not always the case but media specialists are still quite rare, as are technicians I believe.) I have a quite a bit of media experience (I am still young!) and have been working with kids since I was one! Would anyone find this useful and if so what would you like it to include? How to cover all the content and grading criteria would obviously be included. Would advise on equipment and software be useful, and advise on what to consider when starting up the course? I have only just started to seriously consider this after our HoD joked I should publish the Photoshop instruction worksheets I made. You'll need to give me time. We have had to write almost everything from scratch and it has been very difficult. Please do let me know if you would be interested in this.