Set Design for Stage and TV Level 3 90 Credit Diploma at Hertford Regional College
The potential job roles for those working towards this qualification are: Scenic designer working in film, TV or theatre, prop maker, model maker for film and TV. The course is 1 year progressing to a second on successful completion. You will learn scenic painting, scenic construction techniques, interior design and drawing, model making skills.
- 200 GCSE points including a minimum grade C in GCSE English Language
- Or a L2 Vocational Diploma at Merit level in a relevant arts or construction specialism and a minimum grade C in GCSE English Language
- Evidence of interest and ability in art and design
You will be assessed each through practical assignments. The final term’s assessment will be in the form of a self -chosen project, which is externally assessed.
You can progress to a second year, where you may choose to focus on a specific digital specialism or you can progress directly to an apprenticeship or employment. On completion of the second year you will have an extended diploma, which is a nationally recognised advanced level qualification, allowing you direct access to university or employment.
You will need drawing, art materials and sketch books. You will be advised of what you need when you enrol. Expect to spend about £100 in the first year and a much smaller amount in the second year when you will only need to top up what you have used. There are some additional charges for trips.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hertford Regional College directly.