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Art and Design BTEC Level 3 at Nightingale Academy

Course description

The Edexcel BTEC Level 3 National (Extended Certificate) in Art & Design are set out as a two year course, which are designed to allow the opportunity for you to study the subject from a vocational, work-related setting and to consolidate further the different specialisms studied previously. You can expect to work from the creative disciplines of drawing & painting, abstract illustration, multi-media processes and stationary design etc. You are also introduced to specialist disciplines such as jewellery making/ceramics, print making and image making; along with this is the personalised specialist unit, the ‘FMP’.

On top of their practical development students will also have to explore the health and safety legislation which governs the Art & Design industry, as well as making important links with vocational practises and the work of other artists. These will be evidenced through annotation, case-studies and information gathered from visits to museums, galleries and different industries.

The Edexcel BTEC L3 Extended certificate consists of 4 units of work, with the 3 core units and 1 of the specialist units being covered.

Course content

Mandatory Units:

· Unit 1: Visual Recording and communications in Art and Design                         
10 Credits

· Unit 2: Materials, Techniques and Processes in Art and Design                            
10 Credits

· Unit 3: The creative process                                                                                          
10 credits

· Unit 4: Optional unit: 3D design craft materials techniques & processes            
10 credits

Type of Assessment: 1. Assignment set and marked internally and Task set and marked by Pearson.

 

Future opportunities

Studying art can lead to a wide range of university degree courses in Architecture, Interior Design, Interior Decoration, Surface Design, Fashion, Textiles, Glass, Ceramics, Exhibition Design, Photography, Film, Video and Television, Animation, Illustration Graphics, Product Design, Furniture Design, Fine Art and Community Arts.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Nightingale Academy directly.

Last updated date: 18 April 2017
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