BTEC Art & Design at Heath Park
WHO IS IT FOR?
For students who are passionate about Art and Design and are looking to build upon and extend their skills gained at GCSE. Art and Design at Post 16 gives students exposure to different aspects of art and design, allowing them to display their abilities in a variety of artistic disciplines and demonstrate their understanding of these contexts.
Coursework units include:
Visual Recording in Art and Design
Materials, Techniques, and Processes in Art and Design
Ideas and Concepts in Art and Design
Communication Through Art and Design
Educating Through Art and Design
Mixed Media Image Making
Generating Fine Art Ideas
Minimum grade C or equivalent GCSE in Art and Design and English.
In BTEC Nationals all units are internally assessed. All assessment for BTEC Nationals is criterion referenced, based on the achievement of specified learning outcomes. Each unit within the qualification has specified assessment and grading criteria which are to be used for grading purposes. A summative unit grade can be awarded at pass, merit or distinction. Overall grades will be pass, merit, distinction or distinction*. Selected units will be moderated externally.
These qualifications support progression into further education, training or employment, such as:
Foundation Studies in Art and Design
Higher National Diplomas in Art and Design
Foundation Degrees in Art and Design
Honours Degrees in Art and Design
Design assistant/trainee, trainee technical illustrator, trainee technical graphic design assistant, junior art worker, desktop publishing assistant, technical illustrator, junior graphic designer, junior product designer, assistant copywriter, production runner/ assistant, post production runner, broadcast assistant, archive assistant, animation assistant, assistant to the camera crew, junior designer, junior researcher, web coordinator, trainee/ assistant photographer, digital assistant, production secretary, trainee/assistant photographer, trainee/assistant staff photographer, trainee investigative/ crime scene photographer, junior minilab printer, junior digital imaging technician, costume/wardrobe assistant, community arts admin assistant.CAREER PATHWAYS
Animator, ceramicist, exhibition designer, fashion designer, fine artist, furniture designer, glass designer, graphic designer, illustrator, product designer, interior designer, jewellery designer, make-up artist, medical illustrator, prosthetic artist, forensic artist, museum/gallery/conservatory photographer, press photography, printmaker, production designer for television, textile designer, teacher, art therapist.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Heath Park directly.