Art and Design Level 3 BTEC Foundation Diploma at North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College
The industry has been ever responsive to changing patterns and levels of direction, underpinned by major technological advancements. The need for effective students, with a broad range of conceptual, creative and manipulative skills is essential as these changes develop. The 90 Credit Diploma in Art and Design course offers a flexible approach to learing, through a series of interrelated areas.The course sets out to stimulate individual development and to afford learners a practical and theoretical understanding of Art and Deisgn processes. It aims to equip the learner with identification, analysis, problem solving, creative and technical skills, to enable them to make informed decisions with regard to their future progression into industry or higher education.Successful completion of the 90 Credit Diploma in Art and Design opens up the oportunity for learners to progress onto the BTEC Extended Diploma in Art and Design course.
During year 1 learners will develop their skills and knowledge through working in a variety of Art & Design specialist areas including: Fine Art Painting / Printing / Sculpture, Visual Recording, Life Drawing, Ideas & Concepts, Fashion, Graphics, Photography, Ceramics, Glass, Interior Design.
4 GCSE grades C or above
Set hand in dates are given with each brief. Assessments are ongoing throughout the year.
Sketch Books (Various Sizes 1 per subject area) Ruler Fine Liners (black and assorted colours)Pencils 2H, H, B, HB, 2B, 4B, 6B Coloured Pencils, Eraser, Masking Tape and Double Sided Tape, Glue Stick, Scissors, Paint Brushes, Art Material Storage Box / Tool BoxA1 Portfolio, Photographic Paper, Felt Tip & Marker Pens, Compass, Paint Palette, Note Pad,Mount Board for presentation of completed work, Fixative or a can of hair spray, Pot of glue, PVA Putty rubber, Gouache / Acrylic paint set, Household size paint brushes, Oil pastels, Chalks Charcoal, 1 pair pliers,1 small hammer 1 tape measure. Not all equipment is required for the first day of term. These materials can be built up over the early part of the year as required.
We offer a bursary that students can apply for help with costs that are associated with a course. This could be help with the cost of travel, books, materials, equipment, uniforms, childcare and examination and registration fees. To find out more about bursaries available at the College, please speak to Customer Services.
BTEC Extended Diploma in Art & Design
The BTEC 90 Credit Diploma in Art & Design is a full time course which is delivered over 3-4 days per week with an additional private study day.
How to apply
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