develop your creative potential

57794 Level 2 Diploma in Art & Design

Wakefield College
In Wakefield

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Important information

  • Vocational qualification Level 2
  • Wakefield
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • When:

If you are looking to continue your education, have a passion for Art and Design and are thinking about a career in this area, this course will provide you with the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to develop your creative potential.

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location Timetable
Margaret Street, WF1 2DH, West Yorkshire, England
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

Employment in the commercial sector at junior level in such areas as web design, graphic design or interior design.

· Who is it intended for?

This course is intended for school leavers

· Requirements

4 GCSEs at A*-D (or new grade 9-3) OR Equivalent qualifications

· Qualification

Level 2 Diploma In Art And Design

· What marks this course apart?

This one year course will introduce you to a diverse range of art and design practices, processes and techniques that will assist you in creating fresh and exciting work.

· What happens after requesting information?

The appropriate Course Information leaflet and application form will be sent out to you shortly.


Elliott Richmond
What I would highlight I decided to become an apprentice for a few reasons. One being, that, it’s a no-brainer really because you can learn the same information and receive the same qualifications, while getting paid. People may think that college is an easy option, because they may not be ready for full-time work. But if you find something that you enjoy doing, work doesn’t have to be something you dread in a morning. Apprenticeships also give you something full-time learning can’t. Work experience. By being an apprentice, you get the opportunity to work in the industry while you learn. This will benefit you greatly in the future, by having years of experience in the field, it will look great on your CV and to future employers. So as they say, get in, go far

What could be improved Everything OK.

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What you'll learn on the course

Office IT
Art design
Skills and Training
Skills and Training

Teachers and trainers (1)

Faculty Art, Design and Media
Faculty Art, Design and Media

Course programme

What you will study
You will develop skills in visual recording in both two and three dimensions, through observing from primary and secondary sources. You will develop traditional drawing skills alongside exploring new and exciting ways of mark making. You will have the opportunity to work with specialist equipment such as the multi materials, print and textile workshops. You will explore and investigate a wide range of materials and processes such as drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and mixed media. Exploring the work of other artists and designers as inspiration for your own ideas is also a key part of the course.

Your Course Structure
Classroom: 20%; Practical: 80%

How you will learn
The course will be delivered through a series of assignments and practical workshops, led by friendly, supportive and experienced staff. Whether your interest is fine art, digital, graphics or textiles. You will have the opportunity to work in our specialist studios and IT suites, and use a variety of 2D and 3D media, equipment and tools.
Our projects provide the opportunity and flexibility for you to work to your skills, interests and strengths, producing work based on modern scenarios and realistic situations.

Achievements for this centre

Additional information

Further study With a merit grade and the necessary entry requirements along with a suitable reference you could progress to the Level 3 in Art and Design, Fashion and Textiles, Graphics or Creative Media Production.

Career opportunities Employment in the commercial sector at junior level in such areas as web design, graphic design or interior design.

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