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BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Fashion Design

In London

£ 6,160 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    BTEC

  • Location

    London

  • Duration

    32 Weeks

Description

This course is project based. Each project runs for 6 weeks, culminating in presentation, assessment and teacher and peers feedback. The objective is to equip each student with skills and both theoretical and practical knowledge in various aspect of Fashion Design. With access to the art studio and equipment, all students can use their time outside of classes to work on their projects.
Suitable for: All people interested in Fashion Design and/or wishing to enter Higher Education.

Facilities

Location

Starts

London
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12 Woodfall Road, N4 3JB

Starts

On request

To take into account

By the end of this course you will have an excellent Fashion Drawing and Design portfolio which will help you to enter a career in the Creative industries or get into the University of your choice.

This course is intended for students who have a clear idea of the area of creative study they want and are looking to start specialising in one area by developing a portfolio. It is perfect for those who have finished school and are looking to take the next level, or for those who want to change career towards art and design.

We have no specific entry requirements but will need to see some examples of your work and usually invite potential students to an informal interview. For non-EU students: If you need a CAS number you would have to pay £400 plus at least half of the full fees. Also we would need a photocopy of your passport any school/university certificates, art/design/photo certificates, IELTS or any English language certificate from approved providers (check the UKVI list online) and samples of your art/design/photo work.

Level 3 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma is an internationally recognised qualification. We are accredited by Pearson.

You will work in much smaller class sizes than in most other institutions, so you will get a lot of individual attention from your tutors. Blake has a uniquely friendly and relaxed atmosphere that helps students from all backgrounds to work together and consistently gets the best out of people.

We will contact you to discuss your interest further. We usually ask to see some examples of your art and design work and will need a personal statement from you. You may be asked to interview (this can be over the internet). After this you will be given the opportunity to enrol and will need to pay a deposit. International students will also be asked to pay part of their fees up front and will be issued with a CAS.

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Subjects

  • Project
  • Fashion Textile
  • Fashion Draping
  • Fashion Styling
  • Fashion trends
  • Drawing
  • Illustration
  • Textiles
  • Textile Artist
  • Design

Teachers and trainers (4)

Anne-Louise Kinsella

Anne-Louise Kinsella

Textiles teacher

London based Textile & Surface Designer: Experienced studio designer + international sales & freelance projects. Educator: @ Morley UAL Kensington & Chelsea Arts, London Museums, Schools & Educational workshop leader & Youth Mentor. Community projects all ages & abilities.

Gal Sapir

Gal Sapir

Digital Imaging/Digital Animation teacher

George Levantis

George Levantis

Art & Design Theory/Life Drawing teacher

After leaving the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, Levantis accepted an Artist Placement Group residency with Ocean Fleets of Liverpool, taking him to Japan, Africa and South East Asia. The work produced constructions, made from canvas, paint, bamboo etc. – materials acquired in different ports. These were documented in a publication, Pieces of Sea Fall through the Stars. “These themes have surfaced again and the work I am presently engaged in features narratives that are once more related to sea, salt, wind and birds.” http://georgelevantis.com/

Kelly Shaw

Kelly Shaw

Fashion Drawing teacher

Course programme

BTEC Fashion Design consists of Fashion Drawing, 3D Workshop, Textiles and Life Drawing.

BTEC Subsidiary Diploma, Certificates and Diplomas can also be obtained from a more specialised built to focus on year area of interest right from the start. These could either be taken as vocational qualifications in their own right or form an alternative route for entry into higher education. The time scale of the study could be built to fit with your requirements.

BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Fashion Design

£ 6,160 + VAT