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Full Time Art and Design BTEC Foundation Diploma
In Newbury ()
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This course is suitable for those who have A or AS levels, National Diploma or equivalent which must include an art and design activity. Adult applicants may have significant creative experience from part time courses or employment backed by other non creative qualifications. All applicants will need GCSEs at grade C or above in English and maths or be prepared to work towards key skills or...
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Art and Design BTEC Foundation Diploma - Newbury College
Full Time courses for under 19's are free of chargeCode : Start : End : Times : Day : Duration : Cost (Year 1)*
AM0114 091001 : 14/09/2009 : 04/06/2010 : 09:00 to 16:45 : Mon-Wed : 30 Weeks : 768.00
Qualification gained: BTEC Foundation Diploma in Art and Design
Course Content: This course will cover a wide range of art, design and graphic skills including life drawing, still life drawing, photography, graphics and image manipulation, textiles, fashion, print, fine art and 3D studies(such as modelling, constructing or assembling), and historical and contemporary contextual studies. The course has three main stages:- Stage 1: Exploratory stage Unit 1 Information and Research in Art and Design Level 3 Unit 2 Recording and Responding in Art and Design level 3 Unit 3 Media Experimentation in Art and Design level 3 Stage 2: Pathway stage Unit 4 Information and Interpretation in Art and Design level 3 Unit 5 Personal Experimental Studies in Art and Design level 3 Unit 6 Extended Media Development in Art and Design level 3 Unit 7 Preparation and Progression in Art and Design level 3 Stage 3: Confirmatory stage Unit 8 Integrating Theory and Practice in Art and Design level 4 Unit 9 Personal Confirmatory Study in Art and Design level 4
Work Experience: Students do not have to have work experience or employment to achieve this qualification, as real and simulated workplace assignments will be used. However part time employment in a creative industry may help to inform a students work and progression.
Course Assessment: Study will be based upon tasks and set assignments with live and simulated briefs relevant to the sector. Assessment will be continual with a summative assessment at the end of each stage. A portfolio of work will be prepared and students will be supported to identify future career paths and in preparing university applications
Progression: This course is intended to develop skills and knowledge suited to progression onto a wide range of Higher education courses. HE progression can be into Art and Design, 3D and Product design, Fashion and Textiles, Photography and Media, Advertising, Graphics and interactive media but there are many subjects within the sector which cannot be fully explored here. Students are most likely to develop careers in one of the huge range of creative careers available. If entering employment following the course careers which require presentation skills orvisualisation may be of interest.
Homework: Students will be required to carry out additional independent work as homework and using college facilities. The amount of time involved will vary but an additional 3 - 5 hours of work can be expected.
Additional Costs: Students will be asked to provide a basic art kit (Approx 30 - 40) and will also need some resources relevant to their selected specialist progression e.g. Photographers will need a camera, Fashion students will need a sewing machine. Students are expected to attend exhibitions and to display their own work. Additional costs will be identified linked to study visits to galleries in other towns and cities and for entry to some exhibitions. This is likely to be in the region of 15 per visit in the UK. We also plan to visit a European city to study at a range of galleries and other cultural venues. Costs for pthese visits are likely to be between 200 - 300.
- Fees quoted with the course information are for the current academic year. Fees for the next academic year starting in September are subject to change and will be confirmed annually.
- Part Time Course Fee Relate to Year 1 course fees only. Two year course fees will have an additional course fee for the second year; these fees are subject to confirmation annually.
Please note that course information may be subject to change and you are advised to check the current details with Newbury College before you enrol.
This course is suitable for those who have A or AS levels, National Diploma or equivalent which must include an art and design activity. Adult applicants may have significant creative experience from part time courses or employment backed by other non creative qualifications. All applicants will need GCSEs at grade C or above in English and maths or be prepared to work towards key skills or GCSEs whilst studying. Students will be required to show a portfolio of art and design or related creative work at interview.
Full Time Art and Design BTEC Foundation Diploma