Northumberland College

HND Diploma in Textiles and Fashion

Northumberland College
In Ashington

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Typology A Level
Location Ashington
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  • A Level
  • Ashington
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HND Textiles is a busy and practical course underpinned by project research, observational drawing, digital imaging, design development and visual, written and oral presentation. The course is designed to allow you to build practical skills while realising your individual creative potential, and in year two you will specialise in a specific personal area of interest. Throughout the course you will also develop an individual portfolio of work to start your professional practice or apply to university.

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Ashington (Northumberland)
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College Road,, NE63 9RG


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· Requirements

Students will have normally completed one of the following:* Foundation Diploma in Art and Design* BTEC Diploma in Art and Design Level 3* City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Creative Textiles* City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Design and Craft* Access to HE in Art and Design or Media* 2 A Levels at grade C or above or equivalent.We are happy to consider those who possess a high level of experience in art and design but may not possess formal qualifications. Those returning to education with life skills and experience in the workplace would also be considered.

· Qualification

EDEXCEL BTEC HND Diploma in Fashion and Textiles (QCF) Level 4

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What you'll learn on the course


Course programme

What will I study on the course?

The course incorporates all aspects of textiles, including, surface decoration, textile techniques, fine art textiles, textile accessory, printed textiles, constructed and embroidered textiles and millinery, contextual studies and professional practice. Teaching is tutorial-based by highly experienced practitioners, through seminars, lectures, workshops, critiques and gallery visits.

Additional information

The course runs for 2 days per week over 2 years.

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