Textiles

Vocational qualification

In Salford

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Salford

Description

This course offers motivated students the opportunity to develop their skills in a broad range of textile-based processes and technologies. Students will be introduced to exciting new materials, learn to research and develop ideas. This is a course suitable for any student who would enjoy trying out new materials and techniques and learning to research and develop ideas and skills. The art.

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Location

Starts

Salford (Greater Manchester)
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Dronfield Road, M6 7FR

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Subjects

  • Textiles

Course programme

TEXTILES

Why should I come to Pendleton College?
This course offers motivated students the opportunity to develop their skills in a broad range of textile-based processes and technologies. Students will be introduced to exciting new materials, learn to research and develop ideas. This is a course suitable for any student who would enjoy trying out new materials and techniques and learning to research and develop ideas and skills. The art studios boast good resources and you will be taught by experienced and enthusiastic staff. Students should have studied either Art or Textiles at GCSE level.

What will I study?
Textiles offers you the opportunity to explore a wide range of exciting textile techniques which could include:
  • Paper Making
  • Dying Fabric and Yarns
  • Felt Making
  • Hand and Machine Embroidery
  • Resist Techniques
  • Print Making


  • What will I achieve?
    This course can lead to many opportunities and careers, especially Fashion or Clothing Technology degrees in Higher Education.

    How is the course assessed?
    Three modules will be studied each year, one of which will be externally assessed. Assessments will also be based on projects and practical work.

    What else will I do?
    Throughout the year regular visits will be made to local museums and art galleries. The annual art trip to London will give students the opportunity to visit a variety of exciting exhibitions. Visits to textile degree shows will be planned towards the end of the year. Students are expected to make independent visits to galleries.

    Textiles

    Price on request