Course Information

Pearson BTEC Level 3 90 credit Diploma in Art and Design (QCF)

Pearson
Sessions

Below are the sessions that are available for this course.

Full-Time
Campus: Enniskillen
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 12
Course Coordinator: patricia.fox@swc.ac.uk

Full-Time
Campus: Enniskillen
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 12
Course Coordinator: patricia.fox@swc.ac.uk

Full-Time
Campus: Omagh
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Time: 09:00–16:40
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 20
Course Coordinator: Helen.McFarland@swc.ac.uk

Full-Time
Campus: Omagh
Week Starting: 01 September 2020
Day: Subject to Timetable
Time: 09:00–16:40
Duration: 1 Year(s)
Number of Weeks: 34
Hours per Week: 15
Total Hours: 510
Fee: N/A
Places Available: 20
Course Coordinator: Helen.McFarland@swc.ac.uk

Description

The aim of this course is to provide learners with the opportunity to study Art & Design for 1 year to boost UCAS points of gain new skills. The practical nature of the course is designed to develop learner's expertise of the area of Fine Art and Large and Small Scale Design. Through hands on projects, they will develop skills, knowledge and understanding over tone years. A range of carefully selected topics equip learners with a broad view of all the main subjects needed to fully understand this area, and to be able to design and implement projects to a high standard.

Core Modules

  • Ideas and Concepts in Art and Design;
  • Communication Through Art & Design;
  • Materials, Techniques and Processes in Art and Design;
  • and Visual Recording in Art and Design
  • Optional Modules

  • Exploring Specialist Ceramic Techniques;
  • Graphic Image Making;
  • Exploring Textiles;
  • Visual Language; Product Design;
  • Digital Storytelling;
  • Printmaking;
  • Fine Art.
  • Assessment Method

    As a practically focused, vocational course, assessment will be carried out by the use of projects and coursework assignments throughout the duration of the course. These will offer opportunities to achieve Pass, Merit or Distinction criteria, and will be tracked through the year to form one final grade for each unit, and an end of year grade for overall course, giving UCAS points in the same way as A Level grades.

    Progression Opportunities

    On completion of Level 3 learners who have enough UCAS points may progress to a range of Higher Education courses such as Foundation Degrees or Honours Degrees. It is also possible to progress directly into employment as an Artist, Graphic Designer, or in some cases to self-employment, using the skills learned.

    Entry Requirements

    Four GCSEs, grade C or above, including Maths and English. Entry is subject to a successful interview.