UCAS Tariff 80 points
A level CDD
BTEC Level 3
NVQ Level 3
VRQ Level 3
Specialist units will develop your skills, knowledge and understanding relevant to specific creative activities with different mediums and techniques and in the creation of your own professional portfolio including:
HNC (YEAR 1)
Level 4 Professional Development
Level 4 Contextual Studies
Level 4 Individual Project (Pearson Set)
Level 4 Techniques and Processes
Level 4 Media Practices
Level 4 Materials Practices
Level 4 Visual Narratives (subject to change)
Level 4 Principles of Life Drawing (Subject to Change)
HND (YEAR 2) (SUBJECT TO VALIDATION)
Level 5 Professional Practice
Level 5 Applied Practice Collaborative Project (Pearson Set)
Level 5 Advanced Art Practice Studies
Level 5 Creative Entrepreneurship (subject to change)
Level 5 Art Direction (Subject to Change)
Level 5 Conceptual Practise (Subject to Change)
You will also produce a professional portfolio showcasing a range of processes and techniques, commercial, cultural and visual awareness, there will also by opportunities for suitable students to undertake work experience with local artists and to work on regional projects.
Learners who achieve the HNC qualification can progress onto the second year of the HND or onto the second year of a relevant degree course. Upon completion of the 2-year HND; learners can top-up to a full degree in a related Art & Design, Creative Arts, 3D Design, Fashion or other relevant subject area. Employment and self-employment in the creative arts sector is also an option and self promotion is an essential element of the course structure.
Over 9000 creative industry companies within Greater Manchester employing over 48,000 people. 18% Industry growth in the area
87% of jobs low risk of automation.
Related Roles Include: Art Director, curatorship, Craft and Fine Artists, Fashion Designers, Graphic Designers, Industrial Designers, Interior Designers.