BTEC National Diploma In Art & Design (Incorporating National Award)- 3D

West Herts College
In Watford (Grossbritannien)

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Wichtige informationen

  • BTEC
  • Watford (Grossbritannien)
  • Dauer:
    2 Years
Beschreibung


Suitable for: Students wishing to study a full time course leading to possible careers in a range of 3 dimensional design and making specialisms interior design, furniture design, product design, jewellery design, landscape/spatial design, model-making for film and TV, architecture and CAD.

Wichtige informationen

Voraussetzungen: 4 GCSEs (A-C), Intermediate GNVQ in Art & Design or First Diploma in Art & Design, plus portfolio of work, but this may be waived in very exceptional circumstances (i.e.mature/overseas students). In such cases interview by portfolio may be sufficient.

Veranstaltungsort(e)

Wo und wann

Beginn Lage

Watford
WD17 3EZ, Middlesex, Grossbritannien

Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Design
Art design
3D

Themenkreis

Course suitability

Students wishing to study a full time course leading to possible careers in a range of 3 dimensional design and making specialisms – interior design, furniture design, product design, jewellery design, landscape/spatial design, model-making for film and TV, architecture and CAD.

Entry qualifications

4 GCSEs (A-C), Intermediate GNVQ in Art & Design or First Diploma in Art & Design, plus portfolio of work, but this may be waived in very exceptional circumstances (i.e. mature/overseas students). In such cases interview by portfolio may be sufficient.

Information about the course

This specialist vocational course commences with a general introduction to the wide range of skills required by a 3D designer. Preliminary projects in the workshop area provide underpinning knowledge in Materials and Processes, Model Making, Health and Safety, Technology, Wood, Metal, Plastics and Ceramics. Studio studies include drawing and visualisation, perspective and technical drawing. Related Computer Studies, Business Studies and Historical and Contextual
Studies provide a backdrop to the practical studies. Throughout the course student work is project based, with each project having clear objectives and a definite deadline. As the course progresses the projects become progressively more involved and aim to develop a portfolio for students which is suitable for application to study at Degree or HND level or, in some cases, for application direct to work. At all times students receive one-to-one support and guidance from trained professional design staff and have a personal tutor assigned to them to help them through the course. The course is very much based on unlocking the students’ creativity and they are encouraged to explore all the possibilities of 3D design and find their own individual responses, whilst focusing on their career goals. A European visit, industrial visits plus visits to galleries/museums may possibly be arranged.

Course content

Core Units
Drawing and Development/Historical and Contextual/Understanding Materials Techniques and
Processes/Ideas and Concepts/Visual/Communication/Compulsory Specialist Units (externally
assessed)/Art and Design Exploration/Art and Design Application

Assessment

Continuous Assessment and Portfolio

Progression

HND or Degree in 3D specialisms – such as Interior design, Furniture design, Product design, Jewellery design, Landscape/Spatial design, Transport design, Model making, Computer based design
Possible Careers
Designer in product, furniture, jewellery, interior or spatial design, model making for film and TV, architecture and industry, CAD