Creative Ceramics – Level 1
Preston Road Adult Education Centre
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If you want to advance your practical skills in pottery, ceramics and mixed media, then the Level 1 Award in Creative Ceramics is for you!
It is a largely practical course which gives you the opportunity to develop and practise your creative skills required to progress in the Pottery sector. This will include developing creativity, through project development, using diverse methods of hand building and sculpting through decoration techniques. You will also develop analytical skills enabling you to progress in your subject specialism.
This course allows you to study on a part time basis, attending one three-hour session a week so it can be accommodated alongside employment, childcare and other commitments.
It might be of particular interest to you, if you are wanting a career change or just wanting to experience something different and enhance your practical and creative skills.
There is a greater level of challenge on this course, it is suitable for those who have some experience of pottery/ceramics.
You should have completed a Ceramics for Beginners course.
If you wish to throw on this course, you must have completed a throwing course with this tutor or be proficient at throwing.
Learners will also require a basic knowledge of written English as well as a commitment to achieving the qualification.
You will need access to a computer to complete your work online.
How to apply
For information on how to apply, please call 01482 615 349 / 616 580 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is made up of three units and focuses on developing the necessary skills and knowledge to design and construct projects. You will be given practical tuition on the use of various pottery equipment. You will produce a portfolio which will support your progression at job interviews and / or further study.
You will benefit from teaching and guidance from experienced staff who have good links to the local creative industries.
Development is progressive taking learners through a series of practical workshops and assignments where they will demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the subject as well as their practical skills.
As well as practical samples learners will have to produce some written work, photographs during the developmental stages and written evaluations of their finished projects.
Where can it lead?
- Level 2 Creative Ceramics