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Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre
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This course is a vibrant introduction to Sketchbook and Journal design, with a focus on methods of presenting your creative process in relation to Skills and Employability. For example this could involve a sketchbook of research for a product concept or an event visualised in an exciting way for presenting to a group, or at interview. Equally this could be an opportunity to effectively arrange photographs or drawings in ways which guide the viewer through a story, or the illustration of a diary for example. This will be particularly valuable to those who are interested in pursuing a career in the creative sector, for example in the Graphic Design industry, involving experimentation with range of materials and processes relevant to commercial opportunities.
Confidence in creative activity and communication skills will be promoted and developed through guided peer feedback sessions, and regular group discussion, and recommendations for digital applications and resources will be provided and explored to enrich your learning experience.
No Entry Requirements
How to apply
For information on how to apply, please call The Endeavour Centre on 01482 615 349
RARPA stands for Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement which is the process of assessment for non-accredited learning. It is a means of validating the outcomes of programmes which do not result in qualifications. RARPA is a five stage process which measures and records learners’ progress, achievements and attendance.
Where can it lead?
After this course there are a number of options for progression
Level 1 Award in Painting Techniques Qualification
GCSE equivalent Level 2 Certificate in Art & Design
Example of a career role
Most illustrators work on a freelance basis. They take commissions from numerous sources and industries
Typography is part of graphic design. Graphic design creates visual messages, using words and images. Typography is the part which deals specifically with lettering and typefaces. When choosing lettering, the typographer has to decide on typeface, movement for animation, style, spacing, scale and line. Typographers may work for the design department of an organisation, or for a design company or agency.