Start Date13 Sep 2021
Course: BTEC Higher National Certificate Level 4 in Art and Design (Arts Practice) (Yr 1 of 2)Campus: LimavadyType: Part TimeStart Date: 13/09/2021
- Site location Limavady Main St
- Dates 13/09/2021 - 16/06/2023
- Unit 1: Professional Development
- Unit 2: Contextual Studies
- Unit 3: Individual Project (Pearson set)
- Unit 4: Techniques and Processes
- Unit 15: Media Practices
- Unit 16: Material Practices
- Unit 5: 3D Practices
- Unit 22: Printmaking
UK Requirements32 UCAS points at A-Level (must include Art or an Art related subject) together with 4 GCSEs (Grade C or above) to include Art, Maths and English (Level 2 Essential Skills in Numeracy and Literacy will also be accepted); OR Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art and Design, Level 3 Art and Design Foundation Diploma or equivalent Level 3 qualification.We also welcome applications from mature students who will be considered individually based on experience rather than qualifications.All students must attend for interview and present a portfolio of work to A2standard, demonstrating aptitude and suitability to the course.
ROI Requirements32 UCAS points and 4 OLCs subjects at Leaving Cert (Grade 04 or above) which must include Art, English and Maths. We also welcome applications from mature students who will be considered individually based on experience rather than qualifications. All students must attend for interview and present a portfolio of work to A2 standard, demonstrating aptitude and suitability to the course.
You are not required to participate in work experience for this course
Further StudyOn successful completion of the HNC students can progress to the L5 HND in Art and Design (Art Practice) at NWRC or can apply to a relevant degree programme at university with exceptions from year 1 in some cases. (University places would be subject to students meeting certain criteria during interview)
Career ProspectsSuccessful completion of the course will enhance your opportunities to develop as a professional artist accepting private commissions and engaging in Gallery exhibitions. Work for local arts centers or work within the education sector.
Ryan was one of 90 local construction apprentices who competed at the Construction and Industry Training Board (CITB) regional finals, which took place at our Greystone Campus in Limavady. He will now go on to represent Northern Ireland at Skills Show UK, and potentially Worldskills 2019 in Russia.Ryan Carlysle
There’s such a social and friendly atmosphere at the college. My lecturers are extremely supportive and the facilities are first class.Leroy Grant