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Painting Methods and Appropriation (Level 2 Unit)

OCNNI
Art & Design

Course Overview

If you are someone who has an interest in painting and developing your skills in watercolour and Acrylic then this is the course for you. This course will help you build upon existing knowledge and skills, but will also introduce you to new techniques within this area of Fine art. The course will teach learners how to experiment with painting methods as a means of expression working towards a final painting or paintings. For assessment Learners will be required to present a sketchbook showing idea development, research and notations on painting methods reflecting on taught skills and final outcomes
  • Start Date
    31 Jan 2023
  • Study Mode
    Part-Time
  • Duration
    15 Weeks
  • Campus
    Limavady

Important Message

Fees must be paid at the time of enrolment, or arrangements should be put in place to pay by instalments. The full fee includes tuition, registration and examination fees (where relevant). Depending on your circumstances you may be entitled to a reduced (concessionary) fee. Reduced fees are applied to the cost of tuition only. Failure to enrol before the Awarding Body deadline may result in you incurring a late fee.

Available Sessions

  • Course
    Campus
    Type
    Start Date
    Fees
  • Course: OCN NI Level 2 Unit in Painting Methods and Appropriation Ref A005
    Campus: Limavady
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date: 31/01/2023
    (Tue: 7.00pm - 9.00pm)
    Fees:
    Full £48.00
    Concession £30.00
    Examination £32.00

Course Offering

  • Site location Limavady Main St
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

There are no formal requirements for this course but Learners must be 16 years of age on or before 1st July on year of entry

Enquiry

  • Image of Chelsea O’Kane (Art & Design)
    My course enabled me to explore so many different aspects of Art & Design that I would not have had the opportunity to do if I had followed the traditional A-Level route.
    Chelsea O’Kane (Art & Design)
  • Image of Ryan Carlyle (Drylining)
    I choose to train as an apprentice because it was very important to me that I could work and earn money while studying towards my qualification.
    Ryan Carlyle (Drylining)
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