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Practical Ceramic Skills ( Level 2 Unit)

Art & Design

Course Overview

This course will introduce you to a number of ceramic processes and will develop your understanding on how to work with clay and the tools required to produce ceramic outcomes. You will be taught how to describe the changes that take place during the following processes: making, drying and firing and will develop an understanding on how to use ceramic materials safely. This is a very practical course but does require you to present a booklet or sketchbook portfolio of the taught techniques, showing your understanding on how to work with clay for your made forms. ( you will be required to take pictures as you make your work which will show the stages of making for your made outcomes, this will also be presented in your booklet/ portfolio)
  • Start Date
    1 Feb 2022
  • Study Mode
  • Duration
    10 Weeks
  • Campus
    Strand Road

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
    Start Date
  • Course: OCN NI Level 2 Unit in Practical Ceramic Skills Ref D017
    Campus: Strand Road
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date: 01/02/2022
    (Tue: 6:00PM-9:00PM)
    Full £48.00
    Concession £30.00
    Examination £34.00
    Materials: £20.00

Course Offering

  • Site location Strand Road
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

Learners must be 16+ on or before the 1st July 2021 to be able to enrol on the course

Additional Information

Students will have access to a range of materials and equipment that will enable them to develop basic skills and knowledge in practical ceramics


  • Image of Mark McConway
    It had been a few years since I was at college, but the help and support I received from the lecturers on my course made my time at the college enjoyable and memorable.
    Mark McConway
  • 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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