You will be introduced to working in a broad range of disciplines using an extensive range of creative approaches and materials, including digital media. The course recognises the importance of developing enterprise skills through practical, creative activities, and is designed to equip students to progress to higher level courses.
- Digital media
- Three-dimensional design
- Fashion, clothing and costume design
- Drawing and illustration
- English and Maths, as required.
One year full-time, normally in college three days a week.
Students can progress to the BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Art and Design.
This course will begin to develop the skills required to work within the art and design industry. For instance, as an interior or graphic designer, clothing or textile designer, prop maker, craft worker or illustrator.
A genuine passion for the subject and one satisfactory reference is needed.
BTEC Level 3 in 3D Design
For Callum, Bishop Burton College has been the perfect environment to develop the skills and independence needed to pursue his dream career of working as a professional photographer.
During his two-year design course, Callum has covered a range of disciplines – and made a lot of friends along the way.
He said: “I have learned a mixture of different design techniques, including prop design, interior design, photography and others.
“I’m now planning to go on to do a degree in photography as I would like to be a professional photographer. I like portrait photography and capturing people in their natural environment.
“Over the last two years I’ve built up a really good set of friends, a better understanding of design and also more independence with whatever work I am doing.”