Projects will include references to first hand sources and by the end of the project you will have brought all your ideas together. Work is mounted up or presented in a sketchbook, and annotated to explain all your ideas.
You will complete a large coursework unit, and then the final exam is a practical project which you have a few weeks to prepare for, to create the final piece(s) under exam conditions for ten hours.
No formal entry qualifications are required for Level 2 courses.
Everything you wear or see has had a designer or artist involved somewhere. Many of the people who have created this have gone through an Art and Design route in Further Education and Higher Education such as Graphic Designer, Exhibition Designer, Fine Artist, Teacher. Ceramics/3D skills and knowledge also would support any career in construction, architecture, furniture and product design.