This Level 1 Diploma in Exploring the Creative Arts and Media is aimed at providing a challenging and flexible programme of study related to the creative arts and media sectors. This course will suit anyone who is interested in a career in art and design. Students will get to explore a wide range of media and techniques including 3D design, ceramics, textiles, graphic communication, digital photography and painting. Personal and employability skills are developed through a broad range of units. Most students who successfully complete this course progress onto one of the Level 2 art and design related courses run at the College. The course provides potential to progress into employment in the creative industries in due course.
This Fashion Design 90 Credit Diploma course will prepare you for a career in the creative industries, offering a range of practical subjects within Fashion & Textiles including: fashion illustration: life drawing, pattern cutting and construction, 3D textiles and fashion design, art history, and photography.
This Interactive Media/Design full BTEC Extended Diploma course offers a wide range of approaches to digital interactive design, whilst utilising the very latest Apple Mac and Adobe software to generate stimulating outcomes. You will develop a range of advanced skills appropriate to your own individual area of interest and creative potential.
The Foundation Degree Digital Photography programme of study focuses on both the creative development, and industry specific knowledge and skills, required for students to practice as professionals within the creative industries. You will be introduced to a wide range of digital and traditional equipment. You will become familiar with industry standard editing and post production techniques and software. You will be encouraged to develop your technical skills to a professional standard and there is strong emphasis on creative and critical engagement.
This Foundation Degree in Film is an exciting course with a broad vocational base designed to meet the fast paced requirements of the creative work place particularly in the area of Film and Television. The course has an equal balance of Drama and Documentary production. This enables the learner to choose whether they want to study either documentary production or drama production on the third year at the University of South Wales.
Designed with computer games experts, this course provides specialist education to help you succeed in this expanding industry. With expectations for realistic and imaginative graphics and play increasing, you’ll learn how to bring your ideas to life to create the next generation of computer games. As well as gaining technical knowledge, you’ll develop your creative flair and professional skills for employment.
FdA Product Design will allow you to develop a range of design skills across many areas of Product Design including, Industrial Design, Furniture Design, Computer Graphics, Branding Design, Set and Prop Design and Spatial Design.
Central to the practice will be the study of materials and workshop processes to create models and prototypes, critical thinking, 3D computer modeling, visual communication and historical and contemporary design in context.
The structure of the course also offers you the opportunity to gather strong business perspective and undertake a work placement within industry.