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|November||2 months||Level 1||Part-Time Evening||Bede Campus||Hobbies||Enquire|
This course aims to build skills in creative textiles and will introduce you to a range of techniques and processes including screen and block printing, mark making, dying, fabric manipulation and construction.
You will develop your ability over the course to achieve a Level 1 qualification from NCFE.
You will attend weekly sessions, working through a series of practical experiments and techniques, building on each new skill to produce a final project.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course. This specialised course should appeal to adults 19+ with a range of abilities.
|Study level||Cost||Additional fees|
|19+||please enquire||You will need a file to keeping your written work in or a sketchbook to create a journal. You will be advised and the beginning of your course about other basic equipment you will need.|
There is no formal examination on this course, but to achieve the NCFE Level 1 qualification, you are required to submit a portfolio of coursework for assessment.
Staff will advise and assist you on the presentation, collation and review of this work as part of the course. You will be required to complete small amounts of homework throughout the course.
One evening a week for 10 weeks.
Tuesday evenings 6pm-9pm
On successful completion of your NCFE Level 1 Certificate in Creative Craft, you can progress to NCFE Level 2. It could also give you the skills to set up your own textile craft business.
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