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ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION: DIPLOMA IN ART AND DESIGN


PTB503 FTB041


1 YEAR, FULL-TIME (2 DAYS PER WEEK) 2 YEARS, PART-TIME (1 DAY PER WEEK)


Packed with content, experimenting in 2D and 3D, with key seminars to introduce core art history especially within Modernism. With guided tasks leading towards more independent project work as your skills develop, this Access to Higher Education Art and Design course will open doors to Higher Education. If you always wanted to study on a creative degree programme but haven’t the relevant experience this course could be for you. The course would also suit adults who would like to further their understanding of the art world, be within an inspiring environment and become more focused on their own creativity.


The course begins with an exploratory phase to help you discover and experiment with materials and ideas. Alongside this, you will be made aware of artists' and designers' work that may inspire and fuel your ideas and help you to find where you fit as an artist within the broader framework of art and design. The projects that follow, allow for more independent thinking and will help you discover your specialist interests that could potentially lead towards a specialist degree course. The course will enable you to build a portfolio of work, sketchbook studies and written study skills, all of which you would need for an HE Interview.


PROGRESSION


Students often progress to creative degrees at Petroc and also apply to universities elsewhere in the country. In the past, our students have successfully applied to Bath, Bristol, Manchester and Brighton. Career opportunities include illustrator, art curator and graphic designer.


ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION: DIPLOMA IN HUMANITIES, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL WORK


FTB248 FTT229


1 YEAR, FULL-TIME (3 DAYS PER WEEK)


This diploma is suitable for adults with an interest in the humanities and/or social sciences. You can expect to cover modules such as The Appreciation of Poetry and Poverty & Health, as well as researching your own choice of research project and independent essays. You will also gain essential study skills such as academic writing, Harvard referencing, and effectively locating and using a range of sources.


North Devon modules: You will cover three mandatory subjects; Literary Studies, Sociology and Social & Political History.


Mid Devon module options: You will cover three mandatory subjects; Literary Studies, Sociology and Psychology.


PROGRESSION


The education and social work sector is a hugely rewarding and exciting field to work in - it is a diverse area and holds multiple career pathways for your future.


Upon completion of this course, learners may progress to degrees in subjects such as English literature, history, criminology, psychology, sociology, social policy, media studies, politics, international relations, philosophy, teaching, archaeology, anthropology, journalism and social work.


LOCATION KEY:


UNIVERSITY CENTRE, BRANNAMS NORTH DEVON CAMPUS


20 MID DEVON CAMPUS


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