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3 5 LEVEL 2 AND 3 Our Level 2 and Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Art & Design qualifications will allow your students to achieve their potential and progress to the next stage of their lives, whether it be Higher Education, an apprenticeship, or employment. We ve designed exciting content, that s engaging, fit for purpose and suitable for the needs of your students. At Level 2 your students have the opportunity to take units that are relevant to specific areas within the art and design industry; such as graphic design and illustration, photography, fine art and fashion and textiles, giving them practical and creative skills that transfer easily into the workplace. This qualification has been designed so that it can be delivered in one year. At Level 3 there are specialist pathways in photography, graphic design, 3D design, fashion, and fine art for your students to choose from. These reflect the breadth of opportunities available within the art and design sector. Plus, your students have the opportunity to engage in a broader way through non-specialist units where, as an example, they might plan, research and develop ideas in response to a client brief, or plan and prepare for an exhibition for a collection of artwork. 100% centre assessed including practical and wider project-based assessment opportunities, plus OCR visiting moderation providing centre feedback and support; has resulted in focused qualifications which, dependent on the size chosen, either complement a Key Stage 5 study programme alongside other vocational qualifications, A Levels, or may constitute the bulk of a two-year study programme.
4 14 Level 3 Cambridge Technicals Art & Design Unit number Unit title Mandatory unit 1 Art and design in context In this unit students will look at key trends, movements and events in the context of a chosen art or design discipline. Non-specialist units 10 How artists and designers use 2D materials, techniques and processes Students will look at the work of artists or designers, and characteristics and working properties of 2D media, materials and techniques. 11 How artists and designers use 3D materials, techniques and processes Students will investigate artists /designers work to influence the generation and development of ideas for their work. 12 Planning, researching and developing ideas for a specialist art or design brief Students will research artists/designers and how their work can influence ideas, in response to a client brief. 13 Realising an outcome for a specialist art or design brief Students will learn how to identify a suitable idea and investigate 2D/3D media, materials, techniques and processes. 14 Presenting, displaying, promoting and selling artwork This unit will provide students with an understanding of how display and presentation spaces are used, and how professional artists or designers work. 15 Planning an artist s or designer s studio This unit will enable students to produce a proposed layout plan for an artist s/ designer s studio, and understand equipment and consumables needed. 16 Exhibiting and presenting artwork Students will plan, and prepare for, an exhibition for a collection of artwork. Photography specialist pathway 20 Exploring digital photography This unit is designed to enable students to understand the operating controls of a digital camera. 21 Exploring film-based photography Students will look at the operating controls of a film-based camera and using them to take film-based photographs. 22 Portrait photography This unit will enable students to produce personal photographic portrait images inspired by the work of professional photographers. 23 Exploring artists as photographers Students will consider ways in which artists have responded to photography and used it in their artwork. 24 Digital image creation In this unit students will explore the work of a range of digital artists/ photographers, and practical skills. 25 Landscape photography Students will look at a range of landscape photographers work and producing ideas for landscape photographic images. Graphic design specialist pathway 30 Using digital technology in graphic design Students will use digital hardware and graphic design software, and experiment with the software. 31 Motion graphics Students will explore different styles of motion graphics, where they re used and where they can be seen. 32 Art and design illustration Students will look at different types of illustration and professional practice, and planning how to satisfy a brief. 33 Character design and creation In this unit students will learn how characters are created and developed for use in animation, graphic novels and comics. 34 Creating animation Students will learn how different types of animation are produced, and also produce a short animated film. 35 Design for advertising This unit will provide students with an understanding of advertising visuals and the media, materials, techniques and processes suitable for producing them. 36 Branding and corporate design Students will consider how companies brand themselves, and develop an understanding of the media, techniques and equipment used to design logos. Certificate 30 credits GLH 180 Introductory 60 credits GLH 360 Subsidiary 90 credits GLH credits GLH 720 Extended 180 credits GLH 1080
5 15 Level 3 Cambridge Technicals Art & Design Unit number Unit title 3D design specialist pathway 40 Carving, constructing and modelling 3D artwork This unit will explore the work of artists, designers or craftspeople producing 3D work by carving, constructing and modelling. 41 Creating 3D art or design work Students will gain an understanding of 3D artwork, and the materials and processes used to create it. 42 Exploring ceramics Students will be able to produce ideas for a piece of ceramics and understand safe working practices. 43 3D product design Students will learn how to respond to the requirements of a brief or project for 3D product design. 44 Spatial design Students will learn how to respond to the requirements of a client brief for a spatial design project. Fashion specialist pathway 50 Fashion design Students will gain an understanding of how to respond to fashion design and the media, materials and techniques used in the production of fashion products. 51 Fashion production This unit will give students an opportunity to understand the fashion production process. 52 Textile design Students will explore innovative and mixed media approaches to the design of surface decoration and pattern. 53 Up-cycling fashion products Students will experience the currently popular up-cycling trend in the fashion industry. 54 Fashion illustration Students will understand fashion illustration, including styles, influences, materials, processes and presentation techniques. Fine art specialist pathway 60 Fine art drawing Students will look at the work of artists who use drawing as a significant art form in its own right. 61 Fine art painting This unit is designed to develop students understanding of how other painters work, and students will develop an idea for a personal painting. 62 Understanding sculpture Students will explore sculpture and the work of the artists who produce it. 63 Contemporary fine art This unit will enable students to understand contemporary fine artists and their work and develop ideas for a personal piece. 64 Digital fine art Students will explore the work of artists who use digital media, and techniques they use to produce fine art. 65 Fine art printmaking This unit will enable students to understand techniques, processes and materials, and produce a series of prints. 66 Fine art textiles Students will learn to recognise how textiles are used produce fine art, and the media, materials, techniques and processes involved. Certificate 30 credits GLH 180 Introductory 60 credits GLH 360 Subsidiary 90 credits GLH credits GLH 720 Extended 180 credits GLH 1080 Minimum mandatory credits Minimum optional credits Total minimum credits required Specialist pathway endorsement Notes Not available 40 credits achieved from a specialist pathway. Max. of one specialist pathway 40 credits achieved from a specialist pathway. Max. of two specialist pathways 40 credits achieved from a specialist pathway. Max. of two specialist pathways Mandatory units are shaded. Not available
6 16 Unit 1 Art and design in context The aim of this unit is that students understand key trends, movements and events in the context of a chosen art or design discipline and identify areas of personal interest. They ll investigate artists and/or designers more specifically involved, and use this to develop an idea for a personal piece of creative work. They ll also produce and review a final outcome, sample model or maquette. Unit 10 How artists and designers use 2D materials, techniques and processes By completing this unit, students will understand the work of a range of other artists or designers and the characteristics and working properties of a wide range of 2D media, materials and techniques. They ll be able to use investigations into artists /designers work to influence the generation and development of ideas for their own work, and they ll be able to work safely. Unit 11 How artists and designers use 3D materials, techniques and processes Students will learn about the work of a range of 3D artists or designers and the characteristics and working properties of a wide range of 3D media, materials, techniques and processes through this unit. They ll use investigations into artists / designers work to influence the generation and development of ideas for their own work, and they ll be able to work safely. Unit 12 Planning, researching and developing ideas for a specialist art or design brief The ability to investigate a client s requirements for a brief or project is key. In this unit, students will use research into artists/designers and how their work can influence the generation and development of ideas, in response to a client brief. They ll present a selected range of final ideas to a client or audience, and use feedback to review their final ideas. Unit 13 Realising an outcome for a specialist art or design brief The aim of this unit is that students can work with a client and realise an outcome in response to a specialist art or design brief. They ll learn how to identify a suitable idea and investigate a range of appropriate 2D/3D media, materials, techniques and processes. They ll produce a final proposal and present this to the client for agreement before realising and evaluating a final outcome. Unit 14 Presenting, displaying, promoting and selling artwork This is an opportunity for students to understand how commercial, public and community display and presentation spaces are used, and how professional artists or designers present, promote, manage and sell their work. They ll know how to select and organise work for a portfolio, organise a display of work, produce personal promotional material, and will understand how their work might be sold.
7 17 Unit 15 Planning an artist s or designer s studio This unit explores the requirements of artists /designers workplaces, usually referred to as studios. Students will be able to produce a proposed layout plan for an artist s/designer s studio, and understand the equipment and consumables needed for it. They ll also produce and present a design proposal for an artist s/ designer s studio. Unit 16 Exhibiting and presenting artwork Through this unit, students will understand art exhibitions. They ll plan and prepare for an exhibition for a collection of artwork, including the production of promotional material, and the organisation of work to exhibit. They ll realise a planned exhibition, and evaluate feedback gained on the final exhibition. Unit 20 Exploring digital photography The aim of this unit is to enable students to understand the operating controls of a digital camera. They ll understand how to take digital photographs, and how to use camera controls to produce final images. They ll also learn about the use of framing, composition and lighting when taking digital photographs, and how digital editing and manipulation techniques can be used to produce alternative photographic outcomes.
8 18 Unit 21 Exploring film-based photography In this unit, students will look at the operating controls of a film-based camera and how to use them to take film-based photographs. Students will also consider the use of framing, composition and lighting when taking film-based photographs, and how darkroom and/or cameraless photographic techniques can be used to produce alternative photographic outcomes. Unit 22 Portrait photography By completing this unit, students will be able to produce a range of personal photographic portrait images inspired by the work of professional photographers. They ll be able to produce, and plan how to exhibit, a final range of portraits using a personal approach. Unit 23 Exploring artists as photographers This unit s designed to give students knowledge of the different ways in which artists have responded to photography and have used it in their own artwork. They ll understand the developments in art that have happened as a result of photography and will use their investigations to generate, develop and realise a personal outcome that reflects the close relationship between art and photography. Unit 24 Digital image creation This unit explores the work of a range of digital artists/photographers. Students will create and manipulate a range of digital images, and generate and develop ideas for a final digitally manipulated image, to be produced in response to a brief or project. Unit 25 Landscape photography In this unit, students will look at a range of landscape photographers work. They ll generate and develop ideas for landscape photographic images, in response to a brief for promotional material. They ll also produce a minimum of ten final landscape photographic images in response to the brief, and present these to a client for feedback. Unit 30 Using digital technology in graphic design This unit will give students an understanding of the use of text and image in graphic design products. They ll use a range of digital hardware and graphic design software, and experiment with the software, exploring alternative ideas, approaches and effects. They ll develop ideas for a graphic design outcome, in response to a brief, and produce a final idea that meets the requirements.
9 19 Unit 31 Motion graphics By completing this unit, students will, by using hardware and software, understand different styles of motion graphics, where they are used, and where they can be seen. They ll be able to respond to a client brief, develop ideas and using storyboards, present them to a client. They ll also be able to select a final idea, refine it and produce a final motion graphic that meets the requirements of the client brief. Unit 32 Art and design illustration Students will understand different types of illustration and professional illustration practice, and be able to plan how to satisfy an illustration brief through this unit. They ll be able to develop a range of ideas in response to an illustration brief, present these for client feedback, and then be able to produce a final illustration outcome for presentation to a client. Unit 33 Character design and creation Students will look at how characters are created and developed for use in animation, graphic novels and comics. They ll create a new character with a profile, and develop it through drawings into a modelled 3D outcome. Unit 34 Creating animation This unit explores how different types of animation are produced. Students will generate a story, placing a character(s) they ve created in an environment and producing a short animated film. Unit 35 Design for advertising Through this unit, students will understand a range of advertising visuals and the media, materials, techniques and processes suitable for producing them. They ll develop ideas in response to an advertising brief, and present a final design idea to a client and refine it based on feedback received. They ll produce a final outcome in response to an advertising brief, taking account of client feedback. Unit 36 Branding and corporate design By completing this unit, students will understand how companies brand themselves, and will understand the media, techniques and equipment used to design logos for corporate use. They ll be able to develop their own ideas for a logo, in response to a brief, for presentation to a client for feedback. Taking account of client feedback, they ll then be able to produce, and present a final logo design to a target audience, and evaluate the audience s feedback.
10 20 Unit 40 Carving, constructing and modelling 3D artwork Students will explore the work of artists, designers or craftspeople who produce 3D work by carving, constructing and modelling through this unit. They ll develop ideas for carved, constructed and modelled 3D work, and produce a maquette, model or finished piece from the ideas developed. Unit 41 Creating 3D art or design work Understanding 3D artwork and the materials and processes used to create it is key to this unit. Students will develop an idea for 3D art or design work, from which they re able to produce a final piece. They ll then review the success of their final work. Unit 42 Exploring ceramics The aim of this unit is that students will be able to generate and develop ideas for a ceramic piece. They ll understand how to work safely with ceramic materials and tools, and develop the skills and understanding needed to realise an intended outcome. They ll also produce a final ceramic piece. Unit 43 3D product design In this unit, students will look at how to respond to the requirements of a brief or project for 3D product design. They ll be able to develop ideas for a 3D product, in response to a brief or project. They ll also be able to plan the realisation of the final 3D product, and produce and present a scale model or final 3D product for feedback. Unit 44 Spatial design This unit explores how to respond to the requirements of a client brief for a spatial design project. Students will be able to develop ideas for a spatial design, in response to the brief or project. They ll also be able to produce and present the final 2D visualisations and/or a final 3D scale model of the chosen spatial design. Unit 50 Fashion design By completing this unit, students will understand fashion design, and the media, materials and techniques that are used in the production of fashion products. They ll generate and develop design ideas for a fashion product, leading to the presentation of a final design idea and sample materials. Unit 51 Fashion production This unit provides students with an opportunity to understand the fashion production process. They ll explore materials, techniques and processes used in the design, development and production of fashion items. They ll explore presentation techniques for fashion items and will display or exhibit the item they produce.
11 21 Unit 52 Textile design Fashion relies on fabric and in today s experimental world, the materials used by textile designers are changing every season. By completing this unit, students will be able to explore innovative and mixed media approaches to the design of surface decoration and pattern. They ll be able to apply the skills they ve learned and produce a final textile sample for a design brief. Unit 53 Up-cycling fashion products In an industry that s increasingly overproducing, little is being done to highlight how many fashion items we prematurely discard. What we throw away is often still useable, if adapted to a new context. The concept of up-cycling is a process of upgrading used material, making it more desirable and more unique than it was at the start. By completing this unit, students will experience this currently popular up-cycling trend in the fashion industry, and explore this area, creating their own to-be-worn-again fashion item. Unit 54 Fashion illustration The aim of this unit is to enable students to understand fashion illustration, including styles, influences, materials, processes and presentation techniques. They ll be able to produce designs and present a portfolio of designs, for a fashion collection, in response to a brief.
13 23 Unit 60 Fine art drawing In this unit, students will look at the work of artists who use drawing as a significant art form in its own right. They ll be able to adapt the techniques, approaches and media used by other artists to a series of their own drawings. They ll develop ideas for, realise and present a personal drawing project. Unit 61 Fine art painting Understanding the way in which other painters work is the key focus of this unit. Students will develop an idea for a personal painting, produce and present it. Unit 62 Understanding sculpture This unit provides an opportunity for students to understand sculpture and the work of the artists that produce it. They ll develop an idea, produce a sculpture and present it. Unit 63 Contemporary fine art Through this unit, students will understand contemporary fine artists and their work. They ll develop ideas for a personal piece of contemporary fine art work, and then produce and present a final piece. Unit 64 Digital fine art The aim of this unit is that students will understand the work of artists who use digital media, and the digital techniques they use to produce fine art. They ll develop an idea for a fine art project or brief that uses digital media in its production and/or presentation. They ll then produce and present a final piece of fine art using digital media for part, or all, of the production. Unit 65 Fine art printmaking By completing this unit, students will understand printmaking techniques, processes and materials. They ll develop ideas for, produce, and present a series of prints, in response to a project or brief and then review both the final series of prints and the process. Unit 66 Fine art textiles This unit explores how artists use textiles to produce fine art and the media, materials, techniques and processes used. Students will develop an idea for a piece of fine art textiles work in response to a project or brief and then produce and present a finished piece of fine art textiles.
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