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Ceramics qualification courses

Join us in our state of the art studios for an accredited course in ceramics. Gain a professional, well-rounded understanding of pottery as well as a qualification. Perfect for those interested in pursuing a career or further study in creative arts.

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Qualification courses and courses at intermediate or advanced level require guidance or an interview prior to enrolment.

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  • Select your preferred course and then click on the Availability & Booking tab
  • Decide on your preferred start date and click on the 'Apply' button next to the course details
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  • Once you have completed your online application, you will be able to select an interview date.

If you are having problems with the application system, or need advice and guidance, please click 'Enquire now' on the course details page or call 020 7297 7297. You can also email us on info@waes.ac.uk

 

Level 3 UAL Diploma in Creative Practice: Art, Design and Communication (Ceramics)

The Level 3 Diploma is for those who want to build on their skills and knowledge to further develop and explore their creative ceramics practice. You will refine and continue to enhance your skills in a way that will enable you to visually respond in a contemporary format to challenges and issues that motivate you. You will explore a wide range of techniques, continually experimenting with these to push the boundaries of your work to produce highly individual creative responses. You will develop your critical evaluative skills, evolving your interests and direction as an artist and working as a team. Through reflection, critiques and collaborative learning you will be able to build your profile and identity as an artist. Working creatively as a team you will engage in exhibition curation and production.

Visits to museums, galleries and exhibitions will strengthen your research skills and inform your practice.

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Level 1 NCFE Award in Creative Craft (Ceramics)

This course will cover all the basic preparation and construction processes - pinching, coiling, slab building, press-moulding, wheel throwing, surface decoration and glazing. It will teach you skills necessary to progress onto our UAL Level 2 course in ceramics.
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Level 1 UAL Diploma in Art and Design (Ceramics)

The Level 1 UAL Diploma is for those who have an interest in ceramics and pottery and who want to learn practical skills and techniques to produce creative outcomes. You will learn the basic skills and knowledge essentials to the practice of ceramics including surface decoration and finishing. By incorporating research you will encouraged to be experimental with 3D forms, as well as develop ceramic products. The course allows you to learn effective communication skills vital to the work of a ceramic artist.

You will use your everyday environments, and the wealth of places of interest, such as museums and galleries to collect and research ideas, which will inform your creative response.

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Level 2 UAL Diploma in Art and Design (Ceramics)

The Level 2 Diploma is for those who want to build on their skills and knowledge to further develop and explore their creativity and technical knowledge in the area of ceramics. You will refine and continue to enhance your skills in a way that will enable you to practically respond to challenges and issues that motivate you. You will explore a wide range of techniques, continually experimenting with these to push the boundaries of your work to produce highly individual creative responses. You will develop your critical evaluative skills, evolving your interests and direction as a ceramic artist. Through reflection, critiques and collaborative learning you will be able to build your profile and identity as a ceramicist. By working creatively as a team you will engage in exhibition curation and production at the end of your course.

You will use your everyday environments, and the wealth of places of interest, such as museums and galleries to collect and research ideas, which will inform your creative response.

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