On this course you will study topics including:
The creative economy,
The individual in the creative industries,
Cultural context and vocabulary,
Professionalism and ethics,
Equality, diversity and inclusion,
Project methodology and administration,
Continued professional development.
Textiles and sewn products, the disciplines and associated techniques required i.e. stitch, knit, weave and print.
Students may make products for a range of contexts and settings. They will be required to work with more than one material and experiment with different processes, tools and techniques.
You will complete an industry placement of 315 hours (45 days) minimum.