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Stained Glass AIM Award L2 Level 2 | Award in Skills for Working in Creative and Design Industries

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This course will allow you to gain a recognised qualification and develop design/craft skills in stained or fused glass techniques.

The course will cover the following areas:

  • Make a piece of stained or fused glass.
  • Research design ideas, looking at the work of others, and develop an original design idea inspired by your research.
  • Plan the process of making and stick to your schedule.
  • Create samples to support your technical experiments and make notes of your results.
  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses throughout the design and making processes and reflect on how you can develop your work in the future.
  • Follow good health and safety throughout.
  • Complete your work and give evaluation on the overall piece.

Ruth Adams taught fired stained-glass painting at Central Saint Martins, where she previously completed her postgraduate studies in glass with distinction. She taught stained glass for ten years at the City Literary Institute in Central London. Ruth relocated to Stroud, where she works as a practicing artist, and she set up the glass department within the Arts School. She is a respected educator, with an enormous amount of experience and enthusiasm to help you engage with this fantastic subject.
Fee includes a sketchbook and the finest materials for test samples and a panel up to A3 size. For larger work, you will need to buy some additional materials from a supplier or the tutor.

If you are in receipt of benefits, a waiver may apply.

How will I learn?

The tutor will give demonstrations and one-to-one support. The tutor will help you and check your work to make sure you are progressing well.

Units covered in this course include:

  • Skills for Working in Creative and Design Industries – 603/1792/2
  • Design Project L2 Unit - F/617/0484
  • Material Exploration L2 Unit - Y/617/0510

This course will be taught alongside learners on Level 1 Aim Award.

This course is based at our Stroud campus in the centre of Gloucestershire, surrounded by the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The campus is moments away from Stroud train station and easily accessible by bus.

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Entry Requirements

No experience is necessary.

Please bring the following:

  • A notebook.
  • Any designs and doodles that you may want to develop to discuss with the tutor.
  • Sturdy shoes (no open-toed sandals).

What can I do next?

The follow-on qualification AIM Certificate Level 1 (30 weeks) starts in September 2023. Or join: • All Levels, Thursday evening. • Off-site at the Hub Academy, Hope Mills Business Centre, Hope Mills Lane, Brimscombe, Stroud GL5 2SE. • Easter fusing workshop or Summer school.

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DEPARTMENT CONTACT
For more information about this course please email [email protected].

COURSE FEES
Please be aware that some courses have fees that are payable on enrolment. More information on if this course has a fee can be found in the Availability section below.  

If you require financial support including payment plans, bursaries and advanced learner loans please visit the Money Management Service section of the website.

For more information on fees please view our Fees, Charges and Refunds Policy and our Applications, Admissions and Enrolment Policy and Procedures.

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