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    • BTEC First Diploma in Art and Design (Multimedia Pathway) Course Handbook 2010/2011 Course Tutor: Anthony Bowman
    • BTEC First Diploma in Art and Design (Multimedia Pathway) Course content The BTEC First Diploma in Art and Design (Multimedia) aims to provide education and training in the art and design sector primarily for those learners in full-time education, who are seeking progression either into employment or onto further study. The qualification aims to provide a broad-based approach to the art and design sector. Mandatory Units:* 2D and 3D Visual Communication* Contextual References in Art and Design* Explore and Develop Art and Design* Produce an Art and Design Outcome.The specialist units on this pathway are:* Graphic Design* Interactive MediaThe course includes support to improve literacy and numeracy skills with Skills for Life qualifications. What the course can lead to BTEC National Diplomas in Graphic Design, Multimedia, Photography and Game Development Qualification/s BTEC First Diploma Art and Design. Entry requirements For learner’s aged 16 or above with either: related level 1 or level 2 qualifications and a demonstrated interest in the area or relevant work experience. Your English will need to be at level 1 - GCSE D-E standard and your maths needs to be at entry-level 3 - GCSE F-G standard. These will be assessed before interview. When the course runs The course runs in the day for 10 hours teaching per week, 36 weeks per year for 1 year. Course fees All courses have a fee attached to them. Some learners may qualify for a fee reduction depending on their personal circumstances or age. If you qualify for a reduction you will be asked to make a contribution to the college fund. Centre/tutor Arts Centre, Tony Bowman, 0151 252 4328 E-Mail: anthony.bowman@liv-coll.ac.uk
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 1: Contextual References in Art and Design Art & Design Summary of learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: Internally assessed 1 Know the influences of historical and contemporary art and design developments 2 Be able to use historical and contemporary references to support research and development of own response Core unit 3 Be able to present information about the work studied in an appropriate format. Student Centre: Liverpool Community College Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show the learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 list influences of Evidence M1 explain the influences Evidence D1 analyse the influences Evidence historical and of relevant historical and of historical and contemporary art and contemporary art and contemporary art and design developments design developments design developments P2 use contextual research M2 make connections D2 creatively connect to support the development between sources of contextual research to of own response contextual research to support the development of support the development of own response own response P3 present relevant M3 present coherently, D3 present imaginatively, information about the work information about the work individual insights about studied. studied. the work studied. Interim grade Interim grade Interim grade Final grade Assessor: Date Date Date Date
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 2: 2D Visual Communication Art & Design Summary of learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: Internally assessed 1 Be able to use 2D mark-making techniques 2 Be able to communicate design ideas using 2D visual communication techniques Core unit 3 Be able to use formal elements in 2D visual communication. Student Centre: Liverpool Community College Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that the To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 demonstrate use of 2D Evidence M1 demonstrate consistent Evidence P1 demonstrate imaginative Evidence markmaking techniques and effective use of 2D and independent use of 2D safely when working from markmaking techniques markmaking techniques, when primary and secondary when working from primary working from primary and sources and secondary sources secondary sources P2 communicate design M2 communicate ideas D2 communicate ideas ideas using 2D visual effectively and consistently imaginatively and communication techniques using 2D mark-making independently using 2D techniques mark-making techniques P3 use formal elements in M3 explain the use of D3 evaluate the use of formal 2D visual communication. formal elements in 2D elements in 2D visual visual communication. communication. Assessor: Interim grade Interim grade Interim grade Final grade
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 3: 3D Visual Communication Art & Design Summary of learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: 1 Be able to use 3D making techniques Internally assessed 2 Be able to communicate design ideas using 3D visual communication techniques Core unit 3 Be able to use formal elements in 3D visual communication. Student Centre Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show the learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 demonstrate use of 3D Evidence M1 demonstrate consistent Evidence D1 demonstrate Evidence making techniques safely and effective use of 3D imaginative and when working from primary making techniques when independent use of 3D and secondary sources working from primary and making techniques, when secondary sources working from primary and secondary sources P2 communicate design M2 communicate ideas D2 communicate ideas ideas using 3D visual effectively and imaginatively and communication techniques consistently, using 3D independently using 3D making skills making techniques P3 use formal elements in M3 explain the use of D3 evaluate the use of 3D visual communication. formal elements in 3D formal elements in 3D visual communication. visual communication. Grade for this unit Assessor Date
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 4: Using Ideas to Explore, Develop and Produce Art and Design Art & Design Summary of learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: Internally assessed 1 Be able to research and record visual and other information from primary and secondary sources in response to the brief 2 Be able to develop ideas that meet the requirements of the brief, through the use of specialist materials, equipment and techniques Final Major Project 3 Be able to present and communicate developmental work and final outcomes 4 Know the strengths and weaknesses of developmental work. Student Centre Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show the learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 research and record Evidence M1 research and record a Evidence D1 research and record Evidence visual and other variety of visual and other diverse visual and other information from primary information from primary information from primary and secondary sources in and secondary sources in and secondary sources in response to the brief response to the brief response to the brief P2 develop ideas that meet M2 develop alternative D2 develop selected the requirements of the ideas that meet the alternative ideas, brief, through the use of requirements of the brief, imaginatively meeting materials, techniques and using a range of materials, the requirements of the processes techniques and processes brief with the use of specialist materials, techniques and processes P3 present and M3 present and D3 present and communicate communicate coherent communicate diverse developmental work and developmental work and developmental work and final outcomes to meet the final outcomes effectively final outcomes brief imaginatively P4 identify the strengths M4 explain the strengths D4 analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the work and weaknesses of the work and weaknesses of the work in terms of meeting the in terms of meeting the in terms of meeting the requirements of the brief brief requirements, using requirements of the brief. using appropriate technical technical terms terms. consistently and accurately. Grade for this unit Assessor Date
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 5: Building an Art and Design Portfolio Art & Design Summary of learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: Internally assessed 1 Understand the purpose of an art and design portfolio Final Major Project 2 Be able to present an art and design portfolio. Student Centre Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show the learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 describe how artists and Evidence M1 explain how artists and Evidence D1 independently describe Evidence designers use portfolios designers use portfolios, how artists and designers reaching consistent use portfolios, reaching conclusions informed and in-depth conclusions P2 present an art and M2 competently select and D2 independently select design portfolio present examples of their and present examples of work to produce an their work to produce an effective art and design exciting art and design portfolio portfolio P3 justify reasons for M3 consistently and D3 independently and selecting work for an art effectively explain their fluently explain their and design portfolio. reasons for selecting work reasons for selecting work for an art and design for an art and design portfolio. portfolio. Grade for this unit Assessor Date
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 6: Working in the Art and Design Industry Art & Design Summary of learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: Internally assessed 1 Know about organisations in the art and design industry Final Major Project 2 Know about job roles in the art and design industry. Student Centre Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show the learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 identify how Evidence M1 explain how Evidence D1 independently and Evidence organisations operate in organisations operate in fluently analyse how the art and design industry the art and design industry diverse organisations operate in the art and design industry, reaching informed conclusions P2 list job roles within the M2 explain the D2 independently and art and design industry characteristics of job roles fluently explain the within the art and design characteristics of diverse industry. job roles within the art and design industry, reaching informed conclusions. P3 describe the characteristics of job roles within the art and design industry. Grade for this unit Assessor Date
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 7: Working with Graphic Design Briefs Art & Design On completion of this unit a learner should: 1 Be able to use appropriate graphics materials, equipment and techniques Internally assessed 2 Be able to meet the constraints of a pre-defined graphic design brief 3 Be able to develop ideas and produce a final product in response to a pre-defined graphic design brief Optional unit 4 Understand the successful characteristics and quality of graphic design work. Student Centre Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show the learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 use materials, Evidence M1 explore materials and Evidence D1 integrate materials and Evidence equipment and techniques effectively techniques creatively and techniques safely independently M2 explore graphic design D2 integrate graphic design P2 use graphic design processes effectively techniques and processes processes creatively and M3 conduct competent independently P3 research and record research and record D3 conduct independent primary and secondary appropriate visual and other research and record sources in response to a information from primary and appropriate visual and pre-defined brief secondary sources in response other information from to a predefined brief primary and secondary sources P4 produce developmental M4 produce effective and D4 produce imaginative work and a final product in varied developmental work and varied developmental response to a brief and a final product to meet a work and final product to brief meet a brief P5 discuss successful M5 compare and contrast D5 evaluate experimental, graphic design work. experimental, development development and final and final creative works. creative works. Interim grade Interim grade Interim grade Final grade Assessor Date Date Date Date
    • BTEC First Diploma Unit 12: Working with Interactive Media Briefs Art & Design On completion of this unit a learner should: 1 Be able to develop ideas and outcomes to meet interactive media briefs Internally assessed 2 Be able to explore the use of interactive media products 3 Be able to use digital techniques and technology Optional unit 4 Be able to review interactive media production work. Student Centre Grading criteria To achieve a pass grade the evidence must show that To achieve a merit grade the evidence must show that, To achieve a distinction grade the evidence must show the learner is able to: in addition to the pass criteria, the learner is able to: that, in addition to the pass and merit criteria, the learner is able to: P1 develop ideas and final Evidence M1 develop effective ideas Evidence D1 independently develop Evidence outcomes to meet and imaginative ideas and interactive media briefs outcomes to purposefully outcomes to meet meet interactive media interactive briefs media briefs P2 select materials, M2 select a diverse range D2 independently select a techniques and processes of materials, techniques diverse and well-chosen for an interactive media and processes for an range of materials, brief interactive media brief techniques and processes for an interactive media brief P3 explore the use of M3 explore and compare D3 explore and evaluate interactive the use of a diverse range the use of a comprehensive media products of interactive media range of interactive media products products independently P4 produce an interactive media product with M4 produce an effective D4 independently produce integration of images, text and informed interactive an imaginative interactive and sound media product with media product with integration of images, text integration of P5 describe interactive and sound images, text and sound media work. M5 compare and contrast D5 evaluate interactive interactive media work. media work. Interim grade Interim grade Interim grade Final grade Assessor Date Date Date Date
    • Unit 1: Contextual References in Art and Design Credit value: 10 Unit 2: 2D Visual Communication Credit value: 5 Unit 3: 3D Visual Communication Credit value: 5 Unit 4: Using Ideas to Explore, Develop and Produce Art and Design Credit value: 10 Unit 5: Building an Art and Design Portfolio Credit value: 5 Unit 6: Working in the Art and Design Industry Credit value: 5 Unit 7: Working with Graphic Design Briefs Credit value: 10 Unit 12: Working with Interactive Media Briefs Credit value: 10 Qualification credit value: a minimum of 60 credits. Materials Needed • Flash Drive (Saving all Work) • Notebook (Software Knowledge) • Set of Pencils and Sharpener (Sketching) • Palette Knives (Research and Collage) • Metal Ruler (Mounting) • Pens • Paints: Acrylic and Gouache (Studio Materials) • Chalk, Charcoal, Markers and Fine Liners (Black) • Putty Rubber • Glue Sticks • Layout Paper A3 or Sketch Pads A3 • Folder A3 Please start to collect these items, as they will be vital to your progress on this course.
    • Policy for using college computer services Be aware that your use of college computer services is monitored, so only use them in supporting your work role within the college Do not change any of the system settings Report any faults directly to the IT Support Helpline - 3232 Do not install any software Do not make copies of any software Policy for using the Internet in college Only use the Internet to search for materials or information that is linked to your work role within the college The Internet must not be used for: Downloading illegal, offensive or obscene material Creating websites that are obscene, defamatory, infringe copyright, infringe personal liberties or promote extreme political views Creating commercial websites Opening any email service or chat rooms except college email Downloading program files, including gaming software or media files The downloading of any form of 'virus' software You must not send any offensive messages by college email If you send attachments to an email it must be under 10Mb in size The college is not responsible for what you send in emails, and can pass on your details to a suitable authority if anyone complains about an email you have sent Policy for using the college’s network systems Do not log on to anyone else’s account, access their files / emails, or destroy, copy, alter or move anyone else's files Do not store any illegal, copyrighted, offensive or obscene material in your network folder Do not create folders outside your home (cost centre) folder Do not change any access rights to folders on computers or network areas Do not store any material that is not connected to your work at the college Agreeing to this policy It is important that you understand your responsibilities, so if you are ever unsure about what is allowed consult the IT Support Helpline - 3232 Abusing the college's computer services can result in disciplinary action in accordance with the college's disciplinary processes, note that in specific cases your details will be passed to a suitable authority external to the college.Health and Safety
    • Learner Disciplinary Policy Aim The aim of this policy is to set out the informal and formal stages, which will be followed when a learner behaves in ways which go against the expected codes of conduct in the college, as set out in the Learner Handbook. Policy Statement This policy applies to all learners aged over 16 on 31st August in the current year. There is a separate policy and procedure for younger learners. The college wants all learners to succeed on their course and be well prepared to progress to the next level of learning or into employment. All learners attending courses at Liverpool Community College are expected to keep to the Learner Agreement about behaviour and work. This is set out in the Learner Handbook. Individual courses may have additional expectations linked to professional practice for example. These are set out clearly in the Course Guide or in other written instructions from college staff, such as those to do with work placement. If a learner behaves in a way which goes against the expected codes of conduct in the college or for the course, disciplinary action may be taken. Staff will give advice to learners during the early stages of the procedure. They may refer the learner to a learning mentor or Connexions personal adviser if this is appropriate. Young learners (16-18) who are dismissed will automatically be referred to Connexions. If a learner is in public care or has a learning difficulty and/or disability, the referral to Connexions applies up to the age of 25.
    • Equality and Diversity Policy Liverpool Community College is committed to the principles of Equality and Diversity for its learners, staff, partners, sub-contractors and stakeholders. This commitment underpins and impacts on every area of activity and influences how the College works and what it does. In accordance with the Equality Act 2006, Liverpool Community College will encourage and support the development of a society in which: · People’s ability to achieve their potential is not limited by prejudice or discrimination · There is respect for and protection of each individual’s human rights · There is respect for the dignity and worth of each individual · Each individual has an equal opportunity to participate in society · There is mutual respect between groups based on understanding and valuing of diversity and on shared respect for equality and human rights The College acknowledges the following basic rights for all its learners, staff, partners, sub-contractors and stakeholders: · To be treated with respect and dignity · To be treated fairly with regard to all procedures, assessments and choices · To receive encouragement to reach their full potential The College publicises this Policy through its charters for learners, parents and guardians, and employers. As part of its self-assessment the college produces an annual equality plan. Progress against this is measured each year and the full results detailed and appended with the current plan to the College Equality and Diversity Policy. This is available in full at the college LRCs, Learner Service Units, Centre Offices, DISCs and from senior managers. The College Intranet contains all the college policies. A summary is included in the College Strategic Plan (or its annual update) and in each Annual Report
    • Customer Support Your main point of contact with Customer Support will be through the centre offices, which are located on each main centre. The Customer Support Service is here to help you. Below you will find information about the services that we provide and help available to you. EMA - If you are aged between 16 and 19 years old you may be eligible to receive an Education Maintenance Allowance. ALG - If you are aged 19 or older you may be eligible to receive an Adult Learning Grant. TRAVEL SUPPORT – You may be able to get help with your travel costs to and from college STUDENT ATTENDANCE AND PERFORMANCE REWARD SCHEME – Rewards for 16-18 year olds (non EMA students) THE COLLEGE'S STUDENT SUPPORT FUND – Aged 16-18? Not eligible for EMA? Maybe we can help. INFORMATION ABOUT EXAMINATIONS Should you have any queries about any of the above just enquire at your nearest centre office at a main centre or if you attend an outreach centre talk to a customer support officer at that centre. Providing you with a quality service