If you have any of the following GCSE subjects and achieved a grade 4 or above in: Art, Product Design, Resistant materials, Graphics, Engineering, Electronics.
What is 3D Design?
A Level 3D Design is a two-year art based course which allows students to be creative and expressive with their ideas and designs in both a 2dimensional and 3dimensional form. Projects are devised to help students understand the fundamental process of design through research, design development and final outcomes. Students are encouraged through experimentation with materials such as wood, wire, paper and clay and learning a wide range of techniques.
Component 1: Personal Investigation
Learners should produce two elements:
A portfolio of practical work showing their personal response to either a starting point, brief, scenario or stimulus, devised and provided by the learner or centre
A related study: an extended response of a guided minimum of 1000 words.
Percentage of total mark: 60%
Component 2: Externally set assignment
Percentage of total mark: 40%
3D Design gives you a wide range of transferable skills which will support you in Higher Education and the workplace. 3D Design allows you the opportunity to use equipment and materials found in industry to help you prepare for your future career.
Architecture: Commercial, Industrial, Landscape and Residential