This course involves practical studio and location work. It enables students to develop drawing and observational skills and to explore creativity and personal expression through a broad range of creative processes including Sculpture, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Painting and Drawing. All projects are broad enough to allow students to develop a portfolio suitable to their particular interests – Fine Art, Design, Animation etc. Visits to various art gallery’s throughout Ireland takes place during the college term to inform, develop and stimulate the students’ knowledge of the arts. Work experience takes place throughout the year. It involves two weeks of work placement, artists talks and weekly tutorials. Learners may also choose to progress their studies into Higher Education through the Higher Education Links Scheme.
QQI Level 5 Award in Art, Craft and Design (5M1984)
This is a practical course where learning takes place primarily in an art room.
SCFE has developed a style of teaching to meet the needs of a diverse community of learners.
Whenever possible, we use a Learn-by-Doing approach to make the learning experience more realistic and enjoyable.
We provide learning supports that are tailored to meet the needs of individual learners.
The following are the most relevant courses;
Atlantic Technological University - Sligo Campus
Please note that all QQI Further Education graduates who hold a major Level 5 or Level 6 award are eligible to apply for any IT Sligo programme through the CAO system.
ATU - Galway
Technological University Dublin
MTU - Crawford College of Art & Design
TUS - Limerick School of Art & Design
National College of Art & Design
(The following exemption may apply: Medical Card Holders - €50 Exam Fee)
This is full-time one-year course and runs from September to May
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A new National Common Awards System (CAS) is being introduced by QQI for Further Education and Training programmes. Sligocfe reserves the right to make changes in any course, to limit the number of places available or to withdraw a course. No part of this information shall be deemed to form a contract between the Institute and a student or third party.