Jewellery & Art Metalcraft
QQI Art Metalwork Level 6, Code 6M4206
If you want to continue your education in Art metalwork to a second year and achieve a QQI Level 6 award then you may. The emphasis of the course is self-learning and the practical side of the course is divided into four main modules – Jewellery Making, Silver-smithing, Surface Treatment and Metal Finishing. Each module has practical skills to be learned and a project cantered around a brief written by the student. The other part of the course is geared to improving skills such as Drawing design and communications.
|6N3985||Fine Metal Finishing|
|6N3986||Metal Surface Treatments|
|Fee Exemptions may apply ⇒|
|Student Services||€ 250|
|Gov PLC Fee||€ 200|
QQI Level 5 Award in Art Metalwork or in a related area is required
Students should present examples of their creative work at interview
One-year full time
Participants will be required to undertake 10 days of work placement in a relevant location. The College will assist participants in identifying suitable placements.
Sells, designs, makes and repairs wearable and decorative or functional objects such as rings, earrings, necklaces, watches and tableware using both precious and non-precious metals and stones, and other materials such as glass, plastic, paper and fabrics.
Education Progression Opportunities
IADT and Dún Laoghaire : AD101, AD202, DL827
QQI Level 6 awards may have advanced entry options into some Higher Education Institutions.