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Historic Craft Practices - Clocks

West Dean College

  • September, 2020 Start Date

  • 2 years Duration

  • Full Time Study Mode

  • £12390.00 Course Fee

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Course Description

Equip yourself for a career in clock-making and working with dynamic objects by acquiring the practical and technical skills, the theory, principles and techniques used in historic horological manufacture. The programme begins with practical exercises to help you establish hand and machine tool skills relating to historic craft practices in clock-making.
You will make your own clock before working on a range of historic clocks; this bench-based activity is integrated with theory and professional practice. Learn how to combine and use this knowledge when making treatment decisions as a professional practitioner.

Equip yourself for a career in clock-making and working with dynamic objects by acquiring the practical and technical skills, the theory, principles and techniques used in historic horological manufacture. The programme begins with practical exercises to help you establish hand and machine tool skills relating to historic craft practices in clock-making. You will make your own clock...

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Course Content

  • To develop excellent practical skills through object-based treatments
  • To learn the principles and techniques of historical horological manufacture and repair
  • To work on historic objects

To develop excellent practical skills through object-based treatments To learn the principles and techniques of historical horological manufacture and repair To work on historic...

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Available Dates

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West Dean College

Full Time, 2 years

September, 2020

£12390.00

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Entry Requirements

UCAS tariff points:120, completion of a level 3 qualification, for example A-Levels, BTEC, or Foundation Diploma in Art and Design.

Applicants can be considered if they can provide evidence of prior learning with an appropriate portfolio of work.

International applicants should provide a digital portfolio, evidence of English language ability to level B2 (IELTS 6.0) as well as equivalent level 3 qualifications.

UCAS tariff points:120, completion of a level 3 qualification, for example A-Levels, BTEC, or Foundation Diploma in Art and Design. Applicants can be considered if they can provide evidence of prior learning with an appropriate portfolio of work. International applicants should provide a digital portfolio, evidence of English language ability to level B2 (IELTS 6.0) as well...

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Source: hesa.ac.uk

  • UCAS Points0

  • Employment Rate75%

  • Average Graduate SalaryN/A

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