|Domestic student fee||$2,864* (per year)|
|Intakes||Semester 2, On Demand|
|Location||Tokoroa, Taupo, Whakatane|
|Further study||New Zealand Certificate in Arts and Design (Level 4) New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 5) New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 6) Bachelor of Creative Technologies|
|*Fees are applicable to study in 2017 and are indicative only; fees will vary depending on the courses selected, and/or course-related costs where applicable.|
|All of our full-time programmes qualify for student loans and allowances through StudyLink. Many part-time programmes also qualify. Apply online at www.studylink.govt.nz or phone 0800 88 99 00. Apply early to help avoid enrolment and payment delays.|
This is a hands-on programme where you will develop your creativity, experiment with materials and techniques, and gain an insight into this exciting industry.
In this one-semester programme, you will develop introductory skills in arts, crafts and/or design, and learn how to apply these creative processes and techniques to meet an artistic brief and creative outcome. If you want to explore your creativity or perhaps you are considering a career in the creative sector but are not ready for a degree, then this is a great first step. Our tutors are all practising artists and can help you achieve your goals.
Small businesses in arts, crafts and/or design
To achieve the award of the New Zealand Certificate in Arts and Design (Level 3), you must pass a total of 60 credits.
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
- Apply introductory skills and conventions in arts, craft and/or design to investigate and produce work.
- Apply creative processes and techniques to solve problems in response to a brief.
- Demonstrate introductory work practices in arts, craft and/or design, and explore potential education and employment pathways.
- Collaborate with others, and reflect on, select and present work
Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations.
You will be assessed for your ability to meet the academic, and health and safety requirements of the programme.
Academic credit may be granted for relevant learning achieved prior to your enrolment on a course or programme.
Evidence of English language competency must be provided if English is not your first language.
CREA.3100 Creative Culture: Ahurea Auaha
CREA.3101 Creative Project: Hinonga Auaha
CREA.3102 2D Design: Hoahoa Ahu-2
CREA.3103 3D Design: Hoahoa Ahu-3
CREA.3104 Maori Design: Hoahoa Māori
CREA.3105 Maori Weaving: Raranga
Page last updated: 25 Sep 2017