Edexcel A level Applied Art and Design (2008)

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Our Edexcel A level in Applied Art and Design is a work-related qualification that explores working methods linked to industry practice. Students will develop an understanding of art and design methods and principles and develop their practical skills, techniques and processes to a standard that allows progression to further study or training.

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Specification

Edexcel A Level Art and Design specification
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Qualification type:
Applied AS and A level
Subject:
Art and Design
Specification codes:
AS Single Award (8711),
AS Double Award (8712),
A level Single Award (9711),
A level Double Award (9712),
A level AS Additional (9713)
Availability:
UK and international
First teaching:
2008
First assessment:
2009

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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Art and Design is a work-related qualification designed to give students an understanding of art and design methods and principles and explore working methods linked to industry practice.

You will use primary and secondary sources to teach understanding of how creative focuses are interrelated and influence each other.

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Susan Young, Art, Design and Media subject advisor
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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Art and Design will help you develop practical Art and Design skills, techniques and processes by applying working methods used by sector professionals, both as individuals and as part of a team, as well as with clients, commissioners and audiences. You’ll understand how creative focuses are interrelated and influence each other, and explore working methods linked to industry practice.

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