3D Design and Craft
What is 3D Design and Craft?
The BTEC 3D Design & Craft course mixes theory and hands-on experiences. It explores a wide variety of three-dimensional practices to allow learners to develop an impressive body of work.
What will I study?
The content of the qualification relates directly to the skills and understanding needed for employment and further study in 3D Design and Crafts and the qualification has been developed with consultation from employers. Learners will develop knowledge and understanding through eight mandatory units. The content of the qualification allows learners to explore materials, techniques and processes in depth and to refine their technical skills through units such as Unit 37: 3D Model Making and Unit 39: Working to Scale.
How is the course assessed?
There are eight mandatory units, six internal and two external. Learners must complete and achieve at Near Pass grade or above in all mandatory external units and achieve a Pass or above in all mandatory internal units. Learners must complete all four mandatory internal units, as well as completing 1 optional unit.
Who should study 3D Design and Craft?
The Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in 3D Design and Crafts is equivalent in size to two A Levels and it is aimed at learners who want to progress to employment in this sector. You should consider this course if you have aspirations to work in a creative industry; are able to work to deadlines; are resourceful and have a natural curiosity in how products are made and work.