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UAL Level 2 and 3 Award in Printmaking

The UAL Level 2 and 3 Award in Printmaking has been designed to provide students with an exciting and challenging experience which will introduce them to the rigours and rewards of exploring and working within this creativity activity.

The qualifications, whilst allowing learners to build on prior experience, will require them to approach new intellectual and material challenges, designed to deliver an independent critical understanding and extended skills base.

These qualifications form part of our 'Creative Framework' suite of qualifications and have been designed and written by a team of practitioners working in the sector.

Contact

To find out more about the academic content of this qualification please contact academic.awarding@arts.ac.uk.

For all non-academic enquires please chose an appropriate department via our Contact Us page.

Printing block with ampersand engraving
Artwork by Dan Mather Caption

Qualifications at a glance

Award Level 2

  • Units - 2
  • TQT (hours) - 100
  • GLH - 60
  • Typical course duration - 6-8 weeks
  • UCAS points (Pass/Merit/Distinction) - N/A
  • QAN - 500/9672/2

Award Level 3

  • Units - 2
  • TQT (hours) - 100
  • GLH - 60
  • Typical course duration - 6-8 weeks
  • UCAS points (Pass/Merit/Distinction) - N/A
  • QAN - 501/0680/6

Specification and documents

UAL Level 2 and 3 Award in Printmaking specification (PDF 3.7MB)

UAL Level 2 and 3 Award in Printmaking specification - Welsh language (PDF 3.7MB)

Stakeholder support

This qualification has been developed in collaboration with subject practitioners and further education colleges to ensure that it provides learners with the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to prepare learners for employment and/or support a role in the workplace.

Working with us

Interested in delivering the UAL Level 2 and 3 Award and Certificate in Printmaking?

Visit the Working with us page for information on the approval process for new and existing centres.