Apprenticeships in Art and Design Courses in London

Apprenticeships in Art and Design Courses

Are you creative? Do you have good attention to detail? Careers in design encompass a huge range of skills and occupations from Graphic Designers working in Marketing teams to interior designers and even working with construction companies. Whilst the range of careers and sectors are diverse there are many similar skills required, Designers come up with concepts and work closely with teams to realise these creative ambitions. You may already work at a Creative Agency, and if so get in touch to see how studying (and working) on a Design Apprenticeship can help your career and if you're looking to develop a career in the sector get in touch with KCC Works and see how pre-apprenticeship training can help you!

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Courses and Fees

  • Design Apprenticeship Level 3 ( 15WBL501 )

    Level 3


    Do you have a creative eye and good attention to detail? An Apprenticeship in design could well be for you. The Apprenticeship covers all main areas of design ranging from graphics to product design. Design is a broad term, and designers can work in a range of industries including fashion, furniture, manufacturing and media. While each industry requires specific skills, all designers work to come up with a concept that both serves a purpose and looks good. It’s a challenging and creative role. Please Note: Apprenticeship courses are available for enrolment at any time of the year. The days and times of study are flexible. If you are already employed in the sector contact us to find out more about our apprenticeships. If you are looking for work in this area please also get in contact to find out about our pre-apprenticeship training! Telephone: 020 7573 5322 or E-mail:

    View our Current Apprenticeships
    Code Location Start Weeks Times Lecturer.
    15WBL501-01 Kensington Centre 01 Aug 15 34 Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri Various TBA

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