This one year level 2 course takes place at Kensington Centre two days a week – Monday and Tuesday or our Chelsea Centre on Thursday and Fridays. You will be introduced to all aspects of early years practice from keeping children safe to legislation and theoretical perspectives.
Work placement.
You will be required to complete 250 hours in placement or work (12 hours or 2 days a week), you need to demonstrate a willingness and competence at assistant level in work with babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers, you will be supported in achieving this.
What background and qualifications do you need?
You need good English to take the course, and an interest in working with children.
What does the course lead to?
The course gives you a level 2 qualification which is an assistant role qualification. This means you can work in early years but must be supervised at all times. You can then apply to attend the level 3 course (there is no automatic entry)
How is the course assessed?
The course is assessed throughout the year. There are 12 assessed assignments. These could be an essay, report, or a presentation or piece of group work . All pieces of work are at level 2
You will be assessed in your placement or work by our professional assessor to ensure you are implementing the best practice you are learning in the classroom.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

This course has been developed to give you skills relevant to a variety of media areas including Web Design, Photography, Research Techniques, Audio, Video Production and Graphics. You will begin by learning about how the design process works through the study of research techniques, planning methods and developmental skills. You will then implement the software to create a digital project based around web design and graphics. In the second term you will study digital photography, web animation techniques and sound, and you will develop the skills covered in term one. In the third term you will create a personal project that will encompass a range of skills and techniques learned in the first two terms.
Throughout the three terms the course covers a wide range of digital media techniques including Research, Design Development, Digital Graphics (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), Digital Photography, Web Banner creation, Web Development (WordPress, Dreamweaver).
Projects will provide you with skills and understanding in various areas but will also allow the flexibility for you to develop your own personal style. This will provide you with a varied body of work that will build into an excellent digital portfolio ready for application onto higher-level courses.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

This course is designed to cover the fundamental skills relevant to Graphic Design, including drawing development, a variety of art based tasks designed to increase your creative thinking, basic typography, elements of design, and computer skills. It is a project based ‘hands-on’ course that will encourage you to develop ideas and practical skills to enable you to design a range of graphic design ‘pieces’.

Throughout the course you will be encouraged to develop your drawing and making skills through a wide range of classroom activities. You will investigate the elements of Graphic Design and will spend time learning some software application skills from the Adobe Creative Suite. In term one, through the study of design concepts, and the implementation of the software you will create a digital project based around a given topic. In the second term you will develop your skills to create more complex work on a given topic. In the third term you will choose a subject around which to develop a self-initiated project to best showcase your skills.

Throughout the course you will cover a wide range of Art and Design techniques including drawing with a variety of mediums over a range of subject and methods, colour theory, line, tone, texture etc., packaging basics, page layout, typography, size/scale etc. You will develop sketchbook work every term as a basis of presenting your work for assessment and, and use digital graphics (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) to develop your designs and ideas.

Projects will provide you with skills and understanding in various areas but will also allow the flexibility for you to develop your own personal style. This will provide you with a varied body of work that will build into a portfolio suitable for application onto higher-level courses.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

This course runs over 2 days per week for adults – Mondays and Tuesdays from 10:00 to 4:00 (and 3 days for students who are under 19 working with interior design and architecture topics)

The course is project based and students are given encouragement and support to develop their personal ideas. There is also a strong commitment to the development of 2D and 3D on glass making skills as a tool for the communication of ideas. This programme covers a variety of techniques from architectural stained glass, surface decoration on glass, mould making as well as kiln formed glass.

Alongside studio practice, this course covers general art and design principles, history of design, drawing skills and colour theory. Course activities include museum and gallery visits, liaison with trade and industry and exploration into the context of contemporary art and design practice in the 21st century. Using these experiences students will access a relevant network and produce a portfolio of design work to prepare them for the next level of study or work.

Our aim is to provide a sound base of skills and knowledge, while enhancing self-confidence and revealing the potential career opportunities On completing the course you can choose to progress onto the Level 3 Glass Certificate or the Interior design Diploma, present your completed portfolio for university, or apply for one of the many jobs in the design industry within the sector.

Do not miss this opportunity; enrol now as the courses fill up fast! For further information contact Maria.Zulueta@morleycollege.ac.uk

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

This course runs over 2 days per week – Mondays and Tuesdays from 10:00 to 4:00 (3 days for students who are under 19)

This course in interior design and architecture gives you the opportunity to explore the vast subject of Interior Design and Architecture.
Based in our specialist design studios you will work on projects that mirror those in industry, taught by experienced interior designers and architects. The course also includes visits to museums, comprehensive careers advice and for Under-19s teaching in English, maths and ICT.
You will explore through a series of exciting and challenging projects how to work to a brief, survey and plan small to medium-scale residential and retail spaces. You will experience the process of creativity through testing ideas, architectural model making, freehand and orthographic drawing, styling with colour and materials, photography and computer-aided design drawing. Discovering what other designers are doing now and in the past will underpin each project.
On completing the course you can choose to progress onto the Level 3 Diploma, present your completed portfolio for university, or apply for one of the many jobs in the design industry.
Adults will be required to attend for 2 days a week and Under-19s for three days per week.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

ENROLMENT INFORMATION: there are various ways to enrol, please go to our home page or www.kcc.ac.uk/enrol2020

ECDL Extra is a fixed combination of Level 2 ITQ units leading to this internationally recognised IT qualification. Extra introduces applications such as word processing and spreadsheet software. This course provides students with the IT skills and abilities needed to build on existing knowledge, motivate further learning, and improve their employability in a wide range of fields and industries.

What units does this Qualification cover?
The qualification consists of 4 mandatory units.
– Word Processing Software
– Presentation Software
– Spreadsheet Software
– Improving Productivity

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

A course for aspiring producers with a passion for music. Students should have some music production experience and a desire to develop their skills and progress to further studies in music.

Course Length & Timetable
A one year full time programme, involving classes on 4 days per week during term-time.

Course Content
Course modules include Music Sequencing, DJ Skills, Digital Recording, Podcast Production, Composing For Media and How The Music Industry Works.

Entry Requirements
A minimum of five GCSEs at grade 2 or above (including English and Maths) and a successful audition. Applicants should prepare for an interview, a presentation of their music, a written task and a listening exercise

Qualification
A nationally recognised Level 2 Diploma equivalent to 4 GCSEs. Accredited by RSL Awards.

Progression
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music Performance & Production.

Fees
If you are aged 16-18 on 1st September of the academic year, and you have been resident in the UK / EU for the previous 3 years, you will be entitled to FREE TUITION.
Click here to find out more about The Rhythm Studio and Kensington & Chelsea College’s music course delivery, including open days, masterclasses, industry partnerships and progression routes.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

This 2 day a week substantial course is designed to provide you with a range of fundamental jewellery and silversmithing skills. It is a project based, hands on course which will encourage you to develop ideas, practical skills and knowledge through benchwork, drawing, the study of design principles, and making links with industry.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

This course provides an outstanding platform to progress onto higher level programmes both within Kensington and Chelsea College and beyond. Students are taught the fundamentals of fashion design, fashion illustration, graphics, textiles techniques, CAD, history of fashion, garment manipulation, pattern construction and general art design processes. This course also includes regular field trips to museums and galleries.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

This one year Level 2 course takes place at both the Kensington Centre on Thursdays or the Chelsea Centre on Fridays.

The course is aimed at those who wish to become teaching assistants or learning support assistants in a school setting.

You will be introduced to all aspects of supporting teaching and learning practice including safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, communication and professional relationships with children, promoting positive behaviour and equality, diversity and inclusion.

Work Placement
You will be required to complete a minimum of 185 hours in placement in a school.

What background and qualifications do you need?
You need good spoken and written English to take the course and an interest in working with children in schools.

What does the course lead to?
The course gives you a Level 2 qualification which is an assistant role qualification. This means you can work as a teaching assistant.

Where will I study?
The course runs at both campuses.

What are the facilities and equipment like?
The course is run in a dedicated classroom. It has computers for all students to use. You can also bring in your laptop. The college has a library/study centre on both sites where you can work in silence or in small groups. You also have access to its books and ebooks.

How is the course assessed?
The course is assessed throughout the year. There are 10 written assignments which are assessed by the course tutor. All pieces of work are at level 2.
You will also be assessed in your placement or work by our professional assessor to ensure that you are implementing the best practice which you are learning in college. You will have 2 assessments throughout the year.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

On this course, you will build upon existing pattern cutting skills (e.g. from prior Level 1 study or other relevant experience) to learn a range of the specialist pattern cutting techniques – such as block-making and fitting – used in contemporary fashion.Covering some of the more advanced pattern developments, such as blocks, style developments, collars and a range of style adaptations – as well as garment-making techniques- we aim to equip students with a thorough training in pattern cutting. You will be taught design development to support you in developing your own garments. Students consistently produce work of the highest standard on this course and leave with a strong portfolio to support job applications.Students should have basic garment making, numeracy and literacy skills, as well as having Pattern Cutting experience.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

For those with a keen interest in millinery. This course is aimed to develop your creativity, research and design skills alongside technical abilities. The practical nature of the course is supported with historical and contextual studies, visits to museums and project work.
This is a mixed level group suitable for intermediate to advance level in millinery.

City & Guilds Millinery factsheet

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

ENROLMENT INFORMATION: there are various ways to enrol, please go to our home page or www.kcc.ac.uk/enrol2020

Students who wish to build their practical skills quickly should choose the AAT Foundation Certificate in Bookkeeping. This qualification allows students to develop specialised skills or to gain recognition for the skills that they already have.
Studying this qualification will give students confidence in manual bookkeeping. This may support them in entering employment or in improving their career prospects. The qualification may help students to enter a financial administration role, help them to gain a promotion or give them the skills to support the financial processes within their own business.
This qualification would be an ideal next step for students who have already studied accountancy and bookkeeping with AAT.
The AAT Foundation Certiificate in Bookkeeping will take approximately 12 weeks to complete, but this will depend on the study method and course timetable.

Fee concessions may be available depending on your individual circumstances

ENROLMENT INFORMATION: there are various ways to enrol, please go to our home page or www.kcc.ac.uk/enrol2020

Preparation for IELTS is the course for you to choose if you are planning to take a degree course in this country and you need tuition to prepare you to take the IELTS exam – which will give you the required level of English to succeed in Higher Education.

ENROLMENT INFORMATION: there are various ways to enrol, please go to our home page or www.kcc.ac.uk/enrol2020

Preparation for Proficiency is a course which prepares you to take the Cambridge Proficiency exam. This is a very high level course, and will enable you to progress at work or into higher education.