Are you creative and want to learn new skills? From painting to life drawing we have the courses for you...
Whether you want to improve your watercolour skills or develop a portfolio of artwork to gain access to University, we have a class to suit your needs and aspirations.
Every one of our Visual and Performing Arts courses is practical and hands-on, encouraging you to try out your ideas and gain new skills. Training in the arts allows you to explore your interests, develop confidence, discover new talents and enhance your creativity. You can choose an accredited or an adult safeguarded learning class.
On completion of one of our Art, Design & Media courses, you could progress to one of the many Art, Design & Fine Art programmes offered at the University of Bolton, leading to a host of careers including photographer, artist, fashion designer or games designer.
|Art & Design:
Fashion Design & Needlecraft:
Ceramics & Stained Glass:
Interested? View our range of courses below...
Our Creative Media courses are delivered by highly experienced tutors using the latest technology and web packages.
We'll help your creativity bloom via a variety of Floristry courses, suitable for beginners to the more advanced. You'll be trained in skills such as sourcing flowers, pricing flowers, funeral work and wedding work.
Our Stained Glass courses include Tiffany-style pieces, sun catchers, lampshades, traditional leaded lights, glass painting and kiln fired colours, plus so much more.
Floristry courses are quite rare, so this was a great find on Google. The course is really creative, you can add your own style and spin to your arrangements. There’s a great team spirit in class with everyone helping each other out, and the College is really friendly too.
Matthew Lewty, Floristry Award Level 1
I studied Art & Design Level 3 previously and then decided to specialise in photography. I love taking portraits and photos of animals, and I'm also helping to promote a disability club by taking photos of their events in my spare time. I want to progress to Level 3 and then work as a self-employed photographer; I love the idea of having my own studio and I've already created a bit of a logo for myself! I'm determined to achieve this, regardless of my disability.
Krystal Ralphson, Digital Photography Level 2