Creative Practitioner Upskilling SCQF Level 6
What is special about this course?
This course will equip Creative Practitioners with a broad range of practical tools to enhance their professional skillset, covering self-employment skills, health and safety, copyright for creative practitioners, and project management. The module will also cover creative opportunities for practitioners, planning a creative workshop, accessibility awareness, and monitoring and evaluating an arts project. The module centres on online content developed by Shetland Arts with contributions from a wide range of Shetland based creative practitioners. Additional support is provided by video conference seminars. Assessment is by means of ‘real world’ practical exercises. All material will be accessible online from outside Shetland.
No formal requirements, but students will need a reasonable level of written English ability to successfully complete the modules’ assignments.
- Going Self Employed
- Health and Safety Awareness
- Introduction to Copyright
- Creative Project Management
- Creative Opportunities for Practitioners
- Planning a Creative Workshop
- Monitoring and Evaluating Arts Projects
- Accessibility Awareness
Students will need access to good quality broadband and a PC or laptop with microphone and camera.
How will I study my course?
- Part Time
- Distance learning
Online via a VLE and by live Videoconference
How long will my course last?9 Days
9 two hour VC sessions taught weekly as evening classes, supported by about 24 houses of VLE mediated and self directed learning and assessment
How will I be assessed?
- Completion of ‘real world’ administrative tasks such as tax return, risk assessment, copyright registration
- A 750-word creative project proposal
Where can I study my course?
27th Sept – 6th Dec (9 sessions with 2-week October break).
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
Fee waivers possible
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Apply for Creative Practitioner Upskilling SCQF Level 6
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