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Stained Glass/Copper Foil for All

Crafts

Course outline

Learn the skills that enable you to produce a stained glass piece of work, using the copper foil technique. You will learn how to score and cut glass, grinding, filing and soldering.

Next steps

It is no longer possible to enrol on this course, however, we may be running the course again in the future!

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Qualification

NCFE Award in Creative Craft

Duration

14 weeks

Level Other
Entry requirements

This course is suitable for beginners or those who have already completed a NCFE level 1 course(s) at the Textile Workshop and are interested in progressing your skills.

Teaching & assessment

There is no formal assessment and tutors will give ongoing verbal feedback. You will be encouraged to set your own personal targets.You will complete a short workbook in class with the tutor's guidance.

Progression

Other arts, crafts and textile courses.

Additional information

All tools and safety equipment are provided. You will need provide your own glass materials to make items. The cost of the glass depends on what you wish to make. To get an idea of glass costs, search “glass suppliers”. You will need to pay £10 directly to the tutor for ongoing consumables used during the course.

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