What are the Middle Grade Training Cycles in Plastic Arts and Design?
The Middle Grade Training Cycles in Plastic Arts and Design They offer you training in the different areas of applied arts and artistic trades, with the aim of ensuring that graduates are capable of making good use of the instruments, techniques, tools and materials to carry out the tasks of the profession for the that have been prepared during the studies.
These training cycles last between one and two years, including a Training period in the educational center, a practice phase in companies, studios or workshops and the realization of a final project.
After completing your studies, you will be able to carry out an artistic-professional activity, taking into account both the most current artistic techniques and classical artisans, and you will obtain the title of Technician or Technician of Plastic Arts and Design in the corresponding specialty.
You can also choose to continue training to expand your job placement opportunities when you want to access the job market.
Access routes to the CFGM of Plastic Arts and Design
To access a Middle Grade Training Cycle in Visual Arts and Design it will be necessary that meet at least one of the following requirements:
- Have obtained the Graduated in Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) or an equivalent degree for academic purposes (Plastic Arts and Design Technician, Common Courses of Applied Arts and Artistic Trades studies, Auxiliary Technician or Professional Training Technician) and pass a specific test access in certain cases.
- Overcome the general entrance test to intermediate level training cycles and a specific test access.
- Complete the access course to medium-level training cycles, taught in some autonomous communities, and pass a specific test access.
Each Autonomous Community establishes access priorities and in addition, each access road has a percentage of reserved places. Therefore, it is recommended that you inform yourself in depth about the admission process.
Specific access test
The specific access test assesses whether the person who wishes to access these studies has the necessary knowledge and skills to demonstrate that such teaching will be successfully carried outs.
The students will be exempt from this test specific access code whenever you are in one of the following situations:
- Be in possession of the title of Technician or Superior Technician of Plastic Arts and Design from a professional family related to the one you want to study.
- Be in possession of the Baccalaureate degree in the artistic modality.
- Have completed the Common Courses of Applied Arts and Artistic Trades studies.
- Have obtained a higher degree in Plastic Arts, Design or Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Assets, or equivalent degrees.
- Have completed a degree or bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Architecture, or Technical Engineering in Industrial Design.
- Prove work experience of at least one year, directly related to the professional skills of the specialty to which you want to access.
How do you access a Middle Grade Training Cycle in Plastic Arts and Design?
Training offer of CFGM of Plastic Arts and Design
Departures and connections with other studios
Once you have completed a Middle Grade Training Cycle in Plastic Arts and Design, you will be able to continue training. Some of the possibilities for continue your studies are: