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Ceramics - Throwing - Part-time

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Course outline

Working in our well-resourced ceramics department, you will be guided through the main hand-building techniques of pinching, coiling and slabbing but there will be an emphasis on throwing on the potter’s wheel.

If this is a method you have wanted to try, or improve on your technique, this is your opportunity. Alongside this you will be taught a range of different decorative processes using coloured slips and glazing techniques.

Under the guidance and support of your tutor, the aim is for you to build a good foundation of skills and knowledge and understand the importance of safe studio practice so you gain the confidence to work independently on your own ideas.

How to enrol onto this course

You can enrol on this course by telephone or in person. Click below to find out how!

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Location Date / time Fees / reductions


25 Stoney Street

Date / time:

Start: 22nd April 2020

End: 1st July 2020

Time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Day: Wednesday

Fees / reductions:

Tuition fee: £155

Additional costs:

  • Materials fee: £10

No fee reductions available. All students pay the same fee.

Course code: C029667 / Q029668


College Certificate


10 weeks

Level Other
Entry requirements

This course is aimed at both beginners and those who have more ceramic experience.


There is on going practical assessment.


You can continue to build on skills learnt on the next Ceramic Throwing course.

Additional information

Please wear practical clothing.

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