We are pleased to confirm that the Cambridge Technicals (2012 suite) in Art and Design have been extended to the new review dates shown in the table below:
*Review date: This is the date by which OCR will have reviewed the qualification’s fitness for purpose. Please note we will have informed centres of the status of the qualification in advance of this date.
Further details about the Cambridge Technicals can be found in our Cambridge Technicals Explained document.
The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has published the list of qualifications where funding is being withdrawn in England. This includes 24 of our non-examined assessment Level 3 2012 Cambridge Technicals. All 2016 Cambridge Technicals qualifications are unaffected.
We have no plans at present to withdraw any of our 2012 Cambridge Technicals qualifications since they are used across the UK. We’ll help you to identify your options, including moving to the 2016 Cambridge Technicals.
Funding in England will continue for those students who begin their study before August 2020 up to their completion.
This qualification provides an understanding of art, design and craft through engagement with the work of artists and designers. Students have the opportunity to gain practical and creative skills by working with the 2D and 3D materials, processes and techniques of their choice. Available options include photography, graphic design, 3D, fine art and fashion.
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