Intermediate vocational training courses
Our Intermediate Vocational Training Courses are part of the new education plan for Plastic Arts and Design and are linked to studies prior to completing Obligatory Secondary Education. They provide comprehensive, specific training in professions related to the arts and offer students the opportunity to learn both traditional and modern techniques. These courses allow students to examine real-life production in greater depth at the level of a qualified professional in a specific trade or occupation. At the end of the course, students will earn an Intermediate Certificate in the corresponding profession and will be able to access the Baccalaureate in Arts.
To access the Intermediate Vocational Training Courses in Plastic Arts and Design offered by the school, students must meet one of the following academic requirements:
- Have a Certificate of of Compulsory Secondary Education (LOE).
- Have a Certificate of Graduate in Compulsory Secondary Education (LOGSE).
- Have a Technical Assistant Certificate (First Level Professional Training of General Law on Education and Financing of Education Reform 14/1970 of 4 August).
- Have an Intermediate Certificate (Intermediate Vocational Training Courses).
- Have a Baccalaureate qualification.
- Have passed the second year of the first experimental course of reformed secondary education.
- Have passed the third year of the 1963 study plan, or the second year of the experimental core courses in Applied Arts and Artistic Professions.
- Have passed other studies deemed equivalent to any of the above for academic purposes.
- Have completed the first two years of the Bachillerato Unificado Polivalente (BUP), provided that a maximum of two subjects are accredited as remaining pending across the two years (Order EDU/1603/2009 of 10 June, establishing equivalence with the Certificate of Graduate in Compulsory Secondary Education and the Baccalaureate governed by Organic Law 2/2006 of 3 May on Education).