This course has a duration of 950 hours in a single 28-week academic year; this duration includes the end of course project and an internship in a company, studio or workshop.
CFGM subjects Screen Printing
Hours / Week
Hours / Year
History of the Culture and Art of the Book
Graphic Expression Techniques
Screen Printing Technique Workshop
Training and Work Orientation
Internship in a company
Total Hours: 950
Estimated Credits: 60
Who the course is aimed at
This training is aimed at students who are interested in the art world and have abilities such as manual dexterity, motor skills, visual perception, organizational skills, creativity, attention and concentration. It is orientated around training professionals to be qualified to perform their work in screen printing companies that operate in the supply sector and serigraph printing field.
Students that obtain a qualification in Screen Printing will have reached objectives such as:
- Understanding the traditional and current techniques of this specialism.
- Interpreting works with an artistic sensibility and obtaining an in-depth understanding of the technical specifications.
- Solving artistic and technical problems that may arise during the production process.
- Being aware of and using sensibly the preventive measures applicable to the production procedures.
By completing this course you will be directly linked to the employment market for screen printing companies that operate in the supplies sector, have serigraph printing as their main activity, or use it in one of their marking departments. The main areas of work in this field include: supplies, signage, billboards, ceramic decals, graphic works, textile markings, commercial adhesives and posters.