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This class builds upon the concepts of an introductory education class and tailors its instruction specifically to those who want to teach art courses. Students in an art teaching class learn about the best ways to present art to children and learn how to teach a range of art media, from drawing to painting using various mediums. 

Almost every form of artwork begins with drawing, making this class extremely important. In this class, students learn about spacing, proportion, perspective, copying, coloring, figurative drawing and deconstructionism. Most drawing classes require students to take traditional exams and work on an artistic portfolio, both of which count towards their grades. This rudimentary art class is mandatory for anyone interested in teaching art courses.  

This course is meant to give beginners a strong foundation in Visual Art. Students are introduced to the basics of sketching, drawing and painting in various media. The course also includes technique training and theory discussions aided by practical work.  

Students will study important concepts such as color & composition, tonal values, perspective, negative spacing, anatomy study and much more. Technique study would include topics such as texturing, measuring, using viewfinders, under painting etc. Students will also be guided towards developing their own personal style of painting.  

Overall, the course is meant to break down inhibitions, dispel myths and make the student a confident artist. During the course, the students will learn the following media:  


Flexi timing.  A total of 125 sessions (250 hours)

Drawing media like:  

  • Pastel 
  • Pencil
  • Calligraphy Pen 
  • Crayon 

Painting Media Like: 

  • Oil 
  • Acrylic 
  • Water Colours 
  • Poster Colour


An internship is a period of work experience in an organisation on a particular assignment / work. Internship for 10 Sessions is an integral part of the Konsult Certified Art Teacher Training Programme.

Focus Area:

  • Fundamentals of Drawing
  • Freehand Drawing
  • Drawing Measurement
  • Drawing -Memory / Imaginative
  • Sketching Techniques
  • Projection Drawing –Perspective
  • Colour Theory & Practice
  • Poster Colours
  • Charcoal & Pastels
  • Fashion Illustration
  • Water Colours
  • Oil Painting Pallette
  • Knife Techniques
  • Calligraphy
  • Typography
  • 3D Crafts
  • Portraits
  • Cartoons and Caricature
  • Imaginative Drawing - various mediums
  • Portfolio
  • Internship - Art Teaching | Painting
  • Project Work - Art Appreciation

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A portfolio is a collection of your work, which shows how your skills and ideas have developed over a period of time. It demonstrates your creativity, personality, abilities and commitment, and helps us to evaluate your potential.


When we assess a portfolio, the research and processes you have used to develop your work are as important as the final work itself. We are particularly interested in your most recent work presented in best possible manner.


Art Portfolio:


Each week, the student will undertake a practical project which will encourage using drawing and research to expand and develop personal ideas exploring a range of techniques and skills, which the student will be required to follow up in their own time between classes. 


The course will look at ways to integrate art practices, research and contextual awareness using a sketchbook and through a series of development works suitable for presentation for the ‘mini-portfolio’ as well as preparation of a portfolio to take to interview. Advice will be given on strategies for recording and evidencing work to reveal the student’s strengths and main interests. Emphasis will be placed on ways to select, edit and present the work suitable for a portfolio presentation.

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