Course Description:

Individual project in Ceramics Research in either and or studio and industrial setting. Ceramics tasks based on selected theme, or re-designing a specific product(s) locally produced, under the guidance and supervision of the selected lecturers. Theory and practice in refractory raw materials, fire bricks, mortars, kilns:- updraft and down draft. Cross draft kilns and electric kiln use, continuous firing kilns, industrial kilns and fuels.

Course Objectives / Aims

  • To train learners in real life ceramics through research and production using available and sustainable ceramic materials.
  • To allow learners to use problem based learning with full participation of all involved.
  • To strengthen confidence and maturity amongst learners in handling clients and community demands.
  • To equip learners with life long skills in tackling in kiln materials, production and use
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Ceramics III IFA 3114 DOC PDF PS