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How to become an art editor

Art editors make sure that magazines or other printed publications look good and are easy to read. As an art editor, your tasks would typically include: laying out pages and making sure the most suitable graphics and photographs are used discussing ideas with colleagues like journalists and editorial staff commissioning,

How to become an architectural technician or technologist

Architectural technicians and architectural technologists use their knowledge and expertise to make sure building designs are practical and useable. They work on domestic, commercial and industrial projects. Architectural technicians As an architectural technician you would support architectural technologists, architects and other professionals in the construction industry. Your duties would include:

How to become an architect

Architects design and construct new buildings and restore and conserve old ones. Their work also involves planning the layout of groups of buildings and the spaces around them. As an architect, you would create a design, taking into account all of your clients’ requirements and a range of other issues

How to become a chef

Chefs prepare food using a variety of cooking techniques. In large kitchens they will normally work as part of a team responsible for one particular area, such as bread and pastries, or vegetables. The head chef, also known as the executive chef, kitchen manager, or the ‘maitre de cuisine’, runs

How to become a ceramics designer-maker

As a ceramics designer, you would design a range of products to be made by shaping and firing clay. These could include tableware, kitchenware, gifts and decorative items. In large companies, you would usually: produce designs for mass production interpret product requirements (‘briefs’) liaise with clients and other staff design

How to become a cad technician

As a computer aided design (CAD) technician, you would use software to create design plans for buildings and machinery in a wide range of industries, such as engineering, construction and manufacturing. You could work in 2D design, which is known as surface modelling, and 3D design – called solid modelling.

How to become a cabinet maker

Cabinet makers make individually designed and produced pieces of furniture such as chairs, tables, chests of drawers and storage or display cabinets. They may also restore antiques or repair damaged furniture. As a cabinet maker, your work would typically include: creating a design drawing of the furniture deciding on the

How to become a bookbinder or print finisher

Print finishers or machine bookbinders turn printed materials into finished articles such as books, booklets and catalogues. They produce large numbers of products, using machines that automatically cut paper to the correct size, fold the sheets, glue or staple the sections together and bind them. As a print finisher or

How to become a body piercer

As a body piercer, you would pierce various parts of your clients’ bodies with a needle or piercing gun and then insert different types of jewellery and metal as a form of decoration. Your work would include: discussing with the client the type of piercing they want and advising on

How to become an arts administrator

Arts administrators plan and organise cultural and arts activities. They work in organisations such as local authorities, arts centres, theatres and regional arts boards. As an arts administrator, your work would vary according to the size and type of organisation, but could include: arranging venues and artists working with local