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Product Design

A product design course allows you to explore materials, processes and health & safety considerations and to improve your awareness of key aspects and issues.

You might analyse the work of famous designers to understand their thought processes, whilst learning model making, computer aided design and manufacturing skills used in industry.

Studying product design would be beneficial for those people who are interested in jobs within the creative, engineering or technology sectors. 

As you will learn many skills around design, planning and construction it suits hands on people who like to work practically. 

In the future there will be high demand for engineers and trades people with advancing technology changing the way that people work.

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Check out more than 800 other job profiles, the above list is just a selection of jobs where a love of product design could take you, there will be loads more!

Jobs tagged with a leaf are green jobs that may be involved in producing goods or services that help to protect the environment and look after our natural resources.

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Examples of degree courses that relate to DT Product Design: 

Bath Spa University

University of Plymouth

Falmouth University

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If you love this subject and want to take it forward, what else can you do right now?

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You can watch a great series of videos of young people who are working in jobs that use product design on Careerpilot or on the the BBC Bitesize website.

Do a free, short, online course to find out more about working in product design (looks great on your CV too!)

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