On this course you will learn a range of skills to help you become a performer on stage or screen. You will gain a range of professional techniques in dance, singing, physical theatre, acting, communication, confidence and business that is required for performance related roles within industry. Throughout this course you will participate in master-classes, enrichment, competitions, internal and external productions in professional venues and tours. You will be given the opportunity to gain valuable work experience within industry.
You must have four GCSES at grade C or above (9-4) including English or a Merit grade from a Level 2 Diploma in Performing Arts. An audition at interview is required. This is a one year course that is equivalent to 1.5 A levels. You will complete the National Foundation Diploma course in your first year, and you can then progress onto our National Extended Diploma qualification in your second year, in the same subject. This will help you to attain the optional units required to gain the full 3 A level equivalent qualification in your chosen subject.
What you will Learn
Although the course is mainly practical, you will also work on research projects based on companies and organisations within the Performing Arts Industry. Assessment is continuous throughout the course. You will build a portfolio and repertoire of skills for assessment and evidence will be in the form of recordings of practical work, log books, evaluations and essays.
You will complete the National Foundation Diploma course in your first year, and you can then progress on to our Extended Diploma qualification in your second year, in the same subject.This will help you to attain the optional units required to attain the full 3 A level equivalent qualification in your chosen subject.The course is intended as a preparation for Employment in the Arts Industry or as a step towards Higher Education.We have had great success with current and previous students who have worked for the following: Hilton Hotel Star Ball Production, Hollyoaks and Disney TV, Brighthouse Commercial, Redcon 1 Film, Adam Gillan in Benidorm and West End-National Theatre, Bafta award winner Daniel Rigby, Jordan Asil in the Fall and Dean Fagan in Coronation Street.
Development of performing arts skills Management of projects Self-analysis and reflection Appreciation of the performing arts industry and their future role in it The ability to present themselves and their achievements effectively
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Although every care has been taken to ensure that the information contained within this document is accurate, there may be changes to this programme and provision. We will endeavour to keep prospective and current students updated where appropriate and when the information becomes available.