What will I learn?
The skills that are developed on this course and the training you will receive enable students to become professional performers, and theatrical practitioners. Students will work to run a theatre company, find funding and create work in a variety of genres for a wide variety of clients.
The first year of the course leads to a BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate (equivalent to 1st year of a university degree).
The second year course leads to a BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma (equivalent to 2nd year of a university degree).
- Performing Arts Workshop Leadership
- Research Project
- Movement for the Actor
- Classical Acting
- Acting for Musical Theatre
- Applied Contemporary Performance Practice
- Acting for Camera
How do I apply?
What grades will I need?
The requirements for this course would be a Merit In a relevant BTEC level 3 qualification, at least a C in a relevant A Level Subjects or a total of 120 UCAS tariff points
We sometimes also consider students who possess a high level of experience in industry but no formal qualifications.
Please note that all offers are subject to both an interview and audition.
As part of your studies you will also be expected to not only visit numerous examples of the art form but to take your work on tour.
How will I be assessed?
Students will be assessed through production and performance assessment, written reflection, written assignments, coursework, presentations and computer related project work. The majority of emphasis will be on practical application of the assessment criteria, providing realistic scenarios and making maximum use of work-related practical experience.
Where will it lead me?
- Working Professionally
- Drama School
- Theatre Management
- Public Relations
- Technician, Rigger