This introductory practical course is a very good way for you to start to prepare yourself for the future. You will learn about acting, dance and the voice to develop your skills in performing. You will work with others in your group on practical assignments which will encourage you to develop your own ideas and perform to audiences.
|Study Type:||Full Time|
|Academic Level:||Level 2|
|Awarded by:||UAL (University of the Arts London)|
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This course will introduce you to the important things you need to know about if you want to work in the performing arts business. You will learn about acting and devising plays. You will also learn about rehearsals and how important they are to a successful a production through team work and collaboration. Your performance skills and confidence will develop whilst you work on your exciting and imaginative assignments.
Fees for 2018/19: £1,420
Please note: Fees are for 2018/19 entry and are for home and EU students. Students aged 16 to 18, or those aged 16 to 25 who have a valid EHCP, are not charged for course fees. For more information about financial support for students, please click here.
Equipment: Students are required to wear Nescot performing arts standard uniform which includes black t-shirt and joggers/leggings. The fee for this uniform is approximately £40 and can be ordered at Nescot during enrolment.
Visits: Enrichment visits will be arranged throughout the programme and will cost in total for the year approx. £50 - £70.
Four GCSEs at grade 3 or above including English. You will also be asked to attend an audition, where you will be required to perform a rehearsed scripted monologue, dance or song.
A level 1 Diploma, Plus English. You will also be asked to attend an audition, where you will be required to perform a rehearsed scripted monologue, dance or song. Plus a good reference from your current tutor for attitude, behaviour, attendance and punctuality.
You may wish to progress to a specialist National programme in Performing Arts, Media or Design if you have achieved merit in your First Diploma. Alternatively you may progress into jobs such as working in a box office or front of theatre. You can also seek employment as a performer or in arts administration.
Potential career routes in the Performing Arts industry:
Last updated - 9/7/18