OverviewActing Advanced (Level 3)
The level 3 Diploma in Performing & Production Arts – Acting is designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to access and progress to degree level study or employment in industry.
This course will provide you with the opportunity to explore, develop and test your creativity within a qualification structure which is stimulating, demanding and supportive.
You will undergo an extensive programme of training, exercises and activities, which will equip you for working within a range of performance situations. Each project is designed to give you an insight into the professional world of the performing arts. Throughout your course you will develop a ‘toolkit’ of essential skills and techniques as a foundation to your professional performance work.
Need to know
- 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or equivalent, including English.
- Entry will also be subject to passing a practical audition. You must prepare a piece to perform (from a published play) lasting 1 to 2 minutes.
Desirable: maths grade 9 – 4.
What qualification will I gain?
UAL Level 3 Diploma in Performing and Production Arts.
How will I be assessed?
- Internally assessed and externally moderated.
- Practical assessments and public performances
- A portfolio of supporting academic evidence
What will I study?
- Unit 1 – Principles of performance
- Unit 2 – Engaging with an audience
- Unit 3 – Introduction to professional practice
- Unit 4 – Critical and contextual awareness
- Unit 5 – Production skills and context
- Unit 6 – Performance skills and context
- Unit 7 – Preparation for specialist study
- Unit 8 – Collaborative performance project
- Unit 9: Developing performance and Production Skills
- Unit 10: Preparing for Progression
- Unit 11: Exploration of Specialist Study and Context
- Unit 12: Extended Project
Degree level study, direct entry into industry and/or further training.
Careers can range, depending on your chosen specialism and pathway. Career prospects can include an actor/performer, scriptwriter, voice actor, director and many more.
Our students are invited on two trips a year, this ranges from West End theatre shows visits to select drama schools.
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I love acting because I enjoy taking on different personas – it’s fun to be who you want to be! Although I always knew I wanted to come to college rather than study A-Levels, it has had so much more to offer than I originally thought.
The College invited the professional theatre company behind the London production, Frantic, to come in and put on a taster session. I was one of only 12 out of 100 students to get through the initial stage and attend four days in London getting this variety show ready for production. One exercise we had to do for the taster was to pretend there was tar on our bodies and try to get it off, while set to music. Once in London we were given various stage roles from lighting to sound and curtain operating.
Our tutors are very supportive and provide positive criticism and advice, as they are all from theatre backgrounds. There is a lot of opportunity at College to develop in your own way, but with high standards still in place.
I’m considering going to drama school when this course finishes. After that I’d like to get into a theatre-based role and become an Actor one day.
Additional Learning Support
If you have a specific learning difficulty or disability, are deaf or hearing impaired, our Additional Learning Support team are on hand to give you assistance whenever you need it.
Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome Support
We are committed to developing the provision for students on the autistic spectrum, including Asperger’s Syndrome.
We have access arrangements in place to help students with disabilities or any other particular needs. Call us on 01234 291000 or 01536 413123 for more information.
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