Level 3 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma
What is Performing Arts?
Performing Arts is the study of Dance, Drama and Music mixed with Performing Arts Business, Stage Production, Directing, Choreographing, Composition and Performance.
Through The BTEC Level 3 Performing Arts course you will encounter many aspects of discovery, creativity and performance through the Performing Arts and will have a very practical approach to learning.
The two year course is broken down into 6 units; the first three are delivered in the first year (Certificate) and the last 3 in the second year (Subsidiary Diploma)
(Broadly equivalent to 1 A Level)
Investigating Practitioners’ Work
Developing Skills and Techniques for Live Performance
Group Performance Workshop
Musical Theatre Techniques
What skills will I gain from studying BTEC Level 3 in Performing Arts?
You will develop:-
- your ability to self and peer assess against a criteria so as to improve in all areas of Performing Arts
- skills as a performer in a number of disciplines so as to improve your skills in communicating to an audience
- an appreciation of the different art forms by placing them into historical and social context as well as seeing how they work together as a cohesive whole
- even more of a love for Performing Arts than you started the course with J
Where can I find out more information?
Mrs Cullum-Kenyon: firstname.lastname@example.org