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L2 Performing Arts Level 2 | Diploma in Performing and Production Arts

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Your Level 2 Course:

What will my course include?

This inspiring programme will develop your performance skills and understanding of the performing arts industry. You will develop your knowledge and skills through a range of performance-based projects, accompanied by demonstrations and guidance from your industry-experienced tutors. Learners are given opportunities to perform to the public and local schools throughout the year, as well as attending regular trips to the theatre. The coursework is largely student-led and requires you to think creatively, with boldness and aspiration.

Course Structure: Your course criteria will be covered in four creative and technical projects throughout your year. Each project will provide an opportunity for in house or public performance during BIPA’s Autumn showcase season, Winter Public and Community show Season, BIPA’s Spring Multi Media Fest, and our final Summer Show Season.

Project 1: Skills Project – Introduction to basic and essential performing arts skills.

Project 2: Winter Show – You will work on public performance, exploring a range of material from script work and choreography, solo singing and devised theatrical content.

Project 3: Skills Project 2 – In this project you will further develop core performing and production skills, and put your techniques into a specialist context.

Final Major Project: You will develop a final performance which displays a culmination of all the work you have done over the year. Working on new material, you will create a public performance.

How will I know how I am doing?

How will I be assessed? Your work will comprise of a mix of practical assessments and writing portfolios for digital submission. All your written and research tasks will support your creative projects, and you will have many opportunities to discuss your feedback and progress with your tutor throughout the year. 
 
What Qualification will I get? 
Upon successful completion of your course you will be awarded a UAL Level 2 Diploma in Performing and Production Arts. This Qualification offers a total of 88 credits – this is equivalent to 4 GCSEs. All our FE courses are accredited by the University of Arts London. To find out more, and to read the full specifications, please visit: Level 2 Award and Diploma in Performing & Production Arts | UAL
https://www.arts.ac.uk/partnerships/ual-awarding-body/qualifications/performing-arts/level-2-award-and-diploma-in-performing-and-production-arts

What do I need to join?

As well as having a keen interest in the subject area, learners will need to possess GCSEs at grade 3 in both English and Maths. Learners will need to be committed, punctual and demonstrate an enthusiasm for learning and taking on new ideas and skills. Performance experience is useful but not essential; however, passion and enthusiasm for the performing arts are a must!

Get to know us: We have open days, interactive taster days and public performances throughout the year for you to come and see what we do, get involved and get inspired. Follow this link to see our current productions Shows and Performances (sgscol.ac.uk)

Getting onto a course: If you are interested in applying for one of our performing arts training routes, then you will be invited to a BIPA Experience Day where you will work with tutors, demonstrate your skills and talent and get a chance to meet others who share the same dream as you.

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