Southern Regional College

Part Time Higher National Diploma in Performing Arts

Southern Regional College
In Armagh

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Typology HND
Location Armagh (Northern Ireland)
Start Different dates available
  • HND
  • Armagh (Northern Ireland)
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

Students can progress into employment in the Performing Arts industries or become a self-employed performer. Alternatively students may gain employment within community arts, arts administration or progress to the second or third year of a relevant degree. This course is suitable for This course provides education and training for a range of careers in the Performing Arts, providing opportunities for learners to focus on the development of higher level skills in a performance context. Students will be given the opportunity to explore and gain knowledge in the areas of acting, directing and dance, along with associated work relating to the business side of the performing.

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Location

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Armagh (County Armagh)
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Lonsdale Building, College Hill, BT61 7HN

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Different dates availableNow taking bookings

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· Requirements

Students will be required to audition at interview

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What you'll learn on the course

Acting
Music Production
Music Technology
Composition
Performance
Part Time
Directing
Dance

Course programme


HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING ARTS

Who is this course for?

This course provides education and training for a range of careers in the Performing Arts, providing opportunities for learners to focus on the development of higher level skills in a performance context.

Students will be given the opportunity to explore and gain knowledge in the areas of acting, directing and dance, along with associated work relating to the business side of the performing arts industry.

How long is this course for?
3 years part time, 1 day per week.
What will I study?
Modules may include:
  • Historical Studies
  • Contemporary Studies
  • Small Business Management in the Arts
  • Process and Production
  • Project Realisation
  • Acting Methods and Styles
  • Vocal Method
  • Research
  • Directing
  • Contemporary Dance Techniques
  • Choreography
  • Movement
  • Professional Practice

Attendance Part-Time
How will I be assessed? You will be assessed on a regular basis throughout the programme using a range of appropriate assessment methods such as written and practical assignments, projects, case studies, performances and presentations.
What can I do after the course?
Students can progress into employment in the Performing Arts industries or become a self-employed performer. Alternatively students may gain employment within community arts, arts administration or progress to the second or third year of a relevant degree.

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