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Key details

Attendance Full-time
Duration 1 year
Code FPU2DA000
Awarding Body UAL
Level Level 2 Diploma
Start Date 06/09/2021

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Course overview

This qualification provides a full-time introduction to Production Arts that develops an understanding of Production Arts as a collaborative activity.

The level 2 Diploma qualification will provide you with the skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to progress to further study and training for a range of production arts subjects, including lighting design, prop design, stage management, directing and others.

Over the course you will be introduced to a range of activities essential to the development and delivery of a performance production, developing understanding of pre-production, live theatre and production management for theatre.

Successful completion of the course can lead to study of the UAL Level 3 Diploma in Production Arts.

What you'll study

You will have the opportunity to research the history and context of performance and production and its value in informing practice.

You will work within live theatre production, exploding and developing your craft within a variety of areas including musical theatre and toured theatre work.

There is also an opportunity to take greater responsibility in the management of an assignment of personal interest, via the final major project, and prepare for progression within a chosen discipline.

On successful completion of the course at Diploma level you will be in a position to progress to a Level 3 Diploma course or you may progress directly into employment roles in the creative industries.

Unit Aim – Provide students with an introduction to a range of activities essential to the development and delivery of a performance. The unit will introduce the basic elements of drama, dance and music, the processes of rehearsal, production, and the delivery of a performance, while imparting an understanding of performing arts as a collaborative activity.

Unit Aim – Provide students with an introduction to the diversity of roles and responsibilities within the performing arts sector. This unit will introduce students to the importance of health and safety as integral to both the performer and production, and the personal and professional characteristics needed for a career in the performing arts.

Unit Aim – Provide students with and introduction to the communication skills used in the performing arts. The unit will also enable students to explore the specific skills and attributes required for communicating with an audience in the production of a staged piece of work.

Unit Aim – Provide the students with opportunities to integrate and reinforce the knowledge and understanding acquired through Units 1 and 2. The unit will enable students to demonstrate their understanding through the production of a staged piece of performance work.

Unit Aim – Provide students with an opportunity to research the history and context of performance and production, and develop their understanding of the value of contextual research in informing practice.

Unit Aim – Provide students with an opportunity to integrate and use previously acquired skills, knowledge and understanding, and to explore and develop more specific techniques, skills and attributes for the performing arts.

Unit Aim – Provide students with an opportunity to integrate and use previously acquired skills, knowledge and understanding and to explore and develop more specific techniques, skills and attributes in the production or performing arts activities.

Unit Aim – Require students to take greater responsibility of the management of an assignment of personal interest. The unit will enable students to prepare for progression within their chosen discipline.

Unit Aim – Require students to use the knowledge, understanding and skills developed in previous units and apply them to the production of a staged piece of performance to an audience.

  • You will have the opportunity to research the history and context of performance and production and its value in informing practice.

    You will work within live theatre production, exploding and developing your craft within a variety of areas including musical theatre and toured theatre work.

    There is also an opportunity to take greater responsibility in the management of an assignment of personal interest, via the final major project, and prepare for progression within a chosen discipline.

    On successful completion of the course at Diploma level you will be in a position to progress to a Level 3 Diploma course or you may progress directly into employment roles in the creative industries.

  • Unit Aim – Provide students with an introduction to a range of activities essential to the development and delivery of a performance. The unit will introduce the basic elements of drama, dance and music, the processes of rehearsal, production, and the delivery of a performance, while imparting an understanding of performing arts as a collaborative activity.

  • Unit Aim – Provide students with an introduction to the diversity of roles and responsibilities within the performing arts sector. This unit will introduce students to the importance of health and safety as integral to both the performer and production, and the personal and professional characteristics needed for a career in the performing arts.

  • Unit Aim – Provide students with and introduction to the communication skills used in the performing arts. The unit will also enable students to explore the specific skills and attributes required for communicating with an audience in the production of a staged piece of work.

  • Unit Aim – Provide the students with opportunities to integrate and reinforce the knowledge and understanding acquired through Units 1 and 2. The unit will enable students to demonstrate their understanding through the production of a staged piece of performance work.

  • Unit Aim – Provide students with an opportunity to research the history and context of performance and production, and develop their understanding of the value of contextual research in informing practice.

  • Unit Aim – Provide students with an opportunity to integrate and use previously acquired skills, knowledge and understanding, and to explore and develop more specific techniques, skills and attributes for the performing arts.

  • Unit Aim – Provide students with an opportunity to integrate and use previously acquired skills, knowledge and understanding and to explore and develop more specific techniques, skills and attributes in the production or performing arts activities.

  • Unit Aim – Require students to take greater responsibility of the management of an assignment of personal interest. The unit will enable students to prepare for progression within their chosen discipline.

  • Unit Aim – Require students to use the knowledge, understanding and skills developed in previous units and apply them to the production of a staged piece of performance to an audience.

Assessment

The Level 2 Diploma is a practical, project-based, live-brief course supported by both practical performance and production and ongoing scrapbook assessment. The final major project of the course is externally moderated by University of Arts London.

How to apply

Apply here

Next steps

Successful completion of the course can lead to a UAL Level 3 Diploma in Production Arts.

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Tuition fees

If you are aged 19+ and studying a Further Education Course at Bradford College, you may have to pay course fees. Course fees are dependent on the number of hours and which course is being taken. Actual costs can be obtained from our team. Email: enrolment@bradfordcollege.ac.uk. https://www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/study/adult-students/fees

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