Training Course

BTEC Level 2 Performance Makers

Organisation: Attik

Region: South West

Artform: Cross Artform

Welcoming: All Disabilities ; Inclusive/Integrated

Opportunity Summary:

This one year course is aimed at those with disabilities and is offered in partnership with City College Plymouth. You will develop your practice as an individual and as a member of a performance ensemble. You will be involved right from the start in an in-depth experience of the performing arts, developing your skills in dance, physical theatre and performance making. The units you study on the course will all lead to performances - some of these will be large scale public performances. The course is co-run by the Skills for Life department at the college and includes a life skills programme as well as the following core and optional units: - working in the performing arts industry - professional development in the performing arts industry - performing arts production process. - developing physical theatre for performance optional) - devising theatre (optional) You will need to have previous experience and a passion for the arts and be 16 years or over to apply for the course. Contact the College for details of the application process and for info on courses fees for over 18's. The course is based at the Goschen Centre in Plymouth which is fully accessible.


Organisation Information:

Attik uses dance as a tool to inspire people, bring topics to life, increase community engagement and improve health and well-being. It is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation with three main strands of work - Education, Professional Development & Community. Attik means different things to different people and projects are tailored to the needs of the participants so no two projects are ever the same. Attik is passionate about dance, the many guises it takes and what it can be used for. Attik wants anyone who wants to engage with the Company to be able to, and we ensure equality of opportunity. Attik 360 is a programme of dance for adults with and without disabilities supported by the Big Lottery. The project allows dancers to explore their own creativity, individuality and encourages the dancers to discover new and exciting ways of moving their bodies in a safe and supported environment. It also offers performance opportunities, training opportunities and progression routes for the dancers.

W: www.attik.org.uk

T: 01752 395134

E: clair@attik.org.uk