BTEC Level 2 Performance Makers
Organisation: City College Plymouth
Region: South West
Artform: Cross Artform
Welcoming: All Disabilities
This one year course is aimed at young disabled people aged 16-24 and is offered in partnership with Attik Dance. 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 combines specialist performer training with focused development in a range of independent living skills, social skills and self confidence and works towards functional skills in English, Maths and Computing. You will need to have previous experience and a passion for the arts and be 16 years or over to apply for the course. The course will be open to mixed levels and each learner will be assessed as required. 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.
City College Plymouth provides education and training to Plymouth, Devon, Cornwall and the wider community. This ground-breaking course is offered in partnership with Attik Dance, a Plymouth-based dance development organisation, which uses dance as a tool to inspire people, bring topics to life, increase community engagement and improve health and well-being. If you would like general information about the course, please contact the College. For a discussion about the course content and its suitability, please contact Ben Dunks at Attik Dance on 01752 395134 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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