Gary Lincoln – HND Performing Arts
Type of Case Studystaff
This HND is for people that want to develop as performers, actors and directors. This course prepares you for the industry by equipping students with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the industry and adapt to the constant changing world.
From show reels to auditions, this course is about developing yourself and finding your place (and voice) in the performing arts industry.
The Higher National Diplomas have been designed to help give students employability skills in your chosen industry. The modules cover some core subjects for performing arts and then the rest are specific to acting.
You will be taught by industry professionals and regularly have visiting artists and workshops by visiting professionals. The tutors are keen to help make the visits as relevant to your chosen industry as possible.
At NWSLC, we always aim to support you by giving you a range of information, advice and guidance. If you would like to talk to anyone regarding your options, please do get in touch. You can make a enquire to our IAG advisors here: email@example.com
64 UCAS Points or
Five GCSEs at Grade 4 (C) including English and at least one of the following:
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma at MMP
A Levels including Performing Arts or Dance
You will be asked to prepare two audition pieces and the tutors look for performance talent, not just grades.
On completion, students have gone on to work in film, stage and screen. Others students have joined entertainment groups, such as cruise ship entertainers.
If you wish to continue your education, this course allows you to apply for a one year top up course to gain a degree in your chosen field.
Three days a week on campus
£5950 per year
Type of Case Studystaff
I’ve been teaching theatre now for over eighteen years and would not change my job for anything. Working on the HND in Performing Arts allows me to focus my attention on the individuals in my class. If these same students had gone to a larger university, they would have been lost in the sea of faces. My moto is you’re a name not a number. My students grow in confidence, talent and gain a sense of who they are.
This year we are working in collaboration with Coventry University on a show about gender equality. This will be premiered at Coventry University as part of a performance festival.