Advanced Learner Loan applicable
You will need a minimum of: 5 GCSEs grade A*/9 - C/4 including English and maths, plus a portfolio to demonstrate music skills or successful completion of Level 2 Music Practitioners.
During our two-year advanced music course we will encourage you to work creatively, both on your own and in groups to fulfil project-based assignments. You will learn additional skills to compose music for film and documentaries, explore the world of marketing and promotion in the music industry, and develop personal qualities of a freelance music practitioner, readying you for a career in the industry. Our expert tutors will also give you guidance and support while completing your UCAS application should you want to progress to Higher Education.
During the course you will learn about:
Building on your knowledge and experience from previous study you will develop the necessary skills to compose, perform, produce and record music to a professional standard.
Your assessments will consist of 70% practical projects and 30% coursework assignments. You will also receive regular feedback about your progress and assignments from your tutors. Assignments will be set with strict deadlines.
On completion of the course you could progress on to a course at Higher Education level.
You may wish to start your career in the music industry in roles such as a Sound engineer, a Sound technician, a Music publisher, working in events management or have the talent to get your chance as a performer.
You may need to supply your own kit and equipment and essentail study material, such as headphones and storage devices, costing approximately £50.
|Study Year||Year 1|
|Course name||Level 3 Diploma for Music Practitioners|
|Campus||Ore Valley Campus|
|Duration||36 week (s)|