BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Performing Arts
Exam board: Pearson
The qualification is equivalent in size to one A-Level
Why study BTEC Performing Arts – Acting?
Studying BTEC Performing Arts – Acting allows students to develop key employability skills such as confidence, communication, and creativity. Students who study Acting have the opportunity to explore scripts, acting styles and practitioners; allowing students to acquire a knowledge of literature, concepts and performance. BTEC Performing Arts Acting – Acting is an excellent springboard for a variety of university courses across subject areas.
What will you study?
- Investigating Practitioners Work- Studying how practitioners create performance work.
- Developing Skills and Techniques for Live Performance- Developing skills as an actor in two performance styles.
- Group Performance Workshop- Create drama from a stimulus.
- Acting Styles- Develop acting methods through technique and performance.
Who is the course suitable for?
This course is suitable for students who are interested in learning about the performing arts sector. Students must enjoy performing as they will be expected to perform in all units.