Why Should You Take This Course?
This course will allow you to look at the many different aspects of dance and gain a broad understanding of training, creating and performing. You will be able to experience a wide range of dance styles and gain performance experience.
You will develop your dance performance skills, dance analysis and choreographic skills. Throughout the course you will work in groups, duos and as a solo performer, focusing on both technical development and creative exploration.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment is completed across the two years via assignment work. Each unit has outcomes you must cover in order to pass. Each assignment is graded on a Pass, Merit and Distinction basis. Assessment methods will be varied, ranging from practical assessment to written coursework.
Are there any special expenses?
There will be some trips to performances and shows as well as workshops during the two years - costs to be confirmed at the start of the course.
Whilst taking the Dance Subsidiary Diploma, you will also have the opportunity to take part in three dance companies run in the College. This will allow you to perform in shows to enhance your dance technique and performance.
What could I do next?
This qualification will aid entrance to University to study Dance or PE and opens the door to careers in the teaching of dance, performing, choreography and critical analysis.
If you wish to apply for 2020-2021 academic year, please complete the online application form.