Overview - Level 3 Extended Diploma in dance
Whatever your favourite dance style - ballet, jazz, urban or contemporary - your skills and technical ability will benefit from this course, which is ideal for anyone considering a dance-focused career. During your studies, you will develop your understanding of a wide range of dance disciplines, styles and approaches. You will also gain an insight into the range of career paths available, and enjoy opportunities to enhance your learning experience by working with visiting professional dancers and choreographers.
What will I be doing?
Our project-based learning approach will enable you to develop your skills through workshops, assignments and projects. You will also work alongside students of other disciplines to put on a series of performances (across a range of styles) during the teaching year, including annual Dance showcases. You will also benefit from masterclasses, workshops and visits from external professionals, and carry out work experience both internally and externally across the wider performing arts community both within Liverpool and beyond.
What will I study?
The Level 3 Extended Diploma in Dance is equivalent to three A-Levels and suitable for progression onto Higher Education. You will study a range of projects such as Dance Techniques, Rehearsing and Performing, Musical Theatre Dance Styles and Performing Arts Business. During your studies, you will also develop your interpersonal, critical and decision-making abilities, which will serve you well in future life.
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How do I apply?
If you still have questions, contact Andrea McDevitt, Programme Manager for Dance, on 0151 330 3232 or email email@example.com
At present, course information is still subject to confirmation, and while every effort has been made to ensure it is accurate, the information presented on this website does not form any contract between LIPA Sixth Form College and any individual. In addition, LIPA Sixth Form College reserves the right to make changes and cannot accept liability arising out of, or in connection with, any such revision.