Overview - BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in dance
Whatever your favourite dance style – ballet, jazz, tap or contemporary – your skills and technical ability will benefit from studying this course, which is ideal for anyone considering a dance-focused career within the performing arts industry. Developing your understanding of a wide range of dance disciplines, styles and approaches, you will gain an insight into the range of career paths available, and enjoy opportunities to gain real experience by working with industry professionals.
What will I be doing?
Following a course that covers many styles of dance – some familiar, some new – you will develop your technical ability alongside choreography, improvisation and performance skills. The regular workshops and assignments of our project-based learning approach will allow you to specialise in the areas which interest you most, such as contemporary, jazz, ballet, fusion and urban, while trying new things as you work alongside students of other disciplines to put on a series of performances (across a range of styles) during the teaching year.
In addition, you will benefit from the support and guidance of our creative and performing arts industry-experienced teaching staff, contact with external industry professionals through masterclasses, workshops and visits, a minimum of one week’s work experience each year, opportunities to work with the wider creative and performing arts community within Liverpool and beyond, and, of course, access to our new facilities.
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How do I apply?
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