Certificate of Higher Education in Performing for Stage and Screen at Grwp Llandrillo Menai - UCAS

Grwp Llandrillo Menai

Degree level: Undergraduate
Awarded by: Bangor University (Prifysgol Bangor)

Certificate of Higher Education in Performing for Stage and Screen

Course options

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Course summary

This course is specifically designed for students aspiring to follow a career in acting. It is a strong foundation year in developing acting methods, performance techniques, independent discipline and professional practice; which aims to develop students and prepare for a progression route to an accredited drama school. The course offers a number of professional development core modules with acting specialisms such as Classical Text, Audition Technique, Acting to Camera, Voice and Movement. Professional Showcase (20 credits) Current Affairs (20 credits) Performer's Techniques - Acting (10 credits) Performer's Techniques - Movement (10 credits) Performer's Techniques - Voice (10 credits) Performing for Media (20 credits) Multi-Camera and Television Production (10 credits) Professional Profile (20 credits)


Professional Showcase (20 credits) Current Affairs (20 Credits) Performer’s Techniques: Acting (10 Credits) Performers Techniques: Movement (10 Credits) Performers Techniques: Voice (10 credits) Performing for Media (20 Credits) Multi-Camera & Television Production (10 Credits) Professional Profile (20 Credits)

Assessment method

A range of assessment methods are used across the programme. Assessments relate directly to learning outcomes and one assessment tends to cover more than one learning outcome. In designing and deciding upon an assessment format for a module the following factors have been considered: The module learning outcomes and their level, with particular emphasis on the student’s ability to analyse and communicate information from: module content learned knowledge from other areas/qualifications experience the implementation of systematic information-seeking strategies Encouraging students to apply their skills to specific problems Approaching problems in a systematic way and employing test approaches to resolve them Assessment performance criteria, as communicated to the student The validity and reliability of the assessment methods, which are monitored by module leaders and programme teams Time constraints (for students and staff) and the need to ensure consistency The use of a range of strategies through which a student can demonstrate what they know Assignment submissions are divided across the academic year where possible, however there are certain times of the year where students can expect ‘busy’ periods (e.g. end of semester). An assessment matrix is designed early in the academic year and distributed to students. Some assessments will include some formative assessment opportunities to gauge an idea on where students are working towards, offering formative feedback to develop.

How to apply

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

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Student Outcomes

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £1650 Year 1
England £1650 Year 1
Northern Ireland £1650 Year 1
Scotland £1650 Year 1
Wales £1650 Year 1
Channel Islands £1650 Year 1

Additional fee information

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Certificate of Higher Education in Performing for Stage and Screen at Grwp Llandrillo Menai - UCAS