Acting BTEC Level 3 at Ormiston Sudbury Academy
The BTEC Level 3 Acting course is suited to students who have an appetite to develop their skills and knowledge in Acting. There is a particular emphasis on performance and you will study a wide range of theatre styles.
This is a vocational course – in other words, it is practical and takes a real-world approach to learning. You should enjoy going to see professional theatre and taking part in practical workshops.
The 1 A level course is made up of four units:
Externally Assessed Units
- Unit 1: Investigating Practitioners’ Work
How long: The set task will be completed in three hours within the assessment period
Creating the task: You will be provided with the set task booklet for a six-week term time period in order to carry out investigation and critical analysis in advance.
- Unit 3: Group Performance Workshop
How long: The final evidence will be completed in 5 hours under supervised conditions.
Creating the task: You will be provided with the set task booklet in January in order to prepare for the development and completion of your group performance and your digital process log
Internally Assessed Units
- Unit 2: Developing Skills and Techniques for Live Performance
- Plus one other unit selected in line with the strengths of the group: (Classical Theatre, Acting Styles, Improvisation, Variety Performance, Movement in Performance.)
The 2 A level course has a total of eight units
The 3 A level course has a total of 13 units
Ideally you will have successfully completed a Level 2 Drama/Acting qualification prior to starting this course; however, this is not compulsory; BTEC courses are suitable for a wide range of abilities.
The BTEC Level 3 Acting course is a two-year qualification broadly equivalent to one, two or three GCE A level, depending on the pathway chose, and can be taken alongside other more traditional qualifications.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Ormiston Sudbury Academy directly.