Creative | Technical | Administration & Management
All students will take part in practical group sessions, tutorials, research and work experience where they will explore the foundations of the industry in relation to their personal interests and specialisms.
We have split the areas of study into three pathways: Creative, Technical, Administration & Management. However students will have the opportunity to study units across pathways.
Acting for screen and Contemporary theatre – content creation, self-taping, audition techniques and presenting
Model Making, Sculpting, Welding
Set Design – Backcloths, Multi Media Projections, Digital Scenery, Flying, Computer Generated Imagery, Digital Design Tools.
Set Building and Construction
Wigs and Wig Management
Camera – Single, Multi, Lens, Tripod, Cables, Storage,
Lighting – Lanterns, LED’s, Multi Heads, Consoles, Special Effects.
Sound – Stage Electrics, Microphones, Sound Systems, Monitoring Systems, SFX, Playback, Mixing Consoles.
Stage Technology and Operations
Post Production and Editing Techniques
VFX (i.e. glows, explosion)
ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT
Scheduling and Marketing
Health and Safety
Working as Stage Manager, Assistant Stage Manager, Deputy Stage Manager.
Stage & Screen education will provide students with transferrable skill sets
Opportunities in careers outside the Stage and Screen industry
Our courses are primarily aimed at Film, T.V. and Theatre however the qualifications and skill students gain are designed to provide experience and knowledge that can enable an individual to pursue a career in numerous exciting fields of work.
Make-Up, Hair, Costume for TV, Film and Theatre can also lead to work in the Fashion, Media, Beauty, Hairdressing, Bridal, Photography, Advertising and Publishing industries.
Set Design and Set Construction for Film, TV and Theatre Productions. can provide students with the skills required for a trade in designing and building furniture, building and assembling interiors for anything from bars, shops, offices, houses, cruise liners, hotels to large-scale events or working on construction sites.
Lighting design and associated qualifications not only lead to careers in the Theatre, TV or Film Industry but also concerts, conferences, retail industry (shops, department stores, shopping malls), commercial and domestic properties.