Course Details

This course gives students an introduction to a variety of areas that cover music performance and production including, performance skills and practice, rehearsal skills, instrument skills, music in context, music production techniques and music composition. Students will work in bands towards regular performance activities. Our weekly lunchtime gigs give students the opportunity to hear performances from visiting professionals including former students and staff. All students get to perform at the colleges very own festival - Chi-Fest - in June

Entry Requirements

Students should have a good level of education at GCSE, an enthusiasm for music. Students must have some basic skills on an instrument or voice

Career options

Completing the course will serve as ideal preparation for students to progress on to level 3 in music practice (pop) or music production (Technology)

Music Level 2 Diploma (UAL)

Five highlights

  • 1 A practical approach to teaching
  • 2 Get to play in a band at different events during the year
  • 3 Music department graded outstanding by ofsted
  • 4 get to use industry standard music technology equipment
  • 5 Taught by professional musicians with knowledge of the music industry

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • 07.09.2020
  • UAL Level 2 Diploma in Music performance and production

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Course code Location Course length Start date
MUS168CF1A Chichester Campus 1 Year 07.09.2020

What you need to know

What will I study?

You will study a range of subjects to do with music performance and production, including music composition, listening skills, contextual research, music theory and instrument practice.

How will I be taught?

There will be a range of both practical and theory/academic subjects. Each unit will require you to complete assessment activities which will be set throughout the year. All the information about assessment and criteria to be addressed will be available online and all of the subject material will be delivered at college

How will I be assessed?

Each unit will give the students the opportunity to be assessed at different times during the course. Some of the assessment is practical and some theory/academic.

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