Vocational Production Practice: Course Information
The Vocational programme has two separate production practice cousres as part of it's curriculum. In semester A, there is Vocational Production Apprenticeship, whilst in Semester B, there is the Vocational Production Practice.
Vocational Production Apprenticeship
This course provides the Vocational student with opportunity to understand the practical roles of Lighting, Sound or Stage Crew. Students can undertake minor assisting duties on various assignments relating to Academy or other productions, but the students’primary requirement is to gain a practical understanding of the work & roles being undertaken by more senior members of the technical crew and creative teams. Students will be expected to compile a journal with a report/assessment of their assignment after the role is completed. The students will be allocated roles in their major area of lighting, sound or stage technology and can elect one other EDT area.
Vocational Production Practice
This course provides the student with opportunity to fulfil the role of Lighting, Sound or Stage Crew. Students undertake assisting duties, project work, production work and various assignments relating to Academy or other productions. It provides the opportunity to apply skills in technical theatrical equipment and systems used within a live performance context and the necessary skills to install and operate the equipment for live performances. The students will be allocated roles covering lighting, sound and stage technology and can elect one other TEA area.