BTEC Entry Level Firsts Award (Entry 3) in Performing Arts
Younger members of the Triplestar Associates study this 6-credit Pearson BTEC Entry Level Award (Entry 3), which offers a "taster" qualification that focuses on the personal qualities and work skills that are required for a particular vocational sector.
Who is this qualification for?
This qualification is designed for learners over the age of 14 working at entry 3. It provides a practical introduction to some of the key themes of performance, enabling learners to develop and apply their knowledge while also acquiring a range of relevant practical, communication and technical skills.
To enroll on his course, you must become a member of our Triplestar Associates programme.
What will the learner study as part of this qualification?
This qualification provides an engaging and relevant introduction to the world of performance. Performing Arts covers a wide range of activities, and for the award at Entry 3 the choice of units cover an introduction to the industry, developing performance skills and taking part in a performance. There are also opportunities to work as part of a team, and explore the range of job opportunities in the sector.
All of the content of the qualification provides the underpinning requirements for progression to further study in the Performing Arts sector.
What knowledge and skills will the learner develop as part of this qualification and how might these be of use and value in further studies?
By developing the sector knowledge and skills outlined above, learners will be well prepared for progression to a level 1 vocational course in Performing Arts or a related area such as Art and Design.
The portfolio-based approach to assessment will also support the development of communication skills such as extended writing and drafting, critical skills of analysis, teamworking, working from a prescribed brief, working to deadlines, presenting information effectively, accurately completing tasks and processes and study skills such as research and time management. These skills will help support progression to level 1 and any future chosen course.
What are the qualification outcomes?
The primary outcome of this qualification is to support progression to the next level of learning by developing the skills necessary to succeed in further study. In addition the qualification will suit learners who are returning or re-engaging with learning and need to consolidate their learning, social and employability skills before considering entering work. The choice of units will reflect each individual learner’s needs.