A GUIDE TO VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Excellence in Vocational Training for Performing, Production and Technical Careers

Drama and Dance training in the UK has always been the envy of the world. This reputation is founded in a long tradition of inspirational teaching, rigorous selection processes, extensive contact hours with specialist tutors and, of course, nurturing your talent.

If you are serious about a career in the performing arts then you will expect that your training, just like your ambition, will take over your life. This guide has been produced to help you pick the right route and to ensure you find the right school whether you wish to complete a one, two or three year course in acting, musical theatre, dance, in technical or production work.

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A GUIDE TO VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Excellence in Vocational Training for Performing, Production and Technical Careers

Drama and Dance training in the UK has always been the envy of the world. This reputation is founded in a long tradition of inspirational teaching, rigorous selection processes, extensive contact hours with specialist tutors and, of course, nurturing your talent.

If you are serious about a career in the performing arts then you will expect that your training, just like your ambition, will take over your life. This guide has been produced to help you pick the right route and to ensure you find the right school whether you wish to complete a one, two or three year course in acting, musical theatre, dance, in technical or production work.

Background and Aim

The printed guide on which this website is based was published in 2006 as a result of an initiative led by The Oxford School of Drama and supported by;

Funding was provided by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service through the Beacon Innovation Project programme.

With a growing number of courses to choose from, it is as important as ever to know the right questions to ask to find the best course for you.