If you love music and you are interested in a music career and want to develop your technical skills in music production, this is the course for you.
You’ll get plenty of time to learn about the key jobs available in the music industry. You will gain experience in recording, live sound, performing, song writing and music journalism. You’ll also have the opportunity to be involved in various gigs and have the chance to visit recording studios and meet industry professionals who will be able to guide you in your future career.
This two-year programme will prepare you well for a career as a music performer, songwriter or recording and live sound engineer.
Method of assessment
You will be assessed on practical tasks, projects and productions, supported by a record of written evidence.
Assignments will be issued that reflect industry scenarios giving you the opportunity to submit work that will be industry ready.
You will work towards the completion of 90 credits which can be equal to up to 1.5 A levels at A grade. Progression routes include entry into higher education at prestigious providers such as Leeds College of Music, The British and Irish Institute of Modern Music, LIPA, Salford University and University of Derby.
Topic areas covered
The music industry, song writing skills, improvisation, marketing and promotion, music theory, music and society, music events management and backline technical management.