If you sing, write, play an instrument or make music using digital software, this course is for you. You'll learn more about how to make a living in the music industry or move on to study music at a higher level. , and what you might be able to do to be employed in it.
This is a one year programme, during which time you'll learn about how the 'music business' works as well as developing your practical skills and understanding of the language of music and music production.
You'll get to you get to make music using instruments, voice or software, and learn how to work independently or with other musicians to turn your musical ideas into songs for live performance or recording. Plus, you'll learn how to plan and promote musical events.
If you don't yet have the GCSE entry requirements to get on the Level 3 course, or if you need to refine your practical music skills, this programme is ideal.