2 Year Professional Preparation Course
This 2 Year Professional Preparation Course is designed for students who aim to go on to higher education level study at age 18. The fully funded programme of study offers 16 - 18 year olds the opportunity to engage with a level of vocational training the way Phoenix Starr know how. Training in devolping as an Artist, working on stage presence, performing with a live bad, song writing and much more. All whilst achieving a Level 3 Extended Diploma, which is equivalent to 3 A Levels and recognized by HE providers.
Students are also required to achieve 4 GCSEs at a minimum of grade C/4, preferably including English Language and Maths, to gain entry to this course. If not received they will have to continue studying those subject until passed or aged 19 whatever comes first.
At Phoenix Starr College we are committed to delivering exceptional, focused training for performers aspiring to work In the music, music video, film, cruise, cabaret and musical theatre industries.
Why choose us:
🟥 Full / Part time
🟥 Industry Professional Faculty
🟥 State of the Art Facilities
🟥 Group Singing Lessons
🟥 1 to 1 Singing Lessons
🟥 Song writing lessons
🟥 Agency / Management Representation
🟥 Specialising in Song writing, recording session, distribution.
🟥 Live performances, networking
We pride ourselves on being able to offer fully funded training in this particular course which is directly comparable, both in terms of faculty and facilities as some of the UK's biggest providers. However, at Phoenix Starr Academy we deliver this training in small year groups, ensuring that all of our students receive the attention and support necessary to allow them to flourish to their full potential.
Under the leadership of Jazmin-Jade Buckley (Phoenix Starr) and Mikyla Cara , who are both widely known and respected as a performer and teachers.
The exceptional Industry Professional and experienced faculty delivering a rigorous relevant training to dedicated aspiring performers.
Our Main Focus is to remove the financial barriers to top level training for talented students who may not otherwise be able to afford, especially in style like hip hop that didnt have money injected into its culture as it started on the streets. Through this fully funded programme, we aim to give every talented dancer the opportunity to fulfill their potential.
Although the course is free, additional charges for trips, uniform, compulsory workshops etc will be charged.