The programme is highly practical and structured around regular dance and physical theatre performances and productions.
This course is a practice-based investigation into dance and musical theatre practices, theatre facilitation and performance skills. You'll develop your practical skills through taking part in productions and participating in workshops led by professional practitioners.
To enable the student to evaluate a number of explanations of dementia and understand the impact dementia has on people and their families
This module aims to enable students to assess the needs and develop a plan of care for a person who has dementia incorporating a clear evidence base.
To explore a range of theoretical frameworks that underpin an ethically sound basis to therapeutic values, in such a way as to promote the development of congruent practitioner behaviour when working with a person with dementia.
This module focuses on enabling candidates to demonstrate to a supervisory body that they have the required skills and experience to meet the Department of Health's regulations regarding a Best Interest Assessor.
We have made a £2 million investment in new digital imaging equipment to make sure your study and learning is cutting edge. Our contemporary curriculum is taught in a friendly, informal yet professional atmosphere.