Where will this take me?
New in 2020
Students will be given the opportunity to collaborate with performers, directors, theatremakers, and film-makers. This course includes specialist training provided to students through a professional industry placement, or through coaching a production within the Faculty.
On completion of this course, graduates should be able to:
- demonstrate a high standard of personal vocal use;
- employ a professional level of expertise and competence as a spoken voice coach;
- apply excellent communication skills in diverse contexts including clear articulation of
the issues concerning vocal coaching, vocal health and the application of vocal training
- demonstrate an applied understanding of research principles and methods applicable
to spoken voice learning and coaching, including skills in critical reflection, writing and
- interpret and transmit knowledge, skills and ideas to specialist and non-specialist
audiences and individuals with specific needs and from culturally diverse backgrounds;
- employ a range of coaching approaches in the delivery of vocal individual and group
lessons that will serve to foster independent, reflective, motivated and cooperative
- demonstrate a mature engagement with and understanding of the principles of
teamwork in creative processes;
- determine continued pathways to developing and refining their coaching practices;
articulate a coherent personal philosophy of voice coaching.
"This is the kind of course that will serve anyone who wants to empower people to use their voices professionally or personally in a dynamic, and exciting, and engaging way. Whether it’s working on an independent theater show, whether it’s helping people with voiceover work, whether it’s being on a green screen film set, surrounded by 400 crew, these skills, and your confidence to help people, and your passion for helping people can take you anywhere."
– Leith McPherson, Course Convenor Master of Theatre (Voice)