Psychology of the Performer
(Accredited Masters Level Course)

This 15 credit module provides a comprehensive insight into the Psychology of the Performer.

Within this module, you will:

  • Acquire new knowledge of the Psychology of the Performer
  • Apply new knowledge to your practice
  • Reflect on the learning within the context of application
  • Devise a development plan to move forward

You will:

  • Critically evaluate a range of theories relating to Performance Psychology
  • Critically reflect on the recent learning experiences, review current skills and devise a personal development plan to address areas for further development

The course is taught through a series of videos relating to the Psychology of the Performer, and you will be allocated a personal tutor to guide you through the programme.

The course aims to create awareness around a selection of self-related topics and the potential impact of these concepts on the performer’s development.

You will examine in detail issues related to

  • Identity
  • Self-efficacy
  • Self-conscious emotions
  • Perfectionism
  • Self-criticism, self-doubt, and procrastination

You will also examine the occupational factors specific to maximising performance.

The course will explore external factors such as:

  • Occupational Health
  • Occupational Relationships
  • Work Conditions
  • Financial Concerns
  • Career Progression
  • Burn Out

Exploring Social Psychology will develop an understanding of the social relationships, environments, and beliefs that impact the performer’s work life and well-being. This series will introduce key social psychological topics related to social groups, behaviours, attitudes, and beliefs.

With a focus on the social relationships of performers, you will cover:

  • Social connectedness
  • Performance groups
  • Social influences during development
  • Social identity and Self-categorisation
  • Social comparison
  • Group norms and social inclusion
  • Social cohesion
  • Social facilitation
  • Social Procrastination

A short clip taken from our video on Self-criticism.

We are fully accredited by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and you will complete an application form and register with the university.

The course forms part of the MA Professional Practice (Voice Pedagogy), Performance Coaching route.

This course will take 6 months to complete and our next entry date is April 2022

What are the benefits of receiving 15 credits at Master’s Level?

You will receive a credit transcript for 15 credits, and this is nationally recognised. It can count towards a full award, and this is known as RPL (Recognised Prior Learning). You can use it towards a PGCert/MA, or you can exit with a credit transcript and re-enrol at a later date.

All nationally recognised credit is transferrable between universities.

Fees

UK FEES: £875.00

INTERNATIONAL: £990.00

 

Early Bird Rate (ends 31st December 2021):

UK FEES: £795.00

INTERNATIONAL: £895.00

Applications

Our MA programme is moderated and accredited by our academic partner, the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Applicants will therefore go through a two-stage application process, with the first tier of application through the Voice Study Centre (formerly Voice Workshop) and the second tier of application through the University.

As part of the application process, you will meet with a Course Tutor for an interview. This is an excellent way for you to find out more about the programme and discuss your background and interests with one of our tutors. During this interview, a Course Tutor will assess your suitability for the programme and be able to answer any questions you may have.

Applicants will be asked to provide the following:

  • Two references (one of these must be academic) available upon request.
  • A personal statement detailing your reasons for wishing to undertake this postgraduate programme of study. This should be between 500-1000 words and include your professional and academic experience, your interests, your motivation for undertaking this programme of study, and what you hope to gain for your career path and continuing professional development.
  • Copies of your highest qualification (degree certificate and transcript).
  • Evidence of your English language proficiency.

During the formal University enrolment process, International students will be asked to provide a Personal Statement, ID, qualification certificates/transcripts, academic references and proof of English language level to UWTSD. This is in line with UK Government regulations for higher education institutions. Voice Study Centre (formerly Voice Workshop) will be supporting applicants and on hand to provide advice and guidance through this second tier of their application process with the University.

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International Applicants

If an applicant has:

  • Successfully completed a recognised undergraduate or postgraduate qualification, at a recognised institution based in one of the above majority English speaking countries (certificates, transcripts and/or other documents stating language of delivery and assessment may be required by the University prior to an offer being made).
  • Successfully completed within the last five years a recognised undergraduate or postgraduate qualification at a recognised institution that has been certified as being taught in the medium of English (certificates, transcripts and / or other documents stating language of delivery and assessment may be required by the University prior to an offer being made).
  • A UKVI recognised Secure English Language Test awarded within 2 years of applying for entry to the University.
  • One of the following English Language Test documents awarded within 2 years of applying for entry to the University:
NAME OF QUALIFICATION LEVEL / SCORE REQUIRED
IELTS (Academic) Minimum overall score of 6.0 with no lower than 5.5 in Reading, Writing, Listening or Speaking.
Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE). Minimum score of 169 or above with no lower than 162 in Reading, Writing, Listening or Speaking.
Cambridge English: Business Vantage
(BEC Vantage)
– for Business courses only.
Minimum score of 75 or above.
Cambridge English: Business Higher
(BEC Higher)
– for Business courses only
Minimum score of 60 or above
BULATS: Business Language Testing Service (online certificated version taken with certifying BULATS agents) – for Business courses only Minimum score of 65 or above.
Cambridge English: Financial (ICFE)
– for Business courses only.
Minimum score of 60 or above.
Cambridge English: Legal (ILEC)
– for Business courses only
Minimum score of 60 or above.
Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) C1
Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic) Benchmark Score of 56 with a Minimum Score of 51 in Communicative Skills (listening, reading, writing and speaking). Scores may fall below the Benchmark Score in the Communicative Skills by no more than the specified Minimum Score and in no more than two Communicative Skills.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David: Wales Academic Language Test Minimum overall score of 6.0 with no lower than 5.5 in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
Trinity Integrated Skills in English (ISE) ll Distinction in each component
Trinity Integrated Skills in English (ISE) lll Pass or above overall, with Passes or above in each component
International Baccalaureate Higher Level 5 or Standard Level 5 Language A or Higher Level 5 or Standard Level 5 Language B
Cambridge IGCSE Minimum Grade C (grade 4) in IGCSE in English as a first language, Grade C (grade 4) in IGCSE in English as a Second Language satisfy the English language proficiency requirements for undergraduate study
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Interested?

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