The PGCATYP is jointly taught by Almeida Projects staff and the Central School of Speech & Drama (CSSD).
The PGCATYP is relevant to all theatre artists – writer, director, actor, technician – who are passionate about working with young people, and interested in gaining practical facilitation and arts education-focused project planning skills.
This course is taught vocationally through practical placements working with young people. Students are encouraged to develop their academic research skills and to apply this to their everyday practice.
"It has taught me more than I could imagine and re-taught everything I already knew." Trainee
One year part-time from September to August.
The PG Certificate counts as 60M (Masters) level credits which can contribute to a full MA.
Download the course guide, including information on how to apply. Download bursary form.
To apply, visit the CSSD website. Links to the application forms are at the bottom of the page.
Applications for the course beginning in September 2013 are now open.
If this isn’t quite what you’re looking for then you might be interested in our 5-day Intensive Introduction to Facilitation course.