City Campus Manchester
(Part Time Non Released - 2 weeks)
This flexible course is aimed at DJ enthusiasts who want to learn and develop their DJ skills without having to commit to a full time course by booking slots that are convenient for you.
The course is highly practical, and you will spend all of your time working with a tutor on a one to one basis honing your skills from entry level confidence building and gaining an understanding of the equipment to beat matching techniques and creating DJ sets.
All of our equipment is Pioneer Industry Standard and you have the option to use CDJ's and DJ Controllers as part of your chosen course.
Find out more about The Music Department here: https://www.tmc.ac.uk/music
There are no formal requirements but a keen interest in DJ technology is desirable.
There are no exams. You will be formatively assessed throughout each session with your one to one tutor to ensure learning is taking place. Opportunities to progress to further study will be available. Learning aim is to mix a number of tracks together to form a DJ set.
A recording of your final DJ mix will be presented to you on completion of your chosen course.
Upon successful completion of this qualification, learners may wish to apply for full or part time L1/ L2/ L3 Qualifications in Music Technology and Production at the Manchester CollegeCareers page
Each course costs £239, no funding is available.Fees, finance and funding page
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If you were born to perform or even if you want to work behind the scenes, you’ll absolutely love the passion, enthusiasm and creative atmosphere that infects everyone in our Music department, here at The Manchester College.