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DIPLOMA IN DRAMATISATION (NSD)

Important Information

  Minimum Qualification  XII

Admission Procedure-

The Academy's open admission policy allows anyone to enter our programs regardless of previous experience. The teachers specialize in bringing our diverse and eclectic groups of students to the peak of their abilities no matter what level they are at when they enter.  

 

Duration

3 Months, Full Time, Certification

 

Become a Drama Teacher

Required Education

Depending on the setting in which you will be teaching drama, the exact degree or credentials required will vary. For example, if you're teaching drama at a local community center, you may need only to have experience in theater; however, if you're looking to teach drama in a school setting, you'll need at least a bachelor's degree in a field like theater or the performing arts and a teaching certificate from the state in which you plan to teach.

A typical Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts program takes about four years to complete, and it could include courses in acting, voice, the history of theater, set and lighting design, play direction, and drama theory and criticism. The time and requirements to obtain a teaching certificate vary by state, but it typically takes from six months to two years to become certified to teach in elementary, middle, and high schools.

 

Job Skills

Working as a drama teacher requires flexibility, determination, and lots of energy. Especially when teaching in a school environment, dedication to the task at hand and a love of your job will serve you well.

 

Career and Economic Outlook

Drama teachers working in elementary, middle, and secondary schools are compensated similarly to other teachers.

 

Alternative Career Options

  • Self-enrichment Teacher

  • Postsecondary Teacher

Diploma in Acting for Films, TV, Theatre & Drama

Eligibility

  • Minimum Qualification : XII

 

Admission Procedure

The Academy's open admission policy allows anyone to enter our programs regardless of previous experience. The teachers specialize in bringing our diverse and eclectic groups of students to the peak of their abilities no matter what level they are at when they enter.

 

Duration

  • 3 Months, Full Time, Certification

 

Become a Drama Teacher

Required Education

Depending on the setting in which you will be teaching drama, the exact degree or credentials required will vary. For example, if you're teaching drama at a local community center, you may need only to have experience in theater; however, if you're looking to teach drama in a school setting, you'll need at least a bachelor's degree in a field like theater or the performing arts and a teaching certificate from the state in which you plan to teach.

A typical Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts program takes about four years to complete, and it could include courses in acting, voice, the history of theater, set and lighting design, play direction, and drama theory and criticism. The time and requirements to obtain a teaching certificate vary by state, but it typically takes from six months to two years to become certified to teach in elementary, middle, and high schools.

 

Job Skills

Working as a drama teacher requires flexibility, determination, and lots of energy. Especially when teaching in a school environment, dedication to the task at hand and a love of your job will serve you well.

 

Alternative Career Options

Self-enrichment Teacher

These types of teachers instruct students on self-improvement subjects, like foreign languages and music. From 2010 to 2020, this group could see a 21% increase in jobs, per the BLS. The education requirements vary by employer, but a high school diploma is the minimum requirement. Self-enrichment teachers had a median salary of $35,320 in 2012.

 

Postsecondary Teacher

College and university teachers typically need a master's or doctoral degree. The BLS reported that these professionals were projected to have a 17% rise in employment from 2010 to 2020. Postsecondary drama teachers earned a median salary of $45,09