AF – Sept 2012 Creative Arts & Industries

Unit Number/s and Title Assignment Title: Personal Goals

365 Auditioning for Music

Functional Skills

English ICT
Submission Date: 8th Oct 2012

Briefing Date: 24 Sept 2012 Review Dates: 1st Oct 2012 Final Assessment Date: Assessor/s: David Evans. Learners Name:

IV : Alex Foryan

Suggested Reading: Pincott, J - Success: Advice for Achieving Your Goals from Remarkably Accomplished People (2005) Random House Reference Coyle, D – The Talent Code (2009) Bantam Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate the skills to audition effectively for a specific music role and identify strengths and areas for development. This task covers part of Unit 365 – Auditioning for Music.

Assignment In preparation for your audition for a top London house band you must write a short piece discussing and analysing your personal goals in relation to auditioning. To do this you must first think about your current skills and then use them to realise the areas in which you need to improve and how you plan to successfully achieve them.

Creative Arts & Industries
Tasks / Evidence / Submission Date Task 1: Analyse personal goals in relation to effective audition techniques, implementing strategies relating to the following; a. Understanding the purpose of auditioning b. Refinement of personal instrumental and/or vocal skills c. Refinement of verbal communication skills d. Refinement of soft skills (appearance, manner etc) e. Punctuality Grading Criteria D.1: Evidence clear and incisive analysis of a set of selfNYA WT Achieved

defined, realistic and achievable goals in relation to their personal aspirations and expectations of auditioning for music roles. This in turn will lead to the development and presentation of detailed, defined personal strategies for auditioning effectively in a variety of contexts. There will be no tutor input into this undertaking.
M.1: Evidence clear analysis of a set of self-defined, realistic

Evidence: Written Essay. 650 words Submission Date: 8th October 2012

and achievable goals in relation to their personal aspirations and expectations of auditioning for music roles. This in turn will lead to the development and presentation of well-defined personal strategies for auditioning effectively in more than one context. There will be no tutor input into this undertaking.
P.1: Evidence analysis of a set of self-defined, realistic and

achievable goals in relation to their personal aspirations and expectations of auditioning for music roles. This in turn will lead to the development and presentation of personal strategies for auditioning. There may be nominal tutor input into this undertaking.