Our very valued drama facilitator Jed Murray trained with ArtsTrain… In our experience the training has provided us with facilitators of a very high standard and we believe it is the main reason we have enjoyed a good and loyal membership.
Lorraine O’Brien, Boolabus Youth Theatre

About the course

The learning in ArtsTrain takes place in a workshop context, through the trainees’ active participation, observation, dialogue and analysis. 

How To Apply

We are not currently taking applications for ArtsTrain. 

Former Participants of ArtsTrain are now:

  • employed as youth theatre directors/leaders
  • facilitating a wide range of groups including youth drama, community and adult drama groups
  • facilitating drama in both primary and secondary schools
  • studying Theatre and Drama at Higher Diploma and Degree level
  • working on international projects
  • employed as Arts Administrators by Local Authorities and other organisations
  • employed in the broader youth work sector

To be taught by remarkable individuals, who devote so much energy and wisdom to their work, had a tremendous impact on me as an individual and as a facilitator.
Former Participant
I have never been on a course where there was so much support, interest, motivation and feedback from the tutors as was shown to me as a participant of ArtsTrain.
Former Participant

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