Jordan is a qualified lecturer with emphasis on post 14 learning, and further education.
Jordan received his education training at the University of South Wales, where he achieved a Distinction, and was awarded "Outstanding Commitment to Course & College" while in his role teaching Performing Arts.
Jordan has been an Hourly Paid Lecturer in Performing Arts at Bridgend College for over 2 years, and has delivered modules in Classical Theatre, Historical Context, Performing Arts Business, Self Filming for Auditions, Storytelling, Creative Writing, Acting for Radio and Pantomime. Jordan also has experience delivering at GCSE level, delivering on the AQA and Edexcel Syllabi, as well as AQA, Edexcel and WJEC A-Level Drama and Performing Arts Syllabi.
As part of his PGCE, Jordan developed a Creative Writing Curriculum, which includes learners learning the histories of English Language and Literature, Theatre Dramaturg, as well as supporting learners to write their own material, followed by teaching learners to self publish.
Jordan has worked and trained young people providing sessions and workshops on a plethora of theatrical areas on both a 1-1 and group basis, this has included Audition Speeches where students have gained successful places at GSA, Central School of Speech and Drama, Arts Central, RWCMD, and many universities across the UK.
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Jordan can deliver workshops and training sessions on a 1-1 or group basis, perfect for those who are wanting to audition for Drama School.
There is also some availability for Education Workshops. These workshops are packed full of exciting practical activities to shake up the classroom, and give students a top class experience into Drama, Theatre and Practitioners.
Alongside this Jordan is a certified Google Trainer, and is able to deliver workshops, training sessions and coaching on using the Google Suite.
Currently Jordan is leading a Creative Wellbeing Project in connection with the Vale of Glamorgan and Cardiff Council, as part of the the Welsh Government Funded Adult Learning Support Fund (2020). As part of this project, Jordan, is writing and delivering a full six week curriculum and scheme of work based around creative subjects as ways to improve and support adult wellbeing with the areas.