I’m represented by another talent agency, can I still take part?
Yes, the Online Interactive Acting Course is a separate entity to the The Saffron Group agency. Your training will not be affected in any way if you are represented by another talent agency.
Do I need to live in the UK to take part in the course?
No, with the course being online, this means anybody, anywhere in the world can apply for the course However, applicants need to be fluent in spoken English and confident reading in English.. Please be aware that there may be text and script that may have advanced vocabulary in them on the course.
I’m under 18, can I apply?
No. The minimum age for the course is 18
When does the course start and what are the course dates?
The course starts on Friday the 24th July, from 7pm -9pm. Classes are every Friday of July.
In August classes will be on every Wednesday and Friday until Friday the 28th of August.
What is the course fee?
Option 1 – 2 payments of £105
Option 2 – 1 payment of £200
When do I need to pay for the course?
Option 1 – two payments of £105 – 1st payment due by Friday the 10th July. 2nd payment due by Friday the 17th July
Option 2 – one payment of £200 – due by Friday the 17th of July
You can choose from 2 payment options to pay for the course. Please note the total course fee will need to be paid by Friday the 17th July
What is the maximum class size?
Classes are capped at 18 students
Does my enrolment on the course mean I am part of The Saffron Group agency too?
No. The OIAC is a separate entity to the agency – The Saffron Group. Successful enrolment on the course does not mean you are part of the agency. By applying for the course it is under the sole purpose of acting training. Therefore, as a student of the OIAC, you are not represented by or guaranteed representation by The Saffron Group.
Will I gain a qualification once the course has completed?
The course is not accredited with any sort of qualification on completion. The course provides training and techniques around ‘character and scene development work, specifically designed for TV and Film’. For working and non-working actors, this is a great way of sharping and learning new skills.