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The Equal Access to Music Programme  comprises a set of Projects . The Programme has emerged from our experience of taking a Social Model Approach to make equal access to music a reality for Young People with ' autism' or 'learning disability' labels .  We'd welcome discussion about the development of ' Inclusive Music Facilitators' 

For more detail about the Projects please visit : http://www.theturningtidesproject.org.uk/equal-access-to-music-programme...    

 

 

 

 

 

Community music and music education were at the centre of the conversation at the TEDx event in Lincoln late last year, as soundLINCS’ CEO Nikki-Kate Heyes MBE gave a fantastic speech on the topic “Community Music: A Power for Change”.

Conductors for Change gives music leaders the tools, strategies and practical conducting techniques to set up a new instrumental ensemble, or develop an existing one. Created by a team of highly experienced music directors and educators this flexible programme of hands-on training days is rooted in inclusive practice.

The Music Leader Training Programme (EaT)
Train as a community music teacher and gain a City and Guilds EaT qualification

LONDON & BRISTOL CLASSES AVAILABLE

The Music Leader Training Programme (EaT)
Train as a community music teacher and gain a City and Guilds EaT qualification

LONDON & BRISTOL CLASSES AVAILABLE

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Tue 25 Jul 2017

Build your organisation’s fundraising capacity through a new 18-month national training intensive designed to accelerate your revenue-generating capabilities.

World Music in the Classroom, July 20th (10am-4pm) by award-winning music teacher, Patrick Allen

 

 

 

 

 

 

New online music teacher training accredited by 'Become A Music Teacher' and Andy Gleadhill.

Reflection is increasingly a hot topic amongst music-educators across the country, and it is an essential skill for using Youth Music's Quality Framework - but where does the concept of reflection come from, and how to does it work?

MERYC-England in partnership with CREC are pleased to announce a NEW bespoke early childhood version of the Trinity College Certificate for Music Educators.  

Call out for presentations deadline 14th May 2017

Take Art and Actiontrack Performance Company have been delivering a music workshop programme in 10 Somerset PRU settings across the county as well as with vulnerable young adults and Looked After Children since 2012. Over this period we have work with over 150 young people over a sustained period of time. This activity has taken place in centres and at Actiontrack's recording studio in group and one-to-one settings.  This work has been generously supported by Youth Music and local funders including Sound Foundation Somerset (Somerset Music Education Hub), Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) and the Taunton Maid Bursary Trust

  • by ally

    Sun 19 Feb 2017

New freely downloadable resource for music practitioners in all settings, providing practical and easy-to-use strategies for performance anxiety.