Bristol Music Trust is excited to present the second year of The Inclusive Practitioner CME training programme with the National Centre for Inclusive Excellence following its success in 2018/19. Through this course musicians will develop their skills in working with young people with disabilities who experience barriers when accessing music education.
The course is led by experts in the field of musically inclusive practice and is built around an ethos of reflective practice and person-centred learning.
The CME programme consists of a year of face-to-face training and 1-2-1 learning mentor support. The work submitted includes a portfolio of coursework and observations.
Who is it for?
The CME is for music educators who have at least one year of previous experience, who are currently working with young people and who are committed to developing their inclusive practice.
Learners might include:
- Instrumental and vocal teachers working with music services, hubs, schools or privately
- Early years and primary teachers
- Community musicians and workshop leaders
- Professional musicians who undertake education work