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Courses and Workshops

Courses and workshops available throughout the year to support teachers and students of music and music education

On this online course you will learn how to promote positive behaviour, and deal with inappropriate and challenging behaviour in a music education setting.

This directory has been produced to allow anyone seeking a further education or higher education music course in the UK or Ireland to locate, contact and compare education centres running those courses in their region.

We’re pleased to announce our new Music Education Hub Support Programme in partnership with and funded by Arts Council England.


Music Mark is delighted to offer an enhanced variety of training and resources to help support the development of Music Education Hubs through two programmes – Underpinning Hubs for the Future and the Workforce Development Programme.

The first of a series of online courses to help you to reach more customers, participants, funders and commissioners by improving your own/your team’s skills in comms/marketing, and creating/updating your comms strategy & plan.

As part of the Hub Support Programme, Music Mark are running a mentoring scheme utilising the considerable experience and knowledge within the sector. Find out about our existing mentors and apply to be a mentee.

Junior Trinity offers the opportunity to study for an A Level in Music Technology as part of its Saturday programme for students in Year 10 or higher who can read music fluently and have some basic keyboard skills.

Award-winning online composition courses to inspire and engage students in writing their own music. Courses include exemplar listening material, video content and other interactive features.

Youth music charity Orchestras for All (OFA) has two online training course designed to develop skills in effectively leading an inclusive music ensemble. The course is aimed at music teachers, ensemble leaders and aspiring conductors working in inclusive music-making settings.  Each of the modules has been designed to cover a specific element...

The PGCert in Performance Teaching will prepare you for employment as a professional artist-teacher in a range of contexts. These include higher education institutions, specialist performing arts schools and junior conservatoires, state and independent schools, community and lifelong learning environments, and inclusive learning programmes such as Sistema-inspired initiatives.