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

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As Music Education Providers develop their online offers at speed, Music Education Consultant Abi D’Amore hosts a Music Mark Members Webinar with presentations from Viki Smith (PMLL), Kerryn Hill (PRS) and Anthony Yarde (PRS). Exploring the specific challenges around licensing in the new online teaching space is increasingly vital to Music Education Providers due to the Coronavirus Lockdown. This session consists of talks from the panellists followed by a Q&A with the session participants. This Music Mark Members Webinar was hosted live on 12th May 2020

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

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Music leader and Zoom facilitator James Redwood shares the games, exercises and approaches he has found effective in leading workshops remotely.

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

 

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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.

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As part of the Hub Support Programme Music Mark are setting up a mentoring scheme utilising the considerable experience and knowledge within the sector.

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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.

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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.

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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...

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Out of the Ark Music provide award-winning singing resources to over 18,000 primary school and early years settings across the U.K.  We now offer outstanding CPD training aimed at every teacher in every school. There are currently 4 workshops to choose from.  These can be delivered directly to schools or via Music Hubs’ conferences or events.

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