Excellence in Instrumental & Vocal Teaching
This course is for instrumental and vocal teachers working in any context including peripatetic teachers employed by music hubs and schools, and private teachers working with children or adults.
The session will look at the different approaches required to effectively engage and motivate pupils in a variety of settings including one-to-one, small group and ensemble teaching.
The course will cover research and pedagogy around instrumental and vocal teaching, including up-to-date ideas for the planning and assessment of lessons, and Ofsted guidance in relation to instrumental and vocal teaching in schools.
Leeds - Postponed until 2017
Manchester - Monday 24th October 2016 10am-4pm
Royal Northern College of Music
124 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9RD
Excellent availability. Booking closes 30th September.
Birmingham - Postponed until 2017
London - Postponed until 2017
Wales - Saturday 29th April 2017 10am-4pm
Malpas Court Primary School Grounds, Whittle Drive, Newport, NP20 6NS
Excellent availability. Booking closes 11th February.
Middlesbrough - Monday 10th April 2017 10am-4pm
Custom House, North Street, Middlesbrough, TS2 1JP.
Excellent availability. Booking closes 10th March.
Course Objective: Develop a deeper understanding of instrumental teaching pedagogy, in order to develop excellent practice in instrumental and vocal teaching.
CME Assessment Links: Unit 1 Criteria 2.2, 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3; Unit 2 Criteria 1.2, 3.1 and 3.7.
Dr Stafford is Senior Lecturer in Professional Studies at Leeds College of Music, Programme Leader for the Level 4 Certificate for Music Educators at CPD Centre West Midlands, and Director of Music Education Solutions Ltd.
Kay is a trumpet player, composer, teacher and workshop leader. Kay has worked as a peripatetic trumpet tutor and music teacher in London for over twenty years. Publications include ‘Bollywood Blast’ - a set of tutor books and arrangements for brass and wind and ‘Tubalosity’ for solo tuba.