- What is a Certificate for Music Educators?
The Certificate for Music Educators (called the CME) is a programme of professional development for anyone teaching music. It is validated by Trinity College London, at the standard of GNVQ level 4.
- How long is the Course?
One year, although you will be given up to two years if you ask for extra time. It starts in June 2019.
Please refer to the Course Diary for further details.
- What does the course consist of ?
The course is made of four modules
- Young People and their Music World
- Musical Learning: planning, delivery, assessment and evaluation
- The Music Educator and their wider professional role
- The Reflective Practitioner
Each module has a set of learning outcomes that are assessed against specific criteria. The Certificate is awarded upon successfully collecting, collating and presenting evidence that meets the assessment criteria of each module. This is a pass/fail certificate. An important feature throughout the whole course is developing your understanding of and becoming a reflective practitioner.
- What is the cost?
The full course fee is £1600. A fully refundable deposit of £100 will be taken with your application. If you are accepted on to the course the remaining fee will be payable by 31st May 2019.