We provide consultancy, advice and training for schools, music hubs and arts organisations in breaking down disabling barriers to music.
We offer professional development opportunities for practitioners providing music services for disabled people, with a particular focus on using technology to improve access to music making.
It can be difficult to keep up to date with the latest technology, or changing ideas in best practice, so we offer high quality training courses to solve that problem.
Opportunities are limited for disabled adults, children and young people to participate in creative music-making activities. We support the education, arts and third sectors to develop their skills and knowledge in this area, to improve access to music for all.
About the programme
Our consultancy and training programme is led by a national team of skilled and experienced associates who are experts in the field. We have a wealth of expertise in opening up access to music using technology and have built up a strong track record for innovation and best practice over the past 20 years.
What does it include?
Training Courses – We have a range of off-the-peg courses delivered by highly skilled and experienced expert trainers which cover topics ranging from using iPads in the classroom to accessible singing.
Bespoke Training Services – We can put together a programme of bespoke training to meet your specific needs.
Consultancy Services – We work with music hubs, educational and cultural organisations on a range of consultancy projects, from strategic planning through to guidance and training in assistive music technology.
Find out more:
Contact Douglas Noble, our National Manager for Training & Consultancy, to explore the options available to you: firstname.lastname@example.org