Arts & Third Sector Organisations

Thank you for a very enjoyable and thought-provoking session. We really enjoyed working with our musicians in a more open and relaxed way, and hearing about their thoughts, ideas and approaches to this work. Your approach with them was just right.”
David Nunn (LSO On Track Projects Manager)


We offer in-house and bespoke training courses for a wide range of arts, music and third sector organisations in breaking down disabling barriers to creative music-making.

Develop your team’s skills and knowledge in how to use technology to open up access to music for all.

Our consultancy and training programme is led by a national team of skilled and experienced associates who are experts in the field.

Over the past 20 years we have built up a strong track record for innovation and best practice and have worked with a range of arts organisations including:

  • BBC Symphony OrchestraBBC SOL-2315 EB cropped
  • DaDa Fest
  • London Symphony Orchestra
  • Furtherfield
  • Walled City Music
  • St Magnus International Festival
  • Live Music Now
  • Creativeworks London
  • City of London Festival
  • Colston Hall
  • Network Arts Lewisham
  • Horniman Museum

Choose from our range of off-the-peg courses, or contact us to discuss putting together a bespoke programme which is tailored to meet your organisational objectives.

Courses for arts & third sector organisations:
Music and Disabled People: An introduction to real participation in music-making
Soundbeam Training
Using iPads for Music
Low-tech solutions: accessible music on a shoestring
Accessible Singing for SEND children
Disability Equality Training for Music

Choose from full or half day sessions, or some topics can be offered over a longer period of time, depending on the level of depth and interest.

Who are the courses for?

Our courses are for anyone interested in learning more about accessible music-making. They are hands-on and practical, to enable you to learn skills you can use straight away.

It is not necessary to be a musician or a technology expert. Our courses are booked by many arts, music and third sector organisations, including venues, healthcare providers, community arts and community music organisations to name a few.


We offer a wide range of consultancy services to arts and music organisations, venues and third sector organisations, which can range from guidance and recommendations for assistive music technology, through to strategic planning of services and ensuring best practice in relation to inclusion and accessibility.

Find out more:

For more information or for a quote, please contact Douglas Noble  our National Manager for Training and Consultancy