Our popular courses are packed with practical music-making ideas for people working with children who have complex needs. We have a proven track record in designing hands-on, stimulating and enjoyable training for those working with children who have serious illness, disabilities or complex needs.
The course is equally suitable for people with no formal musical training and for those who have some experience: whatever level you’re at, you will go away with plenty of ideas to put into practice in your work, and also with a CPD certificate.
In order to make the course as accessible as possible, we heavily subsidise the cost. You get both days for just £80 (and that even includes refreshments and lunches!).
Our next courses will be on 6th and 7th November in London, and 9th and 10th November in York. For more information and online booking, click here.
‘Very inspiring and it’s given me lots of new ideas. Thank you so much for this amazing opportunity. I have learnt so much and already gained confidence.’
All our Soundtracks projects include an element of training, but we also offer dedicated training workshops to staff in schools for children with special needs. Typical topics covered are:
• exploring musical instruments
• working with iPads
• working with pulse and rhythm
• musical conversations
Click here to see participants on our course making a piece of music.
‘Definitely the best training course I’ve been on. Loads of relevant useful info and tips, friendly and knowledgeable tutors and a great atmosphere.’
Instrumental tutor training
We encourage instrumental tutors to increase their musical skills so that they can work with children who have special needs, broadening their expertise beyond their own specialisms. We can work with music education hubs or other organisations to deliver one-day training courses tailored to your needs.
‘The activities were amazing – 30 years in the business, and I was totally enthralled. I think you captured the interest and emotion of many of our staff and hopefully this can now grow and be sustainable.’