Supporting Young People – CANCELLED

The Inclusive Practitioner CME

  • Venue:

  • Time:

    09:30
  • Date:

  • Ages:

    18+

Due to the ongoing impact of the Coronavirus outbreak, this event is cancelled. 

We thank all our audiences for their ongoing patience and support during this time.

For more information, please visit our Coronavirus FAQs page.

A one day training session for music leaders looking at how to ensure that young people in challenging circumstances are safe and supported. Delivered by the National Centre of Inclusive Excellence, part of The Inclusive Practitioner CME course.

This session is relevant for music practitioners looking to develop their skills including: community settings, schools, music hubs, workshop leaders and music professionals who are looking to expand or undertake music education work.

Session Content

How do you ensure that young people in challenging circumstances are safe and supported? This training day has two parts:

•  Developing strategies for managing behaviour

•  How to ensure the safety of young people in a music education context

A CPD Safeguarding Attendance Certificate is included as part of this session.

The Inclusive Practitioner CME Course

This one day course is part of the NCIE ‘The Inclusive Practitioner for Music Educators’ level 4 qualification which is accredited by Trinity College, London.

Participants can attend the Young People’s Music Worlds training as a one off CPD session, or click here for information on the full course to gain qualification.

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Presented by

  • National Centre of Inclusive Excellence, part of The Inclusive Practitioner CME course.

  • The Inclusive Practitioner CME Level 4 is accredited by Trinity College London; the international exam board for the performing arts and English language.

  • The NCIE is supported by Youth Music, using public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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