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Here is a list of the current continuing professional development courses. Please click on a course to see the full details.
27/10/2018 - 28/10/2018

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is pleased to welcome back the Musicians’ Union for their biennial Teachers’ Continued Professional Development Weekend in October

27/10/2018 - 28/10/2018

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is pleased to welcome back the Musicians’ Union for their biennial Teachers’ Continued Professional Development Weekend, 27-28 October 2018.

Bookings close 19 October 

27/10/2018 - 28/10/2018

Taking place on Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 October 2018, the weekend is an opportunity for music educators and specialists to meet, share skills and practice. Expect fascinating debates, dynamic workshops, and valuable 1-1 surgeries; all while making music and networking with colleagues from across the UK.

 

£25 for MU members per day

£50 for non-members per day

£10 for Trinity Laban Students per day

 

Last Booking Date for this Event
19th October 2018
28/10/2018

This CPD workshop will ideally suit teachers who need further ideas about how to make a professional work accessible to mixed abilities/children with little or no dance experience.

Date: 28 Oct 2018, 10:00 - 14:00
Venue: Royal Academy of Dance, 36 Battersea Square, SW11 3RA

Members Fee: £74.50
Non-members Fee: £104
30/10/2018

Are you a musician who would like to work with children and young people?

Want to know more about music education?
Just setting out on your music leading career?
Not sure where to start?

Then come along to Start Up on Tuesday 30 October 2018

Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road London E1 6LA

30/10/2018

Want to know more about music education?
Just setting out on your music leading career?
Not sure where to start?

Then come along to…

Start Up

Tuesday 30 October 2018: 10.00am – 1.00pm @ Rich Mix

03/11/2018

This course focuses on working with Disabled People and young people with Special Educational needs. We’ll explore some of the disabling barriers these groups face, as well as physical, cognitive and learning challenges, and how creative and participatory music sessions can benefit them.

Saturday 3rd November 10-4 at Goldsmiths SE14 6NW

Fee £95

09/11/2018

This course for those who work with Early Years is designed to develop understanding of what creativity means and explore ways in which we can best encourage creativity.

Date: 9 November 2018
Location: Pickhurst Infant Academy, Pickhurst Lane, West Wickham, BR4 0HL
Cost: £75

Book by 5 October 2018

16/11/2018

Beyond Resistance A training course for Facilitators in dealing with Resistance (challenging behaviour, disruption and awkward indivduals and groups)

 

Friday 16th of November 

Fee £52.99 

16/11/2018

A training course for Facilitators in dealing with Resistance  

17/11/2018

This course focuses on music-making with people living with dementia. This rapidly-growing and exciting area of the field focuses on how music can enable those living with dementia to connect and create, combating social isolation, and helping maintain a sense of agency and identity.
Fee - £95 
Saturday 17 Nov 2018 10am-4pm

18/11/2018

Arts Council England has funded Good Vibrations to run a day-long Effective Facilitation workshop for music practitioners to develop their facilitation techniques. 
Date: 18 November 2018
Time: 10-5pm
Location: Royal College of Music, Recital Hall, Prince Consort Road, SW7 2BS
Cost: £25

26/11/2018

October Gallery Education runs a successful and inspiring monthly Family Learning Programme, as well as workshops in the gallery for Foundation and Key Stage 1 and 2. In this morning of training we share our experiences of working with Early Years to equip you with the tools to program, coordinate or facilitate your own workshops and projects.

Date: 26 November 2018
Time: 10-1pm
Location: October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, WC1N 3AL
Cost: £8.97

 

11/12/2018

 

At this free event, museum and gallery practitioners share their experiences of using surveys underpinned by digital technology to evaluate activities with children and young people. This is part an Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Follow-on Fund project between The National Gallery, The University of Cambridge Museums and The University of Warwick. 

Date: 11 December, 10am-4pm
At: The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN