Instrumental or Vocal Teaching - Minor Route

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Description

This route aims to develop students' skills as an instrumentalist or singer and enable you to communicate confidence and enthusiasm to others. The vocational flavour of study is underlined by the focus on individual and group teaching models in the third year of study. In addition to training you in teaching your instrument or voice, the course prepares you in the communication, planning and organisational skills needed in your professional life.

Indicative Route Content

  • Technique for the Young Performer Good technical advice is especially important for beginners, particularly the young player or singer. Whilst you can expect to teach a few adult learners as part of your work, the majority…

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This route aims to develop students' skills as an instrumentalist or singer and enable you to communicate confidence and enthusiasm to others. The vocational flavour of study is underlined by the focus on individual and group teaching models in the third year of study. In addition to training you in teaching your instrument or voice, the course prepares you in the communication, planning and organisational skills needed in your professional life.

Indicative Route Content

  • Technique for the Young Performer Good technical advice is especially important for beginners, particularly the young player or singer. Whilst you can expect to teach a few adult learners as part of your work, the majority of your future pupils will be children.
  • Repertoire for the Young Performer For a student teacher, providing a bridge between your own repertoire and more current, popular culture is important if children are to be engaged and encouraged to progress to more rewarding levels of skill.
  • Grades and Development This module will examine the core skills - practice technique, sight-reading, aural tests etc to achieve higher levels of performance ability and musicianship.
  • Self-Employment Marketing and Promotion Tuition and advice designed to help graduates market themselves as trained professionals and to recruit a viable practice of students is central to this course, as is advice on peripheral issues such as tax returns and self-employment.
  • One-to-One and Group Teaching These modules focus on both individual and group teaching, allowing you to gain useful first hand experience with the support of tutors.

Can I combine this subject with others?

Yes: English, and Music

Entry Requirements

3 years full time (as part of bachelor degree)

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