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Opening Times:
Building

In light of the most recent Government advice, Sage Gateshead will be closed to the public until further notice.

The health and safety of audiences, musicians and staff at Sage Gateshead is our priority. Keep up to date here.

 

 →  Sage Gateshead Certificate for Music Educators (CME)

Sage Gateshead Certificate for Music Educators (CME)

About Sage Gateshead CME

The Sage Gateshead Certificate Music Educators (CME) is a Level 4 qualification accredited by Trinity College London linked to a flexible programme of learning.  It encourages Music Leaders to develop new skills, consolidate their understanding of the purpose of music education and build their reflective practice with the ultimate goal of enhancing their contribution to the musical learning of children and young people.

The Sage Gateshead CME is designed to be a flexible programme of training and assessment to fit around learners’ professional commitments as well as meeting their professional development needs.

Sage Gateshead CME is delivered by CoMusica and subsidised by Youth Music.

Who is Sage Gateshead CME for?

The Sage Gateshead CME is for people that currently work as a Music Leader (in any musical genre or educational setting) with children and young people who are committed to developing their inclusive practice.

What does the course involve?

11 monthly training sessions (Wednesdays 4pm – 6.30pm) covering topics including:

  • Understanding group dynamics;
  • Understanding children and young people’s musical learning;
  • Promoting positive behaviour;
  • Working with children and young people with additional needs and SEN/D;
  • Equality, diversity and inclusion;
  • Safeguarding;
  • Professional development planning;
  • How to evidence knowledge;
  • Planning and evaluating inclusive musical learning;

3 x assignments and regular one to one meetings with your assigned Assessor.

How will the course benefit me?

As a CME learner, you will:

  • Receive training from individuals who have experience across a range of inclusive settings;
  • Gain a recognised qualification;
  • Enhance your skills in inclusive music practice;
  • Reflect on and share your own skills, knowledge and experience with others;
  • Become part of a learning community in the North East and a growing network of inclusive Music Leaders throughout the UK.

Cost

Subsidised places are available to learners referred through North East Music Education Hubs or North East Youth Music Fund A/B Grant-holder organisations.

Individual places are charged at £1,000

Please contact [email protected] for more information.

For more information about the course in general, please visit www.trinitycollege.com.

Supported by Youth Music, using public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.