Training

"Interactive Music-Making gave me the confidence to use music and musical instruments to support children's learning and development, but also gave me a set of tools that are transferable in day to day practice.”  

Mirela Siminceanu, Early Years Practitioner, Brookhill Children's Centre

 

"I love it, even the bits which scared me!  I would do IMM all day everyday, if I could."

IMM Student, 2015

 

"I thoroughly enjoyed the course and I feel I have benefited greatly from it. I often use activities, strategies and principles in my everyday practice now." 

IMM Graduate, 2014

 

If you are interested to learn more about using Interactive Music-Making in your own work with young children, there are Interactive Music-Making Learning Programmes which you can join. 

 

It is a unique learning programme comprising twelve weekly evening seminars, supported by a practical assignment, and the option to complete a written assignment to obtain credits from the University of Greenwich.  It is primarily aimed at those working with infants under the age of 5 years, including early years' practitioners across all community sectors, as well as parents and carers, and musicians and music students who wish to apply their skills within a developmental framework. However, no musical background or particular musical skills are required to access the training, all that matters is an interest in child development and the desire to incorporate music into this.  You can view more detailed information about the course by clicking here or click here to download our information leaflet 'What is Interactive Music-Making?' 

 

The next Interactive Music-Making courses will run in South East London in January 2016. The Course Fees are £625. Click here to apply online

 

Please contact shannonperkinscarr@musicastherapy.org for more information or an application form.

 

If you are keen to enroll on the course but not yet ready to make a full application, please do let us know by clicking here, so we can let you know as places start to be booked up (the cohort numbers are limited).  

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