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Professional development for music practitioners

Derbyshire Music Education Hub is dedicated to providing opportunities for professional development for all music education practitioners throughout the year.

The Derbyshire Music Education Hub facilitates the planning and delivery of professional development events to suit the needs of music education practitioners working in the city and county.

Listed below are all the upcoming CPD events and opportunities for instrumental and vocal teachers and music education practitioners in Derbyshire. Please note, these events are often tailored to a specific type of person − please check your eligibility before booking.

Are you a school teacher?

Derby & Derbyshire Music Partnership provides CPD opportunities specifically for Primary and Secondary school teachers. Find out more about our schools' CPD offer.


SEND Hive-mind

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Are you struggling to engage one or more of your pupils in whole class, small group or one-to-one tuition?

Do you want practical suggestions to increase the focus, creativity and progress in pupils with challenging behaviour and/or additional learning needs?

If so, come along to our MEHEM Uprising SEND Hive-mind, where we will discuss practical examples with experts in a safe and supportive atmosphere. No question too basic, no challenge to complex.

  • Tuesday 30 November
    5.30-6.30pm, online via Zoom (Fully booked)
  • Tuesday 7 December
    6.00-7.00pm, online via Zoom
Learn more and book your place

Certificate for Music Educators

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The Trinity Level 4 Certificate for Music Educators (CME) is a brand new qualification for music educators working with children and young people in the UK.

It is designed to enable music educators to gain recognition for their work while benefiting from opportunities to develop their practice.

Find out more (mehem.org)

RNCM Conducting Course for Music Educators

RNCM logoLed by Mark Heron, Acting Head of Conducting, this specialised course provides hands-on practical experience in a variety of genres, complemented by an e-learning component.

Participants develop their technical and artistic skills over three workshops in October, January and March.

Thanks to partnerships with music hubs and youth orchestras, practical work takes place in front of young musicians, creating an environment that mirrors their own experience. The online element includes bespoke material currently being developed via our ConductIT platform.

Find out more (rncm.ac.uk)