New Guitar Teacher Training Course Available At A Discounted Price.
So why should you become an approved music teacher ? Well for a start, you’ll attract more guitar students when they know your approved to teach with ‘Become A Music Teacher‘. You will also get in depth knowledge of things like lesson planning, timing and structure of lessons, warm ups and starter activities, individual lesson planning techniques for individual and small group teaching, collecting the best resources for your lessons, being able to plan ahead for a months/terms/years worth of lessons (schemes of work), profiling your pupil for better results and assessing pupils progress.
The course is easy to complete at home, for just a few hours a week. It gives regular feedback with helpful professional advise to assist with your teaching awareness. It also includes all the course material to help you pass. It will enable you to get the most from your teaching skills. It will improve your standing in the market place to help you get more pupils. On completion you will be awarded a ‘Become A Music Teacher’ teaching certificate which is approved by Become A Music Teacher & Andy Gleadhill.
An special introductory price is currently available at just £100, however this will rise to £350 over the coming days. For more details and to sign up for the course just go to www.becomeamusicteacher.com/music-teacher-training-course.
The course is written by internationally renown music educationalist Andy Gleadhill.
Andy Gleadhill is a Musician, Educator, Author, Composer, Ethnomusicologist and Teacher Trainer. He has over thirty five years experience as a professional Musician and Educationalist. As a performing musician Andy has played with some of the leading Recording Artists and Orchestras. Andy has had many papers and articles published on World Music and Music Education topics and has had seven books published on world music education topics and contributed the chapter on Music for the recently published academic book “Popular Culture, Pedagogy and Teacher Education” (Routledge 2014).
Andy has worked at every level of music education from Early Years settings to Post Graduate teaching at Conservatoires and Universities around the world. For over fifteen years he has been, and remains, a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University Institute for Education where he teaches on the specialist secondary music PGCE course. Andy was for many years the Head of Bristol Arts and Music Service which he built into a leading music support service. He has also served on the Music Hub Advisory Group of Arts Council England. He is a member of the Royal Society of Musicians and serves on the Executive Committee of the British Musicians’ Union.
Andy has also worked as an examiner for the Guildhall school of Music and Drama and Trinity College London, has co-authored Trinity/Guildhall examination syllabus and has been retained as a consultant to the ABRSM. He is a consultant to the Ministry of Education in Singapore and a visiting professor to the Malaysian Music Teachers Training College.
Andy now balances his work as a professional musician with delivering training and professional development to both music and generalist teachers around the world through his unique intensive training and bespoke mentoring schemes.
To apply for the music teachers course please click HERE.