Training for those with an interest in teaching music to young children
Our training courses teach early years professionals how to successfully deliver music activities to toddlers and young children. The training programmes are a valuable addition to studies in early childhood including NVQ levels 1 – 3 and ITT courses.
The Music House for Children (est.1994) provides training across the UK. We provide practical workshops to conferences, early years settings and bespoke events. The online training courses give early years teams working in more isolated communities the opportunity of distance learning combined with the option of webinar events.
Music with Additional Needs – COMING SOON
An insight into how music supports life-skills and learning with deafness, autism and language delayed children.
Applying Music with Movement – COMING SOON
Showing how musical play with movement supports learning and the development of an enquiring mind.
Delivering Music in the Early Years – COMING SOON
Providing a flexible music template to use at any time throughout a routine day in early years settings.
A Guide to Musical Resources – COMING SOON
Introducing instruments and relevant resources to support language, storytelling and curriculum based learning.
Each training programme includes
Practical activity sheets
Questions and Answers
A CACHE Certificate
The First Steps into Music course takes up to 12 hours to complete with 6 months complition time allowed.
All other training courses take up to 8 hours to complete with 6 months completion time allowed.
The CACHE training courses are ideal for Individuals, Groups, Nursery settings, Students, Musicians, Graduates and those with an interest in developing musical knowledge and practice with young children.
We also offer on site training in your school or centre. For more information please download the training pack for schools .
Click here for a registration form
The Music House for Children is a not for profit organisation established in 1994.
Our Patrons include: Bill Bailey (www.billbailey.co.uk) and Sophie Ellis-Bextor (www.sophieellisbextor.net)