Available in the UK, the Trinity Level 4 Certificate for Music Educators (Trinity CME) is designed for music educators whether you teach children or adults, beginners or advanced students. It’s supported by a flexible programme of learning and is offered by a network of Trinity CME centres.
Who’s it for?
The Trinity CME is suitable for anyone who works as a music educator including:
What does it include?
The Trinity CME assesses learners in:
Study for the Trinity CME
The Trinity CME is available through approved centres that offer complete programmes of training and assessment. Centres currently include music education hubs, music services, specialist subject associations and other training providers.
For more information on what studying for the Trinity CME is like, and what is assessed download our brochure and specification or watch our webinar which will guide you through it.
To learn what your organisation needs to do to become a centre, download the validation requirements for becoming a Trinity CME centre.
In addition to the Validation requirements and Specification, you may find it useful to refer to the Level 4 descriptors and Areas of study documents provided below. The Level 4 descriptors exist to support centres familiarise themselves with the depth of study required at this level. The Areas of study is an optional alternative model of delivery to the 6 unit model outlined in the Specification.Level 4 descriptors Areas of study
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