Music events, webinars and workshops

Syllabus Support Webinars

We run regular support webinars, where we focus on particular topics relating to our exams, with a specialist consultant. You can attend live or watch any of the recordings at a time convenient to you. These sessions are designed for the UK & Ireland but all are welcome to join.

View recent webinars

You can view recordings of recent sessions below. Registration is free.

Online events for arts teachers and practitioners

The UK&I team is running a series of one hour networking opportunities for arts teachers and practitioners – latest details appear below.

Coffee Mornings are small group events, focused around an art form or specific sector to allow teachers and practitioners to share challenges, successes and get to virtually meet fellow arts educators. These will be loosely facilitated by the Trinity Team, but the focus is on you!

Network Events are larger-scale sessions, exploring some of the big questions facing arts education today. Together we will explore the challenges and opportunities, and you will be provided with the space to share your thoughts and experiences as well as network with like-minded professionals.

INSET and CPD (UK & Ireland)

We are happy to provide bespoke INSET sessions in the UK and Ireland for audiences of 10 or more. Our most popular session is called Teaching assessment – getting inside Trinity Music exams a 90-minute-long session to help understand the Trinity diagnostic mark scheme and apply it to your teaching. This is a practical session involving using the criteria to mark real life music exam candidates. We also have new sessions covering our new Digital Grades and Diplomas exams

  • If you would like us to deliver a Trinity workshop or information session, please download our INSET leaflet which gives more details and then make a request using our online application form.

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