The mix of music and technology can cause some of the greatest stresses in a music department.  If you’re looking to extend your use of music technology, or to enhance your current provision, this in-school course is for you.

COURSE DATE Available In-School only
WHO FOR?  Heads of Music Technology or Music
Teachers of Music or Music Technology
Teachers looking to enhance their music technology use
IN-SCHOOL You can also book this as an In-School Course
Detailed notes On-line materials
Powerpoint presentations CPD Certificate
 High quality training facilities Sit-down buffet lunch



10.00 – 3.30pm: TAILORING YOUR OWN DAY

Your in-school session will be designed by you, and can be planned around any areas, hands-on, one-to-one, with students or teachers only.   Some example focus areas could be:

  • How to make the most of  your music software
  • Troubleshooting music ICT problems
  • Planning music ICT-based schemes of work
  • Top tips on GCSE and A Level coursework recordings
  • Music technology for high and low ability students
  • Basic microphone and editing tuition for better recordings
  • Ideas on how to record/store your students’ final work
  • Using ICT as a tool to develop skills

Richard Mainwaring

Richard Mainwaring has worked with Music ICT for 30 years.  He has a Masters Degree in Creative Music Technology, has taught BTEC Music Technology and GCSE Music; he is also a TV composer (BBC, C4, Discovery Channel).