The Trinity Certificate for Music Educators (CME) is an accredited qualification linked to a flexible programme of learning. It encourages music educators to develop new skills, consolidate their understanding of the purposes of music education, and build their reflective practice, with the ultimate goal of enhancing their contribution to the musical learning of children and young people.
The CME in the East Midlands is run through MEHEM (Music Education Hubs for the East Midlands) and teh programme is validated by Trinity College London
The Trinity CME has been developed for anyone who works as a music educator with children and young people, whether they are new to the workforce or highly experienced. It is suitable for music educators working in any musical genre or educational setting. Learners might include:
◗◗ instrumental and vocal teachers working with music services, hubs, schools or privately
◗◗ early years and primary teachers
◗◗ community musicians and workshop leaders
◗◗ professional musicians who undertake education work.
Teachers from Derbyshire and Nottingham City are the first in the country to gain a prestigious new qualification for music teachers. The Music Education Hubs of the East Midlands (MEHEM) are the local centre for the Certificate for Music Educators (CME) course and have beaten off competition from around the country to produce the first three graduates for this exciting new qualification.