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Music Industry Course

 

•Aim – . To introduce the students to the many and varied employment possibilities within the music industry. To give students confidence that they can achieve and enjoy something which may lead them into a career.
•Benefits - Increase confidence, focus a passion for music, develop relevant skills for the workplace through learning about music. Learning DJ/MC skills, developing music production/sound design/recording skills. A chance to express themselves and any turmoil in their life they may not be able to talk through elsewhere.
•Wider community - Live performance events available for the wider community. Positive direction for young students through following a passion for music.
•End of course - Work towards arts award which has bronze, silver and gold certificates. Students leave knowing how to use industry standard equipment and software. Basic understanding of how to put on an event and some of the business opportunities associated with this.
•Evaluate - Number of students on the course is one key indicator. Success of the events, achievement of Arts Awards, student enjoyment and quality of students work.
•Milestones - First event, first Arts Award awarded, first student to go on and study music technology at college or university, first job secured.
•Ready to work? –  For DJ/MC to be able to perform in a club or bar/social event, for students to put devise, arrange and promote an event, for students to produce a piece of music suited to a brief.

 

Introduction to the Music Industry

 

•Aim – . To introduce the students to the many and varied employment possibilities within the music industry. To give students confidence that they can achieve and enjoy something which may lead them into a career.
•Benefits - Increase confidence, focus a passion for music, develop relevant skills for the workplace through learning about music. Learning DJ/MC skills, developing music production/sound design/recording skills. A chance to express themselves and any turmoil in their life they may not be able to talk through elsewhere.
•Wider community - Live performance events available for the wider community. Positive direction for young students through following a passion for music.
•End of course - Work towards arts award which has bronze, silver and gold certificates. Students leave knowing how to use industry standard equipment and software. Basic understanding of how to put on an event and some of the business opportunities associated with this.
•Evaluate - Number of students on the course is one key indicator. Success of the events, achievement of Arts Awards, student enjoyment and quality of students work.
•Milestones - First event, first Arts Award awarded, first student to go on and study music technology at college or university, first job secured.
•Ready to work? –  For DJ/MC to be able to perform in a club or bar/social event, for students to put devise, arrange and promote an event, for students to produce a piece of music suited to a brief.