Freelance Associate Facilitator - Identifying Musical Talent and Potential

Alex Noble

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Identifying Musical Talent and Potential: Associate Facilitator 

Freelance: approximately 8 days (including paid training) between April 2022 and March 2023, with potential for more work beyond this.

Fee: £200 per day

Closing date: 9.00 am, Monday 28 February

Interviews: Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 March

Identifying Musical Talent and Potential (ITP) exists to make music education fairer. It tackles one of the biggest obstacles to talented young people’s musical progress - many teachers’ limited experience of how to identify musical potential in the first place. Funded by Arts Council England’s Hub Support Programme, we’re recruiting 10 new Associate Facilitators to deliver training in Music Education Hubs across England and reach over 1000 teachers by March 2023.

If you’re a confident, creative and curious musician with experience of working with children and young people and leading or facilitating workshops with any age group we’d like to hear from you. You will be passionate about increasing access to music making for disadvantaged young people and committed to helping them overcome the barriers they face to fulfilling their musical potential. You will be open to learning new approaches and developing your own practice in new and creative ways.

For more information and an application form, please see https://www.a-y-m.org.uk/how-we-help/identifying-talent/

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