School of Sociology and Social Policy
   
   
  

Music Care Training - Level 1

Location
Jubilee Campus
Date(s)
Wednesday 13th (09:00) - Thursday 14th March 2019 (17:00)
Contact
cpd@nottingham.ac.uk
Description

Part of a three level training programme that prepares caregivers to use music in their care practice with increased confidence and theoretical understanding.

Level 1 will introduce you to basic theory of music care, as well as strategies that can be applied to various settings.

Key outcomes

  • Describe the goals of music care and how they can be applied to care settings 
  • Discuss the context and impact of music care within a changing healthcare system
  • Position music care as an approach rather than a scope of practice 
  • Adopt the impact of rhythm, melody and timbre in care situations 
  • Demonstrate a sensitivity to the impact of sound and music in a care space 
  • Show awareness of a range of music care resources and provide examples 
  • Apply 10 music care strategies 
  • Build confidence using the voice as an instrument of care 
  • Develop a proposal for a music care initiative in a real-life care setting

Find out more and book your place on our CPD prospectus

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