Certificate for Music Educators, Level 4, accredited by ABRSM

This Enact Music online distance learning course, is for all music teachers and educators who wish to improve their teaching and gain a UK based music teaching qualification accredited by ABRSM, at level 4.

Fully completed remotely, with no need for travel, the course learning units are:
  •  Understanding children and young people’s musical learning
  •  Equality, diversity and inclusion in musical learning
  •  Promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour
  •  Safeguarding the welfare and well-being of children and young people in musical learning
  •  Musical learning, planning, leading, assessment, and evaluation
  • Leadership and reflective practice in music education
Assessment is done via a portfolio of assessment tasks that learners complete as per the requirements of the accrediting body.

Please email us at [email protected] to discuss your eligibility for the course, prior to completing your payment. 
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Meet our team

Dr Lilian Simones

Lilian has been a pianist and piano teacher for most of her life. Her passion for music teaching led her to pursue research in music teaching and music education, resulting in a number of publications in peer-reviewed academic journals. Currently she is a Lecturer and Staff Tutor in Music at the Open University, UK.  Her research is focused on instrumental music teaching and learning, specifically on optimisation of communication between teachers and students and development of creativity in this music teaching and learning setting.

Elizabeth Rozier

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Passionate about music and it’s place in education, Liz Rozier is an experienced music lead. Since receiving her degree, she has taught children in the classroom across all key stages and tutored flute and voice students with ABRSM and Trinity successfully. She is now a freelance music education consultant based in the Midlands working with schools, universities and music hubs to support colleagues through workshops and CPD. 

Dr Chrysi Kyratsou

Chrysi is an anthropologist focused on music, a music educator, and classically trained pianist with a background on free improvisation. She taught Anthropology of creative practices and music in Higher Education settings and collaborated with NGOs providing music lessons to refugees. Her research includes working with musicians and music teachers in diverse settings. She is passionate about exploring the potentials for inclusion that emerge through musical engagements and how they can be maximised.

Jacopo Colombi

Jacopo is a community musician and piano teacher who dedicated his career to helping visually-impaired individuals and children learn to play the piano. Having completed the Trinity CME Course at Enact Music, he brings a unique perspective to his work as a CME Mentor. He is passionate about inclusion in music education. He actively participates in a jazz band and in a brass band, playing the trumpet and cornet.

Vicki Brown

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Michael  Gallagher

trained  as  classical pianist and teacher, Michael holds a degree in Music in addition to Diploma in Piano Performance and Post Grad Certificates. he taught in a number of Public and Private schools as a classroom teacher and a peripatetic tutor.  Michael also teaches GCSE/A-Level (CCEA, AQA and Edexcel) and Piano theory Grades 1-8. His academic interests include the understanding, interpretation and performance of popular music and the use of the methodology for its analysis.
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