Belfast Music Academy Ltd
Certificate in Musical Teaching
Certificate in Musical Teaching
Instrument Teacher Training Programme.
music teaching the
Academy Ltd way.
Guaranteed job offer on
Duration: 3 Months – 1 Year
Benefits: See Below
Cost: See Below
Assessment: No Exams – continuous assessment during course
Attendance: Part Time 1 hour per week
Entrance Requirements: See Below.
In a Nutshell
This Part-Time programme takes musicians (mainly in guitar and keyboards,
but drums and bass are considered), and trains them to be professional
music teachers in their chosen instrument. Upon successful completion of the
course, you will be up to the standard to teach professionally for the Belfast
Music Academy, and you will be offered a position with us to teach your
instrument*. The course lasts from 3 months to 1 year depending on your
level upon starting. Attendance is 1 hour per week, so that you can fit this
programme around your current commitments.
This programme will introduce you to the way teaching is done in Belfast Music
Academy, and how you can be a real tutor within 3 months to 1 year of
Upon Successful completion you will get
-A guaranteed job offer* with an average starting salary of £19000**
-Valuable Experience in teaching your instrument.
-Increased communication skills
-Communication Skills for teaching Music
-Teaching at all levels
-Teaching for all ages
We teach all of these.
It's not a one-size fits all approach to music-teaching that we offer.
We tailor the programme for your needs.
You will be simulating lessons in the context of your course. So it means that
you will be constantly assessed. When you are ready then you will pass the
course. We are looking to create high-level-professionals.
After the Course:
The course lasts between 3 months to 1 year depending on your level upon
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be offered a role in the
company as a Music Instructor. Starting wage is approx £19000**
This is an investment in yourself.
Because sometimes people find it difficult to pay in full at the start of their
course, we offer a monthly payment option, so that it takes away the difficulty
in paying for your course.
The cost is £175 per month.
Considering that the minimum time frame in which the course can be completed
is 3 months, you could be a fully trained music teacher, with a guaranteed job*
making a starting wage of £19000 per year** with the only outlay being £525,
which is amazing! Especially when you consider that Universities can charge you
more than £3200 per year!***
We are very proud of our £175 per month price, and know that at this price it
will be very well subscribed.
--You must be a competent musician in one of the following instruments
--You must have a grasp of Rock Music and other forms of modern music.
See the rest of this website for an idea of the kind of music that we teach.
--You must be 18 or older
--You must have a real desire to be a music teacher
If you are unsure if your ability as a musician is at the level that we require,
we'd be happy to assess you! Just contact us using our form.
Just fill in the blanks, and hit send! If you're unsure of anything, just leave that
Your Teacher-Training Course Application Form:
*Guaranteed Job Offer:
Based upon availability. We will need teachers for our planned expansion and
opening of branches. The timing of your job offer is based upon the timing of
our branch openings and expansion. We endeavour to offer you full time work,
but you may be asked to accept part time work. The work is self-employed.
See income disclaimer. More information is available on this by contacting us.
The £19000 per annum figure is based upon 52 weeks per year at 40 hours per
week at the rate of £9:13 per hour. As you will be self employed – working for
the Belfast Music Academy, your income may vary, and we may give you a
higher hourly rate than the above quoted at our discretion. Please also note
that the above does not take into account holidays taken. More information is
available on this by contacting us.
*** data from
http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/EducationAndLearning/UniversityAndHigherEducation/StudentFinance/Gettingstarted/DG_171573 … figures correct as of time of writing.