Continuous Professional Development Course 2021
Suzuki Piano Plus
Suzuki philosophy applied to all aspects of teaching
including repertoire, scales, reading, group lessons and practice
Suitable for Suzuki piano teachers of all levels
Flexible attendance: attend a minimum of 20 hours during one or more courses
Online training on Sunday afternoons (c12.00 noon-5.00 pm)
18 April, 9 May, 30 May, 20 June, 11 July
Online training on 3 mornings (c9.00 am-2.00 pm)
Thursday 29 to Saturday 31 July
(guest tutor: Graham Rix)
When it’s possible to run week-long courses in Cambridge again, the venue will be:
17 Lynfield Lane, Cambridge, CB4 1DR
The ESA recommends CPD for all its teachers in order to
- maintain quality Suzuki teaching
- develop good role models for students and their parents
- research effective everyday teaching methods.
Several of my articles about the Suzuki approach will be of interest to Suzuki teachers. I would particularly recommend the eight articles on Suzuki for Piano published in Music Teacher magazine between 2008 and 2010, and the 13 articles in the special Suzuki issue of Piano Professional which I edited in January 2007. These are all on the articles page of my website.
Trainees and observers have come from Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Latvia, Poland, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Ireland, South Africa, America and Australia, as well as the UK. See feedback from trainees here.
Do email me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in finding out more about the CPD course.