Music is a unique form of communication that can change the way you feel, think and It forms part of your identity and can help develop your competence as a learner.
Why this subject is important:
- You will learn vocational skills that will enable you to pursue a career in the music
- Music is a unique form of communication that can change the way you feel, think and It forms part of your identity and can help develop your competence as a learner.
- Music increases your self-esteem and creates a sense of achievement and self-worth.
- Music learning develops your critical skills: your ability to listen, to appreciate a wide variety of music, and to make judgement about musical
- Music increases self-discipline and
- Music helps you understand yourself, relate to others and develop a deeper cultural understanding of home, school and the widerMusic education helps to develop a sense of group identity and togetherness and develops group work
- Music education helps you develop an understanding of history, technology and future
This course allows you to engage with the music industry and develop a range of relevant practical and technical skills. You will explore music product development and events management, and apply your knowledge in new and practical industry-related contexts.
The qualification is 120 GLH, which is the same size and level as a GCSE, and is aimed at everyone who wants to find out more about the music industry.
You will study the following two mandatory units, covering the fundamental knowledge, skills and understanding required for the music sector:
- the music industry
- managing a music product
You will build on the knowledge gained in the mandatory units, and explore two sub- sectors of the music industry, by choosing a further two units, covering areas such as:
- introducing live sound
- introducing music composition
- introducing music performance
- introducing music recording
- introducing music sequencing