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Lecturer Accreditation

An Australian Kodály Certificate (AKC) Lecturer leads or facilitates subjects towards an Australian Kodály Award and/or Certificate such as Musicianship, Methodology, Cultural Materials, Teaching Techniques, Conducting and Choir/Elective. They are responsible for ensuring learning experiences are delivered and assessed effectively, and for providing constructive feedback to participants in order to develop their skills and understanding in the Kodály philosophy.

Prospective AKC Lecturers are required to seek accreditation before they can lecture AKC subjects.

The following documents will assist prospective lecturers with their application.

Policy and Procedures

Application Form

Review Form (Preview)

Lecturer Evaluation – Course Provider

Lecturer Evaluation – Participant Response

Updated: December 2016

Australian Kodály Certificate

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Preliminary Notice of Annual General Meeting

Thursday 23rd February 2017             7.00pm in NSW, VIC, ACT; 6.00pm in QLD; 6.30pm in SA; 4.00pm in WA You are invited by the national Council of the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia Incorporated (KMEIA Inc) to attend the …
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2016 Seasons Greetings from the President

Important Notice – University of New England Advanced Standing Agreement

Dear members, I wish to advise that the current Advanced Standing Agreement for the Australian Kodály Certificate (AKC) between the University of New England (UNE) and the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia (KMEIA) will expire on 31 December 2016 …
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Bicentenary of the birth of John Curwen (1816-1880)

Monday, 14 November 2016, is the bicentenary of the birth of John Curwen (1816-1880) who was the developer of the Tonic Sol-fa Method.  Curwen based his Tonic Sol-fa method on an earlier movable solmisation system invented by Sarah Glover and …
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