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.
Updated: September 2018
Australian Kodály Certificate
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