Bespoke training and workshops to suit your needs

Supporting Carers, Support workers and Healthcare Professionals

 

Music Based Activities Training

Supporting People with music

We at Vibe Music Therapy recognise that not everywhere can have a music therapy presence at their organisation.  So we got together with some great people who have a lot of experience in the field of training and put together a comprehensive training program that is aimed at support workers, teaching assistants and healthcare professionals that engage with people living with disabilities on a daily basis.

Initially the offering will cover the region of Liverpool, Merseyside, Wirral, Chester and Cheshire and is aimed at enabling people to be able to deliver music based activities in a group setting with confidence.

We offer a fully bespoke approach to the training we do that can be used in settings supporting people with learning disabilities, dementia, mental health and physical disabilities.

This is not a music therapy training program, in order to train as a music therapist you are required by law to register with the HCPC of which the minimum requirement is a MSc or MA level of education relevant to music therapy.

The training program is bespoke, and can extend from a single day up to 3 months depending on the size and demands of your organisation. The program has been designed by a music therapist in conjunction with CPD certified professionals, and has taken into account the real-world challenges faced by support workers and other healthcare workers in creating and sustaining activity provision for the service users they support.

Contact us today to request more information info@musictherapy.co.uk

 

 

Contact Us

We service clients across the North West of England and have bases in the City of Liverpool and the Wirral. If you have an enquiry, please feel free to contact us from the details below.

Liverpool, Wirral, Merseyside

 

0151 216 4407

 

info@musictherapy.co.uk

 

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