What Are Music Practitioners Qualifications?
Music Practitioners Qualifications are vocational, unit based qualifications which offer students the chance to learn a diverse range of music industry skills. The qualifications are available at Levels 1-3 with the opportunity to cover subjects such as performing, composing, music technology and music business. There are over 150 units to choose from across three levels.
Who are they for?
Music Practitioners Qualifications can be undertaken in schools, colleges and other approved training organisations. They offer the ability to gain skills and knowledge in key music industry disciplines and can be valuable to students of any age. If a student has an interest in performing, songwriting, music production or the business side of the industry these are the qualifications for them.
How are they delivered and assessed?
Schools, Colleges and Training Organisations use RSL's extensive unit specifications to teach and assess students on specific musical disciplines. Assessment is conducted by teaching staff and then moderated by RSL's team of moderators or for some qualifications assessment is conducted directly by RSL.
MLC Academy is a RSL approved Music Practitioners centre.
What are they worth?
All RSL's Music Practitioner qualifications are accredited by Ofqual the Qualifications Regulator for England. Some of our qualifications are categorised as being equivalent to a GCSE /A Level by the Department for Education. Our Level 3 qualifications also carry UCAS points which contribute to University entrance requirements.
Where can they take me?
RSL's Music Practitioners Qualifications can help you become a more skilled and knowledgeable musician, a more astute entrepreneur or a highly capable producer. They allow learners to progress to Higher Education, into the Industry or on to further specialised qualifications such as RSL's Level 4 Creative Practitioners programme.