Free Women In Music: Empowerment and Employability virtual short course from Academy of Music and Sound

10 January 2022

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Applications are now open for the Women In Music: Empowerment and Employability virtual short course from Academy of Music and Sound (AMS).

This course is designed for anyone identifying as female who wishes to enhance their knowledge, network and toolkit with the aim of being employed in the music industry in any capacity.  

This course will be hosted by industry experts and AMS lecturers Susanna Klayman and AmyBeth Beel. 

As the music industry is complex, diverse and multi-dimensional it can be difficult to know what path to choose or even what path is right for you. 

If you want to be involved in the music industry, then this course will help you identify and begin to develop the skills you need to effectively compete in the music job market.  

Taught by industry professionals, the course explores the different career opportunities in the music industry which are of interest to you. 

Together, AMS match these opportunities to your current skills and qualities in whatever areas interest you most.

AMS will spend time creating your music CV and discuss how to perfect your interview technique. You will explore what it’s like to be employed in the music industry. You will also take an in-depth look at various music management roles and create your own artist development plan.  

The course is SQA accredited. On successful completion, you’ll also receive a SQA Employability Award and a SQA certificate in “Music Management”.  

Spaces are limited.

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Scottish Music Industry Association

16 Argyle Court, 1103 Argyle Street,

Glasgow,

G3 8ND 

+44 (0) 141 478 0228

 

 

The Scottish Music Industry Association receives Regular Funding from Creative Scotland, the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits here.

Creative Scotland distribute funding from the Scottish Government and The National Lottery.