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Gaining Your Certificate

by Michael Ford last modified 25 Jan, 2012 10:49 AM

Our recommended route is as follows:

  • You will be required to study the core module ‘The Role of Music in Worship’.
  • You will then be required to choose one module for study from either ‘Eucharistic Shape and Music’ or ‘Morning and Evening Prayer’.
  • You will then select four other modules that you wish to study from the fourteen remaining modules. These will be directly connected to your own skills and areas of interest.

This recommended pathway will mean that you have studied six modules.

You will be asked to produce a piece of written work for each module. There are no time limits or expected number of words for these, only an expectation that this work will connect the subject of the module to your own worship situation and help you to work through the issues you will have read about.

Written work is emailed to a tutor who will read and email it back to you with comments. Your work is not marked or given a grade. There is no time limit or course length: you work at your own speed.

When you have completed all six modules, you will receive a Certificate. You will also be recommended further study opportunities offered by the RSCM in their 'Church Music Skills' programme.

After finishing the Certificate, you may wish to study further modules. There are 16 in total and others may be added in due course.

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