The Inclusive Access to Music-Making (IAMM) programme has been led as a partnership between OHMI, Creative United, Nottingham Music Service, and Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust since 2019 and seeks to enable all children learning an instrument through Whole Class Instrumental Teaching to participate fully in the sessions, with the potential to continue their musical journey into elective sessions. This year we are excited to welcome Services for Education to join the partnership as we prepare for the 2022-23 academic year. As the partnership expands, we are now looking to expand the team!
The team of assessors will be responsible for assessing school pupils who have been flagged as possibly benefitting from adaptive equipment before beginning WCIT. These assessments will be video calls of around 15mins each, and involve guiding the pupil through various movements using common classroom equipment to simulate playing an instrument.
This is a paid opportunity which includes a commitment of 6 hours training in May 2022 plus c.20 hours work during the months of June and July 2022 when assessments are due to take place.
Applicants must be able to commit to both the training and assessment schedule to take part in this initiative.
To apply please email Programme Director, Rachel Griffiths - firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Interviews with candidates will be scheduled to take place during the week commencing 11 April 2022.