This new two-days training is specifically intended for fulltime, parttime or adjunct faculty members from anywhere in the world, who teach NMT-techniques to his or her students. The focus will be on ‘Best practices to teach NMT’.
Michael Thaut and Corene Thaut will:
- discuss effective teaching strategies for the clinical techniques and the scientific foundations, and
- present critical components of NMT learning that should not be missed.
With the help of video excerpts or live demonstration the participants will have an opportunity to present their teaching practice and receive feedback from faculty and peers. The participants should be able to demonstrate mastery of the techniques in their teaching and to verbalize effectively the theoretical foundations. The most important concepts of teaching NMT, most recent research results, anatomy and specifics about NMT will be covered during this course.
The Faculty training will be offered to educators who are current NMT Academy members.
Participants will receive a certificate for this Faculty Training in Neurological Music Therapy from the NMT Academy at Colorado State University. The 16-hour Faculty Training NMT will provide the board-certified music therapist with 19 CMTE credits that can be applied towards recertification. Your certificate of completion can be submitted as proof of your attendance and participation in this training. For Dutch faculty members and music therapists an accreditation of the SRVB for 8 credits is anticipated.
As preparation for the Faculty Training each participants prepares a video (max. 10 minutes) or live demonstration of a NMT-techniques teaching situation. Read more>>
Dates and time
The Faculty Training will be held at the ArtEZ School of Music in Enschede on Monday 16 June 16 and Tuesday 17 June 2014, from 09.00 until 18.00.
The fee for the Faculty Training NMT amounts to €400. This includes both coffee/tea and lunches, but excludes course materials.
There is a numerous fixes for the training. Enrolment occurs in order of payment receipt. Please use our online application form to apply. The application becomes definite once payment has been received.
Participation fee should be transferred to:
Account number: IBAN NL55 ABNA 0534839916
To be paid to: St. ArtEZ Arnhem
Please include the payment reference: NMT-FAC2014 and your surname.
For overseas payments, please contact Carola Werger:email@example.com
lecturer Music Therapy
Prof. dr. Michael Thaut PhD
Scientific Director, Center for Biomedical Research in Music
Professor of Music
Professor of Neuroscience
Special assistant professor of music therapy in the Department of Music Theatre and Dance at Colorado State University
Program coordinator and faculty for the Academy for Neurologic Music Therapy