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CREDI Introduces Music Programmes

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August 30, 2017: The Catholic Religious Education Development Institute (CREDI) is inviting teachers, members of parish choirs and other music ministry groups to register for its new GATE approved music programmes for the 2017 to 2018 academic year.

Its Diploma in Caribbean Liturgical Music Studies is a two-year programme developed specifically to improve the standard of music in the church by training persons in the elements of music, the liturgy and choir administration. Courses include Music Theory and Practical, Fundamentals of Christian Worship, Choral Techniques and the Use of Software in Music.

The Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education is a comprehensive four-year GATE approved programme designed to train and empower music teachers. Courses include the Classroom Management, Aural Training, Music Therapy, Ethnomusicology and Music Pedagogy.

For persons who are interested in music but do not have the required qualifications, CREDI also offers a one-year Pre-Music course designed as a bridging program. Successful candidates can qualify to move on to CREDI’s other programmes.

Contact CREDI at 389-9745 for further details or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


- Catholic Media Services Ltd.

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