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ACM launch new franchise teaching programme

By | Published on Thursday 28 October 2010

The Academy Of Contemporary Music has announced the launch of three music education ‘franchises’, which basically means the Guildford-based music school will equip and accredit other organisations and individuals to teach rock and pop based music courses for young people around the UK.

Each of the three franchises will focus on a different age group, 5-10, 10-16 and 16+. In doing so it will expand the ACM’s age range reach considerably. Courses at the Academy itself are in the main focused on students that are sixteen or over.

Confirming the new programme, ACM’s Julia Leggett told CMU: “The new franchises will offer parents a new way of educating their children through music in a fun and engaging way, which has benefits that extend beyond musical development”.



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