10 December 2012

Music Education Manager's Discussion Day

29th Jan 2013

The day will provide participants with the opportunity to explore two issues which are currently affecting music education; ACE Data Collection and Reporting

Morning Session: Teacher pay types
10 am – 12:30pm

The morning session will be an open discussion session moderated by Paritor. It will aim to discuss the pros and cons of different methods of paying teachers now being considered by music hubs. Delegates will have a chance to discuss and share their current and future methods and investigate if there is a more suitable technique for them.   The results of these discussions will feed into the development process of Paritor Ensemble

Afternoon Session: ACE Data Collection and Reporting

1:30pm – 4pm

The grant agreement with the Arts Council of England stipulates that the annual return consists of information to be collected by all hub lead organisations for the previous academic year.   They have recently published their data reporting requirements for the current year.  Paritor have met with ACE in order to clarify various aspects of the return and look at how Hubs will collect and collate the data. During the afternoon session we will share the results of these discussions and facilitated open discussions on how each Hub will best collect their data.  We will also explain how Ensemble can be used to assist in this process.

Address: The Chateau Impney Hotel, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, WR9 0BN


  • Full day (include lunch): £55
  • Half day (morning or afternoon session excluding lunch): £30
  • Full day with accommodation (B&B): £135
  • Half day with accommodation(B&B excluding lunch): £115

Places are limited and reserved on a first come, first serve basis. To book a place please call 01395 445092 or email sales@paritor.co.uk.


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