Candidates qualify for the Australian Kodály Certificate (AKC) once they have completed courses meeting the requirements of the national curriculum.
At the time of application, candidates must be financial members of Kodály Australia (Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia Incorporated).
From 2020, each application for an AKC/AKA requires a payment of $115. This payment includes the cost of your certificate, postage and handling, and detailed and supportive individualised feedback of your teaching demonstration video. Application Payments are made to the Kodály Australia National Mentoring Fund.
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Australian Kodály Certificate
Kodály Australia is proud to congratulate and celebrate member Dr Aleta King who recently completed the Doctor of Musical Arts at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, The University of Sydney. Dr King’s doctoral research investigated the role of the conductor …
Kodály Australia is deeply concerned regarding the current state of initial music teacher education in Australian universities. The last decade has seen a sharp decline in the provision of specialist music teacher education across the country, particularly for early childhood …
Kodály Australia believes that every child and young person needs access to quality and valued music education. The Australian Curriculum: The Arts provides an important framework in which we work to deliver school music education for all. We are committed …
The draft of the revised Australian Curriculum is open for public consultation until Thursday 8 July 2021 and it is time to have your voice heard. There are significant implications for music in the proposed curriculum, and this is the …
Kodály Australia is proud to support Australian music education research that may benefit our members. The National Council has agreed to distribute information for the research project, Re-imagining the future: Music teaching and learning, and ICT in blended environments in …