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.
Teaching demonstration video advice
Australian Kodály Certificate
Kodály Australia stands against racism and discrimination in all forms. The Black Lives Matter movement has energised important conversations and learning in the global music education community concerning systemic racism and oppression, cultural appropriation, decolonisation, and censorship of indigenous cultures. …
I am pleased to announce that Kodály Australia has recently partnered with the South Australia Government Department for Education Music Education Strategy and the International Society for Music Education. The Music Education Strategy (MES) aspires to increase access to valued …
After close consultation with stakeholders and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Kodály Australia Conference until September/October 2022 to be held in Canberra, ACT. Having spent the best part of 2 years preparing for …
Kodály Qld would like to share the following online resources with all Kodály Australia members. We do ask that you don’t share any of the members-only links with anyone who is not a current member – instead, encourage them to …
We would greatly appreciate your time in completing the short survey below on the 2020 Kodály Australia Conference. Your thoughts and feedback are greatly appreciated and will contribute to the decision-making process as we assess the viability of running the …