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
I am humbled to be elected as President of the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia. The President along with members of the National Council provide leadership and governance of our association. I look forward to working with the 2022-2024 Council members …
On behalf of Kodály Australia, I write to thank you for your support this year and offer our season’s greetings. I trust your work has now wrapped up for the year, and you are celebrating the festive season with family …
It is an honour to introduce you to the 2022 Awards for Excellence in Australian Kodály-inspired Music Education. These awards aim to recognise members of our community who in the past two years have made an exceptional contribution and impact …
Kodály Australia promotes and facilitates reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. As part of our journey in reconciliation, we have updated our membership registration to include the following voluntary questions: I’m an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Person: …
Kodály Australia is proud to support Australian music education research that may benefit our members. Early career music teachers within five years of graduating from an initial teacher education program are invited to participate in the research project, Early Career …