Miskin Music offers you an amazing opportunity to train in a professional environment as either a Musician or Producer/Sound Technician, on one of our Music Performance or Music Technology courses.
You will get to work alongside a diverse range of experienced industry practitioners, in creating public performances and/or recordings. These will mirror the demands of the exciting and dynamic music industry.
You will have the opportunity to develop your skills in a variety of contexts. As well as your own performances, you will work alongside The Miskin Theatre, Dance, and Media Companies, which will provide you a wider appreciation of the demands of the creative arts industry.
As a Music Technician you will gain an insight into sound design, producing and composing for the moving image, live sound techniques, and audio production and recording skills.
All of our productions embed the business and management principals, which are essential for delivering and creating successful music events and/or recordings.
Our courses aim to provide you with the analytical, creative, and technical skills that are required to progress on to Higher Education or to develop a fulfilling career as a Musician or Music Technician.
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What will I learn?
Practical skills and techniques, marketing and career development, with assessment via projects designed to an industrial model.
What qualification will I gain?
BTEC Extended Diploma and Subsidiary Diploma in a related discipline, equivalent to a total of four A-Levels. A one-year BTEC Subsidiary Diploma is also available as an Entry Level qualification. For explanations of our qualifications, please see our Qualification Explained page.
What progression options will I have?
65% of our learners go on to university, however you will also be equipped with skills to take you directly into the music industry.
What costs are involved?
£150 per year company contribution fee is required by all Miskin Company members. Full-time Further Education courses are free for students aged 16-18, you may have to pay some or all of your fees if you are aged 19 plus, but please see our Student Finance page
for further information.
Evidence of commitment to the subject is essential, which will be assessed via interview. For the Extended Diploma five GCSE’s at A to C are required. There is a Subsidiary Diploma for those without the entry requirements.
Click here to view Music Performance and Music Technology courses
or call 0800 074 1447.
Miskin Music often put on gigs, if you are interested in attending please visit the Miskin Theatre page
in Our Services.