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Music Care Training Course

A three level training programme that prepares caregivers to use music in their care practice with increased confidence and theoretical understanding 

The University of Nottingham has partnered with The Room 217 Foundation to bring you a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding of music's effect in care spaces and in caring relationships.

The Room 217 Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation and registered Canadian charity dedicated to caring for the whole person with music. Room 217’s music care approach is about using music with intention, allowing the therapeutic principles of sound and musical effect inform us.

Music care integrates sound, silence and music into the circle of care, paying close attention to how interpersonal connection and human contact is enhanced through musical associations. Music care aims to enhance well-being and quality of life and care for all people.


Find out more by viewing/downloading the following info sheets:

Music Care: Overview (PDF)

Music Care: Level 1 (PDF)


To apply or to find out more, get in touch:

E: cpd@nottingham.ac.uk
T: 0115 7487076 



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