Trauma Informed Voice Professional
(Level 4 Course)
Our Trauma-Informed Practitioner course is for voice practitioners who are looking to gain an understanding of trauma and how it can influence the choices we make in our working environment.
What level is the course, and what does it mean?
The course is level 4, which is equivalent to the undergraduate level. Level 4 consists of 4 core learning outcomes:
- Contextualization of knowledge – The course is designed to give you an understanding of trauma within the context of the voice studio
- Critical Thinking – You will review the existing research, considering the professional boundaries involved with being trauma-informed. You will evaluate ethics and critically assess what trauma-informed practice means for your studio.
- Praxis and Technique – You will embed the knowledge into your practice and consider how an understanding of the impact of trauma on the individual may shape your practice
- Research and Communication – You will submit a 3,000-word review illustrating contextual knowledge, critical thinking, boundary awareness, and practice implications.
What kind of award is it?
It is a customized award validated by The Voice Study Centre. It is possible to translate into Masters level credit and use it towards the MA.
How will the course be delivered?
The course is online and delivered via pre-recorded video. You will also be given a selection of reading and detailed guidance on how to write to level 4 standard.
What does the course qualify me to do?
The course constitutes valuable CPD, and the knowledge will facilitate a trauma-sensitive practice. Your role as a voice professional will be enriched. You must remain within your scope of practice as a voice professional, and the qualification does not contain therapeutic content.
Will a tutor be on hand if I need one?
Although the course is designed to be self-sufficient, you may access a tutor if you need one. You may also submit a draft of your essay.
Will I receive a certificate?
Yes, you will receive a certificate and a badge for your website
What will the syllabus cover?
- The definition of trauma
- The importance of being trauma-informed
- The meaning of being trauma-informed
- The incidence of trauma
- The impact of trauma on our health and life
- A review of the research into trauma when working with singers
- What evidence exists on mental health and trauma-related factors specific to singers and voice professionals?
- What kinds of evidence can be generalizable to singers?
- What are the available methods out there that help singers? Possible referral routes
- How can voice professional ad voice users embody a trauma-informed and mental health-informed approach while remaining appropriately within their scope of practice?
How long will the course take?
The course will take three months from enrolment to completion.
Our first cohort will begin on August 1st. You will be able to work through the course in your own time with a submission date of November 1st 2022.
Cost: £250 (VAT inc)
Please fill in the form below to enrol onto this course.