CPE - CREDENTIALS AND DESIGNATIONS
STAGE 3: MASTERS CHARTERED GLOBAL DIRECTOR OF MUSIC PROGRAM
The Masters Chartered Global Director (MCGD) Program relates to the highest levels of:
Each Level requires that candidates present an evidence-based paper (dissertation) and a video presentation of demonstrated practice skills along with a verifiable testamentary of experience gained from a colleague or mentor/supervisor.
Each Level requires that candidates also present evidence of their contribution from a global perspective along with verifiable testaments from colleagues.
Level 1 – MCGD
Pre-requisite: Level 3
Candidates need to be well qualified and/or experienced in the first instance via their chosen institution or hold high level qualifications from the Masters International Institute’s School of Music to enter the Institute's Professional Access Program of Continuing Professional Education (CPE).
Accredited candidates participate in the CPE Program to gain higher level credentials and designations of professional registration and recognition in the field of music.
Awards are also granted for exceptional research work or service in the music education or performance arena.
The Institute also has provision to bestow Eminence & Scholarly Awards for distinguished service to professionals in their specialist fields of interest.
LEADERSHIP PROGRAM: "GAIN"
(Open to MCGD level Directors)
All of our participants gain from their experience in this program: It is embedded into our culture of learning and growing.
The Leadership Program assists participants to:
Gain is a leadership development program using music-making as a metaphor to explore universal leadership issues. Using the unique resources of the Institute along with affiliated groups, participants experience firsthand the role of leadership in various settings learning how this can directly translate into any leadership challenge.
GAIN Workshops also include:
Leaders can GAIN opportunities to promote and develop their own music programs at various levels of participation within the Institute’s School of Music at home and elsewhere.