Help shape the standards for Sound Recording and Music Technology!
The National Occupational Standards for Sound Recording and Music Technology are being reviewed - we need your help.
National Occupational Standards reflect best practice in industry and underpin vocational qualifications and related apprenticeships.They are used to inform job descriptions, appraisals and training and to make sure education is teaching the skills that are relevant to industry. In order to make these standards reflect best practice we need to consult with practitioners and stakeholders.
The National Occupational Standards for Sound Recording and Music Technology are about to be reviewed and we are calling on practitioners and stakeholders to help us ensure they reflect best practice. We're looking for producers, recording artists, sound technicians and anyone else with specialism in Sound Recording and Music Technology.
If you would like to influence the revisions to the Standards, please register to take part on our online consultation and / or to attend one of our workshops before 2nd October. Exact workshop locations will be confirmed closer to the time.
Glasgow, Scotland: 8th October, 1.30 - 4pm
London, England: 15th October, 10.30 – 1pm
Cardiff, Wales: 16th October, 10.30 – 1pm
Belfast, NI: 17th October, 10.30 – 1pm
To register, please email Krisztina Biliczky with your contact details, which workshop you would like to attend and whether you would like to take part in the online consultation.