Professional Development Programs

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Expand your teaching repertoire with our Professional Development programs. Come to just one, a few, or all of them! These fun and accessible sessions let you explore African songs, rhythms and instruments for use in teaching Kindergarten, Primary & Secondary level students.

Rhythm games

Online (Zoom): Saturday May 14th 2022
10am-12pm (AEDT): Games for Djembes
1pm-3pm (AEDT): Games for Small Percussion

Drumming for wellness

Online (Zoom): Saturday August 13th 2022
10am-12pm (AEST): Drumming for Social Connectivity
1pm-3pm (AEST): Drumming for Mindfulness

Teacher training refresher

Online (Zoom): Saturday September 4th 2022
10am-12pm (AEST): Level 1 refresher
1pm-3pm (AEST): Level 2 refresher

Dun facilitation and Technique

Online (Zoom): Saturday October 15th 2022
10am-12pm (AEST): Part 1
1pm-3pm (AEST): Part 2

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Rates

Rates Per Person. Each Session is 2 hours long.

One Half Day – Single Session: $125 + GST
One Full Day – Two Sessions: $225 + GST

Find more details on our Professional Development programs here.

MEET YOUR TEACHERS

Brianna Slattery

After 10 years of playing the piano, Brianna
bought her first djembe at the age of 18 – and
promptly fell in love with African drumming!
Brianna has been teaching drumming to school
students for the past seven years. Brianna believes
that being a member of a drumming community
has far reaching-benefits, including: enhancing.

Alastair Rae

Alastair is a lifelong disciple of rhythm witha background in teaching, linguistics andmathematics.
He is at the forefront of African Drumming’scommunity classes, performance groups,and school & corporate events.
Alastair believes in the cognitive andemotional benefits of drumming and has apassion for learning West African rhythmsand sharing them with others through the connecting power of drumming.

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