A unique two-day training opportunity: Supporting you to explore the use of outdoor spaces & nature-based items as a multi-sensory backdrop for music-based projects.

This style of working is especially beneficial for learning Disabled people of any age with complex support needs. The training will give you a lot of ideas of activities and practical steps on how to both start a similar project or use elements of it for more day-to-day interactions.

Soundabout believes everyone is musical. We have developed this course for anyone wanting to lead sessions in a natural outdoor space using all our senses in a playful way. Even if you feel you are “not musical” or “can't sing” - this training is for you!


What To Expect

DAY 1: Wednesday 1st May 9:30am - 4pm

Delivered on Zoom (Led by Will Taggart)

This online day will cover the basic ideas and tools to get you started thinking about your own projects and nature-based music sessions. The day will be broken down into several different Zoom sessions, with plenty of breaks in between. Each session will be recorded and shared with people who have signed up to the training. This day will help prepare you for the in-person session the following week.

DAY 2: Wednesday 8th May 10am - 4:30pm

Camp Mohawk Outdoor Centre (Led by Will Taggart and Karen Nicholson)

This exciting day will bring the group together to explore the practical side of setting up the space, and practicing some of the activity ideas together. Camp Mohawk has hosted the Sounds Wild project before and is ideally set up to showcase how this project works in action. 

Download the Sounds Wild Training Overview for further info on what to expect, and on the specific learning outcomes of the training. 


Please get in touch if cost would be a barrier to attending this training, as we may be able to offer financial support.

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