The RCM How to Teach Music Online webinar series provides an opportunity to hear from experienced educators on relevant topics in online music teaching whereas the Teaching Online Course is a structured course with hands-on activities, forums with teachers, quizzes, assignments, and a final project demonstrating your understanding of online music teaching. This course requires participant contributions and successful assessment for completion.
Successful completion of the course will earn the participant an RCM Teaching Online Course that represents professional development in online teaching. The designation will appear next to your name in the RCM Teacher Directory.
An RCM Certified Teacher is accredited based on a combination of credentials and demonstrated experience with the RCM system of music study and assessment. The accreditation is assessed and renewed every two years. Learn more about becoming an RCM Certified Teacher.
The Teaching Online Course is professional development specific to the skills and resources involved in effective teaching in an online setting.
The RCM Online Piano Teacher Courses are specific to professional development for teaching piano at the elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels. The 10-week (approximately 60-hour), course is offered online so participants can learn on their own schedule. Course graduates will earn an RCM Online Piano Teacher Course certificate and those who have submitted at least two successful piano exam candidates at the required levels within two years of course completion, and who have achieved the RCM Level or equivalent that corresponds with that designation, are eligible to become an RCM Certified Teacher at no extra cost.
The Teaching Online Course is professional development specific to the skills and resources involved in effective teaching in an online setting. There are no prerequisites required to enroll in this course.