The curriculum through which candidates develop professional skill and knowledge in Music Skills and Resources, Unitarian Universalist (UU) Heritage and Values, and Leadership and Interpersonal Skills is delivered by the program through a series of six core courses and additional professional development opportunities. The courses will be offered at the Unitarian Universalist Musicians Network (UUMN) annual summer conference in a rotation of two courses offered each year. In addition, preceding the conference there will be a Professional Development Day (PDD) offered.
The courses and the Professional Development Days are mandatory.
What does it mean to be a music leader in UU congregations? What skills and knowledge are needed beyond excellent musicianship and best practices in professional conduct? The annual Professional Development Day (PDD) is meant to help hone the skills that round out those necessary for an enriching and successful music ministry, and will address some aspect of the following UU professional development topics:
PDD is currently offered the day before the UUMN conference begins. The course is divided into three sessions: two plenary sessions for Music Leadership Credentialing Program candidates and interested conference registrants, and a seminar for candidates only.
PDD 2014 will be held in San Diego, CA on July 16. Rev. Dr. Leon Dunkley’s topic is Music as Story: Gazing into Mystery, History, and Beyond.
For more information contact mlcredentialingasst @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
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