Vocal training should be part of every teacher’s education. I have felt passionate about vocal projection and protection for teachers since I started teaching. Luckily, before entering teacher training, I received vocal training as part of my acting degree. This was my saving grace because teacher’s college did not address teacher’s vocal maintenance.
Name another career that requires such arduous use of the voice…
Something as simple as a common cold can be the cause of voice damage.
As a teacher, here’s what I’ve developed to help you protect and project your voice… before it’s too late.
Globally, the teaching profession has the highest rate of vocal dysfunction. Too many wait until they have damage to get help. Both short-term and long-term damage can be avoided by proper vocal training.
This easy course over 6 weeks can help you prevent vocal damage and keep a strong voice throughout your career.
You will receive:
- Weekly video to learn the exercises
- Downloadable reminders of the exercises both printable and recordings
- Weekly Group Coaching Call
- Facebook group to make interaction with the course content easy
You need this information, you might not even realise it yet, but at some point in your career your voice could cause you short-term or long-term issues unless you look after it.
The course covers explanations, exercises and downloadable resources in:
- Vocal Production
- Vocal Protection
- Vocal Projection
All of this is only $279 for 6 months access to the course content after the 6 week introduction, and you can tax deduct the cost… This is very low cost insurance.
Have a look at the full curriculum list on the tab above for details of the course content. Note there are some free trial options.
The course is accepted by the Teacher Registration Board in your state under the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers covering standards in areas 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. Therefore, in Australia the cost of this course is tax deductible for teachers as a part of their professional development. You will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course as proof you can provide to the department.
I believe every teacher needs access to the information in this course. Please share that this course exists with your teacher friends. They need it too. They will thank you for it. Teachers understand the importance of learning.
Some feedback from the face-to-face version of this Course:
“What a difference! Now I know what I’ve been doing wrong all these years and how to fix it. Thank you!” PB
“The course was fantastic and I would highly recommend it to anyone. I use it religiously every day now and it is well and truly part of my routine. I am so grateful for it. Thank you.” LT
“Voice – The mechanics of how the sound is produced is helpful information for me as a teacher.” TB
“I really appreciate the way we learnt some new techniques, I hope I can implement these in my teaching” SR
“This was great, Thanks Natalie – we need more and earlier in our careers. Exceptional.” JF
“Many thanks Natalie. I will practice the exercises now I know what to do.” JH
“Really clear and precise info.” BM
“Very pleasant thank you. Worksheets very clear.” NG
“It was really good to develop the awareness of how to do the exercises and the purpose of them.” KW
Above are tabs for Course Creator Information, Course Contents and Course Curriculum.
Introduction to Voice for Teachers
Module 1 - Breathing for Voice
Module 2 - Voice Production - How is your voice created?
Module 3 - Diction - Lets get some Clarity
Module 4 - Expression - It's all in the Tone
Module 5 - Protection - Looking after your voice
Module 6 - Projection - So you want to be Heard
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