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New Funding for Music Education: How to Make Yours Last

In order to deliver high quality music provision in your area you need to ensure that your organisation has as much as possible in the funding pot.

On the 22 July, the Music Education community celebrated as a whopping £18million of such funding was finally announced.

This long fought for investment is an important step in supporting hubs and services so that they may invest in the future of their organisations. After so many people were involved in fighting to secure the funding, Paritor are now asking the music education community to stop and learn from one another about how best to get the most from it.

Our services and expertise are grounded in helping organisations to get the most from their funding. We regularly see great examples of Music Services with tiny budgets who deliver an exceptional music provision and conversely we unfortunately also witness examples of bad funding management resulting in damage to local provision.

This is why this autumn we’re pleased to be running the first open course in our tuition business management series (yes we said the B word). With instalment one designed to give you a clear understanding of good debtor management practices.

We know that with an array of groups, projects, concerts and lessons to oversee, chasing debt is probably the last thing on your mind. But attend our one day course in London this term and we’ll arm you with skills to take care of debt management quickly and easily. Enabling you to spend less time managing debt and more time maximising the benefit of your funding in your community.

Interested in instalment one?

Our one day course will be running at the ISM offices (we've hired their lovely new boardroom!) on Wednesday 22 October from 10-4.

If you’d like to learn more about our Best Practices in Debt Management Course then please visit the website now by clicking here. Or alternatively get in touch with the team on [email protected]