Marshall Amplification and the Music Learning Collective have joined forces and created a unique RSL accredited online educational platform. The program offers vocational qualifications, diplomas and instrument accreditation with RSL accredited grades 1 – 8 for electric guitar, drums and music production.
“Marshall’s ethos is about supporting grassroots musicians and the music industry both now and in the future,” Marshall Amplification Managing Director Jonathan Ellery said. “That’s exactly what this platform is designed to do. With 60 years of knowledge in the industry, we are proud to be part of something that offers people at different stages of their lives an accessible way to become a musician or music professional.”
There are three tiers of learning on offer, including the option of one-to-one online teaching. Students can gather peer feedback from the wider Learning Collective community.
“This platform is designed to build a bridge between education and the industry,” Paul Hose, Founder and CEO of MLC, said. “It’s designed around making a career in music accessible. Linking with some major industry partners and developing a global education platform will be a complete first. The response so far has been incredible too. We’ve seen the community cheer on players as they progress and encourage them when it’s needed too.”
“We’re delighted to partner with MLC and Marshall in this groundbreaking project,” Suzanne Harlow, CEO of RSL Awards, says, “which will broaden the reach of contemporary music education and enable industry-leading collaboration.”
For more details, visit musiclearningcollective.com