The Queensland College of Music is passionate about producing highly qualified classical, musical theatre and contemporary classical performers and teachers.
QCM’s highly qualified music teachers will offer both individual training and practical skills that will allow students to prepare for work as a performer, session musician or music tutor.
Students may wish to undertake a pathway to university with one of QCM’s university partners, where they can continue to study performance, or study teaching to enable them to teach in Primary or Secondary school.
The Queensland College of Music employs it’s highly qualified teachers who will assist you to develop your performance and music theory skills to enable you to:
- Practice for an audition at the Conservatorium
- Improve your AMEB level
- Compose music
- Freelance as a composer or performer
- Choose a pathway to further study, either as a performer or a teacher
- Work in the music events industry
- Record your music
- Manage your career
Complaints and Appeals
Any person wishing to make a complaint against the RTO concerning its conduct as an RTO, whether a complaint, appeal or other matter, shall have access to the complaints procedure. All formal complaints will be heard and decided within 15 working days of the receipt of the written complaint by the RTO. See the Learner Handbook for the Complaint Procedure.
Lodge a complaint or appeal.
Employment and Pathways
Graduates of QCM are likely to find employment as musicians, singer-song writers, or managers in the music industry. The qualifications will also allow pathways to higher education by providing students with scores to be used for ranking to attend a University or Conservatorium.
Refer to the Learner Handbook for more information on Privacy, Client Support Information, Training Services information, Training Outcomes and Pathways, Assessment Services Information and Code of Conduct.