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Training Videos

Our training videos can guide you through everything from basic class setup and management of your students, to content creation and curriculum customisation.  Let us know if you have any particular tutorial requests!  You can also subscribe to our Auralia & Musition 7 Training Series on YouTube or join our Auralia & Musition Educators Facebook group.

Training Course

Our free training course will guide you through Auralia® & Musition®, with step-by-step instructions for all areas of the programs.

  • Unit 1 - Introduction & Basic Navigation
  • Unit 2 - Classes & Students
  • Unit 3 - Assignments
  • Unit 4 - Grading
  • Unit 5 - Planning & Implementation
  • Unit 6 - Curriculum
  • Unit 7 - Content & The Library
  • Unit 8 - Creating Questions
  • Unit 9 - Advanced Tests, Messages, LMS Linking
  • Unit 10 - Advanced Content & Questions

Teacher Training Resources

Training Workshops & Webinars

Please contact us if you'd like to organise an onsite training workshop or online webinar! We'll cover all sorts of topics, depending on your staff requirements.

The Basics

Questions & Topics

Worksheet Creation

Assessments & Exams

Syllabus & Curriculum Support

Content Customisation

Music to our ears

Jonathan Rice, Music Coordinator at St Aloysius

“We use Auralia and Musition to assist with exam preparation, to track students’ progress and set worksheets, and I’ve noticed a reduction in my marking load since we introduced these programs.”

Michael Martin, Music Teacher at Rugby School

“The students often use Auralia and Musition to prepare for exams, especially theory exams. Students are more engaged and this, in turn, leads to better results. I’ve noticed real improvement in students’ results, especially intervals and chords.”

Tim de Jong, Head of Music Department at Walford Anglican School for Girls

“I have used the software to set worksheets and track students’ progress. I think that there has been an improvement in students’ test result and their musicianship with Auralia and Musition.”