Study Programme : Music Technology


What is a study  programme in music technology?

Study programme is a short, full-time vocational programme designed to provide students with the qualifications and practical skills they need to start working in the music production industry. On the programme, students develop skills in recording studio operations, DJing, and and how to use state of the art recording technology. They also work towards industry recognised qualifications in music technology, and also receive help with Maths and English if they need it. Once you have completed Level 2 you can progress onto our Level 3.


  • produce original compositions for broadcast on live radio shows
  • train towards essential relevant music technology qualifications
  • attend personal development workshops such as interview skills
  • receive advice and guidance from professionals in the music production industry
  • have access to advice and personal support

Mode’s Study programme in Music technology takes between 14 weeks and 2 years depending on the level of the qualification and the needs of the student.  The student attends Mode’s training centre 3 days a week.

Who is eligible?

To apply for a Study Programme in Music Technology, students

  • must be aged between 16 and 18
  • age 19 – 24 with a statement of special educational needs
  • must have left school
  • should have a keen interest in the music production industry
  • must be committed to progressing onto an apprenticeship, further education or employment with training

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More information

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NCFE Level 2 extended certificate in Music Technology

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