As part of our Inclusive Access to Music Making (IAMM) Programme, Creative United runs the First Access Programme, an initiative to allow physically disabled children to take equal part in Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET).

As we expand the programme, we are now looking to hire people with experience and interest in inclusivity in music to join our team of freelance Inclusive Music Assessors!

Our team of assessors will be responsible for assessing school pupils who have been flagged as possibly benefitting from adaptive equipment before beginning WCET.
These assessments will be video calls of around 15mins each, and involve guiding the pupil through various movements using common classroom equipment to simulate playing an instrument.

This is a paid opportunity which includes a commitment of 6 hours training in May 2022 plus c.20 hours work during the months of June and July 2022 when assessments are due to take place.

Applicants must be able to commit to both the training and assessment schedule to take part in this initiative.

To apply

Please email Programme Director, Rachel Griffiths ( with the following information:

  • A bit about your background and experience of music making
  • Why this opportunity interests you
  • What you hope to gain through participation in our 2022 training and assessment programme
  • What you feel you could contribute to our network of Inclusive Music Assessors in the longer term


Applications must be received by 5pm on Wednesday 6 April 2022.

Interviews with candidates will be scheduled to take place during the week commencing 11 April 2022.

To find out more about the role, download the full brief here