How To Get Started

MYC® provides its Teachers with quality professional development, not only from the initial training seminars for each level of the program, but also extends afterwards through Regional Coordinators, biannual teacher meetings, personal teacher visits, personal micro-sites on the main website, personal ads/marketing tools, recognition of teaching years and, in International conference years, recognition of number of students taught – just to name a few.   In MYC it has always been important to show appreciation, gratitude and respect to our teachers.

In MYC our teachers work together as a team, and you are not in competition with one another.  Our continued success of our teachers is from the strong bonds and relationships they build with one another, knowing that they are all working towards the same goal.

Are you qualified to became an MYC Teacher?

To qualify to become an MYC teacher for both the pre-keyboard, music and movement program, Sunrise, and our piano program, with all Levels of Sunshine, Sunbeams and Moonbeams, teachers must have:

  • Level 8 Piano (Accredited Conservatories, i.e. ABRSM, Trinity)
  • Theory 5

Course Sampler-July 6 2016pdf

Get Started

Get started Please download the application form and email to us at if you are interested to be a licensed MYC teacher.  Please call us at +6012-7170151 or email us at for further information.  When your application is received, we will contact you to set up an interview, either in person, or by video conference call if distance does not permit a personal interview. If you are accepted into the MYC Teacher Training Program, your next step is to register for the Level 1 MYC training seminar, where you not only learn about the MYC pedagogic method of teaching, but how to teach MYC, by the Regional Coordinator for your region. MYC requires that all teachers sign a contract, which licenses the teacher to offer MYC quality group lessons in their home or commercial studio. Our training platform is done either in person, or via internet (live), in an active, participative, seminar format that will provide a new teacher with hands-on techniques and ideas for successfully planning and delivering MYC lessons. Materials included in each Level seminar includes both student and teacher manuals. For each MYC lesson and each MYC Level, concepts and terms are mapped out and follow specific progression. During each training seminar the focus is not only the learning of the MYC Method, but the ability to apply it during teaching. Once you have completed your Level 1 training successfully, then you are fully able to start teaching MYC programs.