Vocal Health Education – providing relevant training by experts
for promoting healthy voice use.

For singing teachers, vocal coaches, choral leaders, musical directors, speech and language therapists, and all voice users.

Courses with Vocal Health Education are
fully accredited by NCFE and CACHE.

Latest News

Vocal Health Conference
Join us for our first in-person conference on THIS Saturday 19th September, 9am-5pm! Dr Gabriella Romano, Sleep Psychologist, will be delivering a 3 hour specialised sleep health seminar, along with case studies and presentations from practitioners from the Voice Care Centre. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Thinking Voice Podcast!
We've launched our 'Pilot' podcast episode!!! Hosted by Dr Jenevora Williams, Robert Sussuma and Stephen King, the podcast explores the human voice through open conversation. Available on our website, Spotify and Apple Podcasts!
Long COVID: free online resource
A growing number of people who contract COVID-19 cannot shake off the effects of the virus for months after initially falling ill. Symptoms are wide-ranging and fluctuating, and can include breathlessness, chronic fatigue, “brain fog”, anxiety and stress. We will be discussing the latest research into the many and varied symptoms of Long Covid, and exploring ways in which we can work with singers who are experiencing these symptoms. With: Dr Rachel Goldenberg, Maurice Goodwin, Juliet Russell and Dr Jenevora Williams
New Course: Fundamental Anatomy ​
Every Vocal Coach, Singing Teacher, Speech/Language Therapist/Pathologist needs a fundamental knowledge of anatomy. You can now study with the top experts in the UK and from around the world in the fundamentals of structure of your vocal apparatus. This course gives you a fantastic 365 day resource to dip in and out of, answering your basic questions, filling gaps in your knowledge and sustaining and supporting your further studies with Vocal health Education.

Vocal Health First Aid

This pathway ensures a basic knowledge of vocal health first aid. Every touring company, theatre school, conservatoire, choral society or school needs a Vocal Health First Aider, who will be the first port of call for any voice user with a problem.
The VHFA is trained to guide the voice user in self-help or to refer to a specialist if required.

Vocal Habilitation Professional

The VHP pathway is for singing teachers and voice coaches who would like to be able to offer vocal habilitation to singers who are having voice problems, or who are moving on from vocal health rehabilitation. The VHP has an enhanced role as a singing teacher, incorporating extensive knowledge and training in vocal health.

Vocal Rehabilitation Specialist

The Specialist will have extended knowledge in the relevant areas of pathology and clinical treatment, palpation and manipulation, mental health and counselling,  as well as advanced voice rehabilitation techniques.
The VRS will be delivering vocal health training within colleges and institutions.

Our passion behind the project

Both Jenevora and Stephen had to prematurely curtail successful performing careers as a result of injury or chronic dysfunction. There was a lack of knowledge around health and wellbeing of the elite performer, and rehabilitation was a dream not a choice. Stephen and Jenevora started with a question…“Can we help everyone in the UK understand Vocal Health? And then extend this internationally?” … and they’re not going to stop until they get a “YES!”. So putting a plan of action together, they decided that education is key to preventing issues, so they began planning… and planning… and ended up forging a customisable pathway through which Singing Teachers, Vocal Coaches, Musical Directors and Speech Therapists can receive important education surrounding vocal health, in order to guide and empower their students and patients.

They also sought to empower and educate the next generation of singers and performers across the UK by providing subsidised, specialist vocal health education to drama schools, music colleges and theatre companies – which is no mean feat for two people to achieve. They needed help to achieve this massive goal, so they amassed an initial team of specialists from across the UK to help educate those in need. They realised that there needed to be more accountability for the work undertaken with singers and their health, and no accreditation in the UK seemed to be facilitating and safeguarding this. Thus, the VOCAL REHABILITATION SPECIALIST pathway, in three levels (see above), was established. 

Vocal Heath First Aid
Accredited BY NCFE and CACHE


Our qualifications have been developed to meet the specific needs of our learners and have been accredited by NCFE and CACHE, demonstrating their quality and rigour.
NCFE is an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England (Ofqual), Wales (Qualifications Wales) and Northern Ireland (CCEA Regulation). CACHE, a branch of NCFE, specifically endorses high quality qualifications for the care and education industry. This is an unregulated qualification.


This course gave me the perfect level of detail of how to take care of my own voice whilst also being able to help other voice users who feel their own voice is not sounding of feeling how it normally does.
As a choral leader, I always felt a little out of my depth when discussing vocal health with singers. Through VHE, and expert guidance from Stephen and Jenevora, amongst other experts, I have gained a solid knowledge of how the human voice works.
The course gave me an opportunity to debunk some 'myths' of vocal remedies. I feel equipped to help singers with vocal issues and point then in the right direction. I can't wait for the next stage of training!
The lecturers are experts in their own field. Their content is evidence based and is backed up by the most up-to-date research.
I would highly recommend this course to all voice users, voice teachers and anyone who has an interest in vocal health.
VHE gave me a lot of information about vocal health which in turn gave me confidence to work with my clients. I really enjoyed taking the Vocal Health First Aid course. I am so grateful for the opportunity to connect with other teachers.

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