Course description



Vocal training should be a part of all teacher training, I have felt very passionate about this since I was a teacher and realised that the training I'd received as part of my acting course was my saving grace. Name another career that uses their voice as much as you do in the classroom... 

Here's what I've developed...

I created this 6-week course to help teachers to protect and project their voices.

I want you to be able to have a great voice that you know will work for you throughout your career. I don't want you to wait until you have vocal problems before you get help to understand how to look after your voice. I want you to have the knowledge now! 

So here is my proposal...

You need this information, you might not even realise it yet, but at some point in your career your voice could cause you short-term or long-term issues unless you look after it.

The course covers explanations, exercises and downloadable resources in: 

  • Breathing 
  • Vocal Production
  • Diction
  • Expression
  • Vocal Protection
  • Vocal Projection

I have this fantastic course waiting for you to do it. The cost is just $97 for lifetime access to the course content, and you can tax deduct the cost...

Have a look at the full curriculum list below for details of the course content. Note there are some free trial options.

You'll also receive access to a private Facebook group where you can connect with other teachers, ask questions, and find out answers. I oversee the group so this is a great place to find out what works for others as well as contact me.

In Australia the cost of this course is tax deductible for teachers as a part of their professional development. It is accepted by the Teacher Registration Board in your state as coming under the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers covering standards in areas 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. You will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course as proof you can provide to the department.


I ask one thing of you, please share that this course exists with your teacher friends. They need it too. They will thank you for it. Each time you learn something during the course that you know will help you with your voice, use the cue in the course to let your friends know about the course. Teachers understand the importance of learning.

Some feedback from the Course

"What a difference! Now I know what I've been doing wrong all these years and how to fix it. Thank you!" P.B.

"The course was fantastic and I would highly recommend it to anyone. I use it religiously every day now and it is well and truly part of my routine. I am so grateful for it. Thank you." L.T.

“Voice – The mechanics of how the sound is produced is helpful information for me as a teacher.” T.B.

“I really appreciate the way we learnt some new techniques, I hope I can implement these in my teaching” S.R.

“This was great, Thanks Natalie – we need more and earlier in our careers. Exceptional.” J.F.

“Many thanks Natalie. I will practice the exercises now I know what to do.” J.H.

“Really clear and precise info.” B.M.

Very pleasant thank you. Worksheets very clear.” N.G.

“It was really good to develop the awareness of how to do the exercises and the purpose of them.” K.W.

Below are Course Creator Information, Course Contents and Course Curriculum.

 

Reviews (4)

What an interesting course! I've been a singer and a now a teacher but I wish I'd learned this information a long time. I'm guilty of yelling instead of projecting - especially in those chaotic first weeks back at the start of the school year. This year will be different. And if I'm tempted to yell I will just picture those poor vocal chords from the video!

by Leah Fineran

I found this course easy to follow and very practical. It also works. So much of what she says makes sense in the classroom and for some of us we need help to change the way we have always spoken. Since having a cyst on my vocal chords I'm very scared of overusing and damaging my voice again, but found this has helped, especially the part about giving your voice plenty of rest.

by Lee-Anne Bramble

by Dale Bliss

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What an interesting course! I've been a singer and a now a teacher but I wish I'd learned this information a long time. I'm guilty of yelling instead of projecting - especially in those chaotic first weeks back at the start of the school year. This year will be different. And if I'm tempted to yell I will just picture those poor vocal chords from the video!

by Leah Fineran

I found this course easy to follow and very practical. It also works. So much of what she says makes sense in the classroom and for some of us we need help to change the way we have always spoken. Since having a cyst on my vocal chords I'm very scared of overusing and damaging my voice again, but found this has helped, especially the part about giving your voice plenty of rest.

by Lee-Anne Bramble

by Dale Bliss

Hi, the text was great. I remembered I did voice practices like these when I was at school in primary school in the 60's. I am looking forward to practicing the voice exercises on my way to work. I have 26 children in my class and sometimes projecting my voice over them is hard, so looking forward to practicing to make my voice stronger and looking after it better.

by lyn Bourke

Natalie Blank

Natalie Blank

BA (Acting for Screen and Stage), DipEd

Natalie Blank has trained as both an actor and a teacher. During her first year of teaching she realised she had a great advantage over her colleagues. She could get through a term of teaching without loosing her voice, while always having easy command in her classroom without straining her voice.

After extensive research she discovered that vocal damage is an enormous problem in the education industry. This is not surprising as teachers use their voices all day to do their job.

During her three years of training as an actor, Natalie learnt the skills to easily project her speaking voice to fill an auditorium without the use of a microphone. This is one of the skills she passes on to participants in her course.

Natalie has created the Comprehensive Teachers Voice course in order to help teachers learn to use their voices effectively in the classroom as well as how to protect their voices so they can have a long career doing what they love without causing damage that can drastically effect their career.


Natalie Blank

hello@natalieblank.com.au

0410 231 444

Course Contents

7 Videos

6 Quizzes

15 Texts

6 PDFs

5 Audios

6.0 hrs

Course Curriculum