| Current Initiatives
|Teacher Certification Program
This ground-breaking program offers interested teachers and individuals an opportunity to expand and hone their music teaching skills through the James Hill Ukulele Method.
Whether you're a classroom teacher, a music specialist, a community volunteer, or a private instructor, JHUI teacher certification is a way for you to help revitalize and enrich music programs in our schools and communities.
Click here to learn more about the JHUI Teacher Certification Program.
|Ukulele in the Classroom
Co-authored by James Hill and J. Chalmers Doane, Ukulele in the Classroom has become an essential resource for ukulele teachers around the world. The three-volume series, each volume of which includes a Student Edition, a Teacher Edition and a Companion CD, is supported by a library of free, online resources and an active community of teachers and enthusiasts.
Click here learn more about the Ukulele in the Classroom family of resources.
Offering ukulele teachers and enthusiasts a steady diet of useful articles, new arrangements, interviews, and much more, the original Ukulele Yes! magazine was published in print from 1976 to 1981. In 2008 the magazine was brought back to life online as a free quarterly e-Zine.
Click here to read the current issue of Ukulele Yes!
|Langley Ukulele Workshop
The Langley Ukulele Workshop is a great place to start playing ukulele or upgrade your skills. What started years ago as a annual "teachers-only" is now open to the public; the Langley Ukulele Workshop is a place of learning, sharing and hands-on ukulele fun!
The LUW has pioneered many innovative programs to help you get the most from your workshop experience. Click here to learn more.