Our Homepage Features tend to highlight the value of Estill Voice Training in the world of Performing Voice; however, our courses, certification programs, and computer software products have broad applications in other voice-related professional realms.
Our Educational Affiliates attest to Estill Voice Training's value in academic programs as accredited tertiary degree-granting colleges and universities. In addition, Estill Voice Centers, professional organizations led by at least two Certified Course Instructors in Estill Voice Training, offer a full range of Estill course and certification training programs.
It may surprise to you learn that we have computer programs and specialized workshops to train the Trainers and Therapists who deal with the issues in both Corporate and Clinical voice settings.
Certification in Estill Voice Training is always a valuable addition to a resume, but recently Estill Certification has been showing up in the list of qualifications for Job Postings. When we learn of such opportunities, they will appear here.
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"Why am I an Estill Voice Training practitioner? Obviously, I respect the quality of Jo Estill's research. She has produced a systematic approach to voice training that I have used successfully for the past twenty-two years in my work with undergraduate singers. It is one thing for Jo Estill to have been named one of the most significant voice scientists in the world today. She joins the ranks of many such gifted scientists. However, it is quite another thing to have fine tuned her research in such a way as to offer singers a disciplined approach that meets the demands of the profession today; namely, the ability to sing a variety of voice qualities with confidence, endurance, and artistic sensitivity. My colleagues and I think so highly of Jo Estill's work that we have developed a four-year undergraduate voice curriculum using her published materials. There is no greater "testimony" as to the trust we have in this approach to the training of the singing voice than to offer it to the next generation as a foundation for their professional careers."
Julie T. Fortney
DMA Professor of Voice,
Voice Division Coordinator
Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, NC