The AMEB, through its strong network of advisors, examiners and professional associations is committed to supporting teachers and students in their work towards AMEB qualifications.
The AMEB offers a system of graded music and speech syllabi and examinations from beginning levels to diplomas in almost 40 subjects.
Each syllabus provides a valuable framework for studies throughout school years and beyond.
In many cases, progression through the AMEB system leads to university entrance and the establishment of professional careers in teaching and performing.
The AMEB began in 1887 when the the University of Adelaide commenced a system of music examining that ultimately became the federated body known today as the Australian Music Examinations Board, (AMEB).
The Federal Office is based in Melbourne and signatories to the constitution are the Universities of Adelaide, Melbourne, Western Australia and the Ministers of Education in New South Wales, Queensland and Tasmania. These, and other education institutions, use AMEB standards as a benchmark for student selection into their courses.
The State office can be contacted on (08) 8313 8088.
Piano, Piano for Leisure, Accordion, Organ, Violin, Viola, Double Bass, Cello, Flute, Piccolo, Oboe, Clarinet, Recorder, Bassoon, Saxophone, Saxophone for Leisure, Trumpet, Tuba, Trombone, Band, Horn, Euphonium, Percussion, Harp, Classical Guitar, Singing, Singing for Leisure, Instrumental Ensemble, Theory, Musicianship and Music Craft and P Plate Piano for beginning pianists.
Guitar, bass, drums, piano, vocals, acoustic guitar, ukulele
Contemporary Popular Music
Keyboard, guitar, bass, vocal, drum kit.
Speech and Drama
Speech and Performance Theory, Voice and Communication, Drama and Communication and Drama and Performance.
Keyboard, Flute and Violin.
Teaching and Performing Certificates and Diplomas
The AMEB (SA & NT) will remain committed to maintaining AMEB national standards while validating the work of teachers and students.
This AMEB will continue to play a significant role in the broad arts and education communities, and continue to collegially develop stakeholder support.
To be recognised as the undisputed leader in the provision of examinations in music and speech.
To be respected for the standard, diversity and attractiveness of its syllabuses and the professionalism, reliability and consistency of its assessment processes.