Mentored Individual Organ Training is designed to help guide individual organists into the type of training that best meets his/her needs. A BYU mentor is assigned to help devise an effective plan of study. This might include finding a private organ instructor in the area, or identifying one of many tutorials or courses that can assist organists in improving their skills. There is no fee for the services of the mentor.
Individuals may also explore Organ Training Resources Available through BYU on their own. Particularly effective for pianists who have no organ training is The New LDS Organist, a free set of twelve podcasts and packet to help newly-called organists get started.