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Become a dance teacher with bbodance

10 Apr 2018

 

 

 

 

 

One Dance UK member bbodance is offering Ofqual-recognised, non-genre-specific dance teacher training for Levels 4 to 6, part-time and flexi-pay.

Courses are held at bbodance’s brand-new riverside headquarters in Battersea Reach and taught by experienced industry professionals. You will learn about planning and delivering dance programmes, safeguarding, and the application of dance science. Programmes also include Continuing Professional Development (CPD) featuring bbodance’s entire range of Syllabi at its flagship events for students and teachers.

All students are supported throughout their course through individual tutorials and mentoring sessions that encourage them to reach their full potential in a supportive and creative environment.

bbodance is an awarding organisation recognised by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual). All Teaching Qualifications programmes are on the Regulatory IT System (RITS) and the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).

Applicants should be 18 years or older and have GSCE or the equivalent in English & Maths at C+, as well as Intermediate Foundation in Dance in any genre or the equivalent.

To apply, fill in the application form and choose one of the interview dates below:

  • Wednesday 25 April 2018, 2pm
  • Wednesday 30 May 2018, 2pm
  • Wednesday 4 July 2018, 2pm

Need advice? Get in touch with bbodance’s friendly team.

“The bbodance Level 5 course helps me tackle problems easily in and out of class. The only way as a teacher is forward!”

–Current student

Founded in 1930 by Edouard Espinosa and Eve Kelland, bbodance is one of the UK’s leading dance Awarding Organisations, providing its own Ofqual-recognised Syllabi in Classical Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Musical Theatre, Modern Dance, Jazz, and Tap, as well as dance teacher training for Levels 4 to 6 and a Level 3 Extended Diploma that is an official feeder for London Studio Centre. bbodance is also present internationally, with a large membership in Australia and New Zealand.