Develop your skills to work in schools:
Details: 2-day residential programme to help you develop your skills in delivering dance
Cost: Just £75.00, including meals and accommodation
Who is it for? Dance Artists, Practitioners and out-of-school Dance Providers who all wish to develop their skills in teaching dance.
Dates and venues: 3rd & 4th September 2010 – Birmingham
10th & 11th September 2010 – Winchester
10th & 11th September 2010 – Manchester
Applications are now open for Dance Links 2010/11, a fantastic programme which aims to increase the amount of dance activity on offer to children and young people. The programme gives participants working in any dance style the chance to develop their skills and experience in delivering dance in schools, both with and beyond the curriculum.
The programme will cover:
- Principals of best practice in dance both in and out of schools
- High quality learning and teaching
- Identification of your strengths and professional development needs
- Contexts, practicalities and essentials of working in and out of schools
- Management of resources, time and behaviour
“As a teacher myself, the opportunity to dance and be taught was useful and a joy.
It has enabled me to question and be able to further tweak and improve my lesson plans.”
Dance Links Participant 2009
For more information about the training and how to book a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address and phone number or phone 01543 308618 and the NDTA will send you full details of the training and an application form.
Spaces are limited so apply now to avoid disappointment. Deadline for applications is 30th April 2010.