The Level 4 Diploma in Dance Teaching will expose you to the latest teaching methodologies and coach you to apply them in your personal practice.
The course also helps you understand issues related to health, safety, safeguarding, developing a professional dance practice, self-management, finances, and the importance of critical reflection for dance teaching practitioners.
The course consists of 5 modules:
Module 4.1 Observing Teaching and Learning Strategies
Module 4.2 Health, Safety, and Safeguarding
Module 4.3 Professional Dance Practice; Self-Management and Finance
Module 4.4 Applying Teaching and Learning Strategies; Micro-Teach
Module 4.5 Critical and Reflective Practice
In addition, students are required to independently observe 30 hours of dance teaching.
The course dates are:
|Students in the UK – courses take place in person at bbodance headquarters, London||
|International students – courses take place via Skype||
The 2019-20 UK course costs £1,806.00. The sum is payable by three instalments and includes Associate Membership with bbodance for the entire duration, free access to online syllabus resources, as well as a 90% discount on all Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses we offer.
The 2018-19 International Model costs £1737.00. The sum is payable by three instalments and includes Associate Membership with bbodance for the entire duration, free access to online syllabus resources, as well as a 90% discount on all Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses we offer.
Read more about bbodance Associate Membership and see a list of current CPD courses.
Level 4 graduates can progress to the Level 5 Diploma in Dance Teaching course. Upon successful completion of Level 5 and 18 hours of syllabus CPD, graduates are awarded Registered Teacher membership with bbodance. This allows them to teach bbodance Syllabi and enter their students for bbodance Examinations – that is, to run their own qualified teaching practice as part of the bbodance network.
If you think Level 4 is right for you, apply below: