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Our courses are for class teachers, PE school co-ordinators, teaching assistants, dance coaches and dance artists, led by national and international dance advisers and specialist dance trainers.

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CPD Courses, Diplomas and Training for Dance Teachers

CPD for Dance Teachers

In line with our aim to raise the standards of dance nationally and as the Subject Association for Dance, The NDTA is committed to providing and promoting high quality training opportunities for both young people and for teachers and practitioners who work with children and young people.

The NDTA has several Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities that are led by expert trainers and are open to class teachers, PE school co-ordinators, dance coaches, dance artists, and Youth and Group Leaders.

For more information and booking contact:

Projects and Office Administrator
E: cpd@ndta.org.uk
T: 020 7940 9800

One Day Courses

An Introduction to Primary Dance

Maximum 30 teachers

Including two trainers, resource packs and a copies of the Complete Guide to Primary Dance for all teachers.

£2,700 [equivalent to £90 per person per course]

(Venue and refreshments to be provided by booker)

Develop Performance, Composition and Appreciation Skills in Primary Dance.

Maximum 30 teachers

Including two trainers, resource packs and a copies of the Complete Guide to Primary Dance for all teachers.

£2,700 [equivalent to £90 per person per course]

(Venue and refreshments to be provided by booker)

BUY IN A COURSE

The two above courses can also be bought together as a 2-day package. Please contact Claire Somerville on claire@yde.org.uk for more information.

Two Day Course Package

Delivered over 2 separate days over an academic year.

An Introduction to Primary Dance

AND

Develop Performance, Composition and Appreciation Skills in Primary Dance.

Maximum 30 teachers, per course

Including two trainers, resource packs and a copies of the Complete Guide to Primary Dance for all teachers.

£4,500 [equivalent to £75 per person per course]

(Venue and refreshments to be provided by booker).

**Membership is not included in the course fees**

Outcomes:

 

An Introduction to Primary Dance:
  • confidence to plan and deliver high quality dance

  • new ideas for planning lessons, units and schemes of work

  • link to national dance network

 

Develop Performance, Composition and Appreciation Skills in Primary Dance.
  • further understanding of the processes of performing, composing and appreciating dance

  • confidence to deliver a broad range of dance experiences

  • understanding of progression and assessment

"The staff are buzzing after your inset yesterday.  Each member of staff has come to me independently to say it was absolutely brilliant – I have not heard such a unanimous accolade in all my years! Sadly it seems rare to have high quality inset these days….yours comes top of the league!" 
Staff members, Ashleigh Infant School, Norfolk

"Members of staff from both Key Stages have attended both NDTA Primary Dance Days. Staff have come back inspired and motivated to develop dance units and support (other) staff. Both teaching and learning have improved in this area throughout the school The standard of delivery and pupil attainment in dance are now making good progress." 
Clare McNally, Head Teacher, Our Lady and St Hubert’s Primary School, West Midlands.

"Good balance between theory and practical.’"
Annette Haughton, teacher in Suffolk

Resources

Resource material and ideas for dance lessons. News, reviews and features. Up to date information on the latest developments in dance education. A forum for interests and opinions. Advice on best practice.

 

Advice

Have a question about dance in education, not sure who to ask? Working in a school and need support? The NDTA helps our members by disseminating information and advice, as well as links to other dance organisations.

 

Events

Access to high quality professional CPD & training opportunities and other events. Annual conference providing a day of stimulating professional development to support and inspire dance teachers and dance artists at all levels.

 

Get In touch:

Email: office@ndta.org.uk

Call: 020 7713 0730

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