Certificate II in Dance
Australian Dance Institute Pty Ltd
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Live Performance and Entertainment Training Package. It is a preparatory qualification that allows learners to develop basic technical skills and knowledge to prepare for work in the live performance industry.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Work effectively with others; Develop basic dance techniques; Incorporate artistic expression into basic dance performances; Prepare for performances; Follow safe dance practices; Develop a basic level of physical condition for dance performance; Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge. Electives: Perform basic jazz dance technique; Perform basic ballet technique; Perform basic tap technique; Perform basic street dance technique; Perform basic contemporary dance technique; Develop basic staging skills; Develop basic lighting skills and knowledge; plus more.
About Australian Dance Institute Pty LtdEstablished in 2009, Australian Dance Institute Pty Ltd (ADI) is a Registered Training Organisation offering accredited courses in student dance training. Dance training focuses on creativity, musicality, body science, history, safe dance and stagecraft for classical ballet, jazz and tap. These examinable components, with complementing technical skills, are all synchronised to objective assessment criteria in ADI's endorsed syllabuses. Dance Teacher training recognises the dance teacher as a small business operator providing business, safe dance, dance analysis and production units. All vital skills and knowledge for a dance studio or school. RTO code: 91600
Certificate IICourse code: CUA20113
- Part-time internal
10 units: 7 core; 3 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Dancers are performers who entertain audiences by dancing as soloists, with a partner or as members of a group. There are many styles of dance, including ballet, contemporary, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, folk, jazz, ballroom and tap. Dancers may perform using a variety of styles, or they may specialise in one particular dance style.