Certificate II in Dance
Principal Academy of Dance
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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 Principal Academy of DanceEstablished in 2008, Principal Academy of Dance is a Registered Training Organisation that encourages a life-long commitment to the performing arts. It provides rigorous, unsurpassed training to career-focused aspiring performers. The Academy provides nationally accredited courses from Certificate II to Advanced Diploma and is approved to offer VET-FEE HELP to assist students with paying their fees. Students have the option to major in dance, musical theatre or acting, choosing a path that builds on existing abilities. Courses are designed to ultimately strengthen all three disciplines to produce true 'triple-threat' performers. A comprehensive range of units is available within the structure of each course, creating highly skilled and versatile graduates, armed with a valuable competitive advantage when entering the industry. Thanks to this approach, previous graduates have forged successful careers in musical theatre, touring productions, cruise ships, film and television. RTO code: 52073
Certificate IICourse code: CUA20113
- Part-time internal = 1 year
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.