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CPD at Dance Days

We are delighted to announce the full list of CPD courses available at Dance Days 2024. The courses run between April 3rd - 5th in Birmingham and are open to ALL dance teachers. Scroll down to explore the courses and register now to secure your place!

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Wednesday 3rd April 2024

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Musical Theatre Syllabus Surgery

With Sophie Sharp

With an opportunity to send in your questions in advance, the amazing Sophie Sharp will cover your queries on the grades for some of our youngest students. Sophie was part of the syllabus development team; so it will be a great chance to hear directly from the syllabus creator.

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Grades 6 & 7 Classical Ballet

With Emily Law

Refresh your knowledge of the Grades 6 & 7 Classical Ballet syllabi! This course will have a particular focus on all Set Dances for both Grades, including Set Dance C.

 

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ABCDance - All Boys Can Dance!

With Natalie Pearl

A unique, one of a kind training programme for teachers, to inspire them to start boys-only classes and encourage more boys into their dance school. Take this first step to changing the way the world sees male dancers and give boys a safe place they belong and can fulfil their passion!

Thursday 4th April 2024

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Grades 1 & 2 AcroDancer

With Jennifer Evans

Teachers, join us for an exciting session exploring the BBO AcroDancer syllabus, Grades 1 & 2!

Refresh your knowledge of Grade 1 and learn the new Grade 2 syllabus from our brilliant instructor, Jennifer Evans!

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Tap Untapped!

With Kemal Kuguloglu

This course will analyse the technical foundations of Tap dance from beginner to advanced level of attainment. Teaching strategies and alternative pedagogical methods will be discussed as well as choreographic ideas. 

 

Friday 5th April 2024

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Unlocking the Magic of Neurodiversity

With Aerial Mel Stevens

Choosing to tap in and understand the magic of neurodiversity by celebrating physical literacy as a first language, prepare to tap into your body and feel the communication as an emotion through games and movements. These games will give you some of the tools needed to informally assess movement, identify barriers and to create a safe space to prepare the body for dance and exploration.

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