Once again, Trinity Laban is offering a series of specialist training days for dance teachers, artists and community practitioners.
Part of our internationally celebrated Professional Development Programme, these one-off training days – which take place at weekends – provide outstanding, practical professional development opportunities for anyone working in the fields of dance in education, youth dance, community or health.
Previous participants have commented that “practical sessions were really helpful”, “I gained a lot of ideas”, “I really have learned a lot”, and “I have been inspired in a way that I cannot put into words.”
This year’s list of topics includes Laban Movement Analysis, Health and Wellbeing, Behaviour Management, and Safe & Effective Dance Practice. There are sessions for teachers working within primary and secondary schools, as well as a bespoke session on “Teaching the Aging Dancer”.
The first session is on Saturday 3 October. You can find the full list of training days on the Trinity Laban website.