Trinity Laban’s Professional Development Programme provides a choice of stand-alone specialist dance training days for dance artists, teachers and community practitioners. It offers the opportunity to access high quality training that cover a variety of subjects relevant to those working in the fields of dance in education, youth dance, community or health.
Specialist Training Days 2017
- 13 and 14 May 2017: Safe and Effective Dance Practice in Teaching
- 20 May 2017 Using Parkour Creatively in Dance Teaching
Our programme for 2018 is currently being developed. We will be offering GCSE and A Level courses, dates TBC.
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13 and 14 May 2017
You have the option to attend days 1 and 2 as individual days if you wish to learn or refresh your knowledge of these elements of safe dance practice.
Day 1: This session will cover preparation for and recovery from dance practice, basic anatomy and alignment, injury awareness and management.
Day 2: This day will explore session progression and sequencing, introduction to nutrition and hydration for dance, creating a healthy environment, application of healthy practice principles to different populations (e.g. adolescents, elderly, and disabled) dance styles and environments.
Dance artists, teachers and community dance practitioners, working with dancers of all ages in various youth and community dance settings, including schools. This course is relevant to teachers of all dance styles from ballet to ballroom, hip-hop, tap and Bharatanatyam.
£95 per day (£75 per day for Trinity Laban students and alumni)
This course has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Please contact the Learning and Participation (Dance) team if this topic is of interest so we can stay in touch about future training day offers
Please note that Trinity Laban's one-day specialist training days do not provide a qualification or accreditation in their own right. A certificate of attendance can be provided if required.