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Online Dance Teacher Training

Deadline to Apply for Term 3 EXTENDED!- FEB 15, 2018

Canada’s Premier Dance Teacher Training Program

Dance Teachers and those aspiring to be…can’t commit to our 1-year Professional Dance Teacher Certification Program (PDTCP)? Register for the next best thing! Become certified as a Level 1, 2 or 3 Dance Instructor through Canada’s National Academy of Dance Education’s Online Dance Teacher Training Program (ODTTP).

All prospective students must apply online and be available to conference once a week online for 1 hour with other classmates and the course instructor. All 3 levels run each term, please see application deadlines and Term dates for 2017-18 below.

 

Our program is unique in that it attracts all Dance Educators, Dance Students and those aspiring to be.  Our motto is “whole dance education.”  We are not just training dancers or teachers, we encourage an exploration of the career options available in the Canadian Dance Scene. From Choreographer, to Company Director, to Studio Owner, to Dance Critic and Competition Director. Exam work is an asset, but not necessary to be selected for our program.  All genres of dance are encouraged to apply! 

Levels of Training

Level 1 – 6 weeks $199

Courses: Classroom Management, Healthy Child Development, Lesson Planning

Level 2 – 9 weeks $299

Courses: Syllabi Study, Progression, Dance History, Anatomy

Level 3 – 12 weeks $399

Courses: Business for Dancers, Technology & Dance, Pedagogy Log Book, Research Project, Final Paper

2017-2018 START DATES

Term 1 Start – Sept.11, 2017.
Term 2 Start – Dec. 1, 2017.
Term 3 Start – Mar 1, 2018.

SUMMER CRASH COURSE – JULY 2 – 6th, 2018. LEVEL 1 ONLY

This program does NOT have to be completed back to back. It doesn’t need to be completed in the same year. If you only want to complete PART 1, then that’s fine as well. :)

APPLY NOW!

ODTTP Application

MEET SOME OF OUR STUDENTS

We are proud of the accomplishments of our students and alumni.

Galisa Devine - Nova Scotia

Galisa is a hip hop dancer who has been dancing since the age of 7. She was an original member of Kidzact and part of the top performance team ProCrew. With ProCrew, Galisa has won many competition titles and performed at several events such as the Canada Games, Canada’s Got Talent, and The Rainmen half time show. She also had the honor of representing her home province in a national talent competition. Galisa began teaching and creating choreography at the age of 14. Her students and choreography has won many top awards. 

Audrey Grenier - Ontario

Audrey has training under Royal Academy of Dance and British Association of Dance Teachers and has had a love of dance and the arts from a young age. Audrey has training in Ballet (RAD) and Tap (BATD) and also in Irish, Spanish, Middle Eastern and Ballroom Dance which she has studied with various and talented instructors over the years. Audrey also loves to teach and share all the benefits of dancing whenever the opportunity presents itself and especially loves teaching adults of all ages looking to explore, continue or re-ignite a passion. She continues her own passion and learning by studying/practicing independently and by attending and teaching classes and workshops whenever possible.

Catherine Duffy - Saskatchewan/New Brunswick/Quebec

Catherine Duffy discovered her love for dance at the age of five when she began taking lessons in Saskatchewan. She studied jazz and hip-hop for a while but began focusing on her favourite disciplines, ballet, pointe and tap, as she grew older. With her studio, Catherine traveled around western Canada to participate in many competitions. Catherine graduated in 2016 but has continued to take dance classes. Catherine is now working towards her bachelor of French education at University Laval in Quebec City. She was overjoyed to find the Online Dance Teacher Training Program so that she could study her true passion conveniently. Catherine continues to love dance and is determined to keep it a big part of her life and follow her dreams to pursue dance as a career.

Emily Muise

Nova Scotia native Emily Muise discovered she has a passion for dance at ten years of age. Emily is a determined versatile dancer who has extensively trained with Kidzact Association directed by Deanna McCarron. Since showing a high interest in dance, she has competed in many competitions such as Danceabition, Millenium Dance Festival and Canadian Hip Hop Championships. She has won gold medals and special awards for self-choreographed routines and has teaching experience with dancers of all levels. She is now a graduate of George Brown College’s Commercial Dance Program. She has now returned to her hometown to take over the Co-Director position at Kidzact.