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Dance Teacher Training – making money out of your passion


Are you stuck in a 9-5 rut?

Do you want to set your own working hours?

Do you want get paid for fulfilling your passion?

Getting in to the 9-5 rut was something that I never started as whilst I was at uni working a retail job I decided that I only ever wanted to be my own boss! After being in education since the age of 5 I was ready to make the rules and set the trends. As you know my business started with 13 children in a church hall and has now grown into a dynamic organization made up of two companies, 4 dance schools, 24 dance instructors delivering over 40 classes a week across London and surrounding areas. It has given me freedom. I set my working hours, I get to meet fab people and help children all using my passion for dance.

If you are over 18 and have a passion for dance. You can make money using your passion and turn the love you have for dance into your career or even a business. Getting the right dance teacher training is the perfect way to get started.

After Your IDTA Exam

After you take your IDTA exam which leads to your dance teaching qualification (which is a professional qualification recognized worldwide), you will be equip with the knowledge, skills and confidence to quit that 9-5 and start living your own dreams!

This dance teacher training course is designed to teach you how to become a more proficient teacher and give you the professional knowledge needed to start/grow a dance business or how to market yourself professionally to other organizations as a self employed dance instructor. You do therefore need sufficient dance knowledge and a bit of previous dance teaching experience is desirable but not compulsory.

For the next 2 weeks only we are bringing you a very special offer. If you know someone who wants to get qualified to teach dance also we are offering the chance for both of you to get qualified for £1997. Saving you nearly £600! It would be great to have someone you know on the course for you to go over coursework with or practice routines together. Who knows perhaps then you can set up your dance school together too?

For more information call us now.

Steve Jobs – the perfect inspiration for obtaining a dance teaching qualification


Steve Jobs the Perfect inspiration for obtaining a dance teaching qualification.

Today is a sad day. Unfortunately the world has lost a phenomenal individual. Someone who worked hard to achieve what he believed in and as a result changed to the way we live!

There is a Steve Jobs in each and every one of us! We all have the capacity to use what we are passionate about to change the world and improve the lives of others. Through running a dance business I feel that I can inspire children to achieve their dreams, build confidence, raise their self-esteem and develop skills that will help them throughout their lives.

A Dance Teaching Qualification Can Help You and Your Community

Offering dancers like you the opportunity to receive affordable dance teacher training which can lead to you setting up a dance business of your own or developing professionally through further IDTA exams and raising your credibility within the dance world allows me to achieve fulfilment; through helping you to realise your dreams and make them reality. How fantastic would it be for you to use your talent in dance and love for sharing your creativity and choreography to gain a teaching qualification that will give you the potential to change the world just like Steve Jobs has done with apple.

The two day intensive IDTA associate course is how I began my journey in to creating and growing a dance business. I now would love to hear about your dance dreams and aspirations and help you achieve them!

I will leave you with a quote from the great Steve Jobs himself:

‎”Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

Steve Jobs 1955-2011, may you R.I.P. on your iCloud

Street dance teacher training

It does exist, over the past few years – perhaps due to the rise in popularity of shows like Britain’s Got Talent – street dance is well and truly on the map.

Street dance took to the Westend stage, street dance group Diversity Won the most popular talent show in the UK and the unfortunate and very sad passing of Michael Jackson put dance well and truly back into the world’s spotlight!

We’ve had street dance the movie and the annual release of a dance flick is now very much the norm.

So is it any wonder that boys and girls up and down the country all want to learn to street dance? According to a recent Government survey in the UK dance is one the 2nd most popular physical activity after football amongst 12-14 year olds.

With so many children now so eager to learn to street dance we are in need of quality street dance teachers who are suitably qualified and follow safe practice when teaching children and young people.


Street dance teacher qualifications are available

There is street dance teacher qualification! Despite what dancers may think! It makes sense there has to be if so many children want to learn to dance.

The IDTA dance teacher training which teachdance offer is particularly tailored to you becoming a fully qualified street dance teacher. Many dancers do not see the point in gaining formal qualifications as many are able to get dance teaching jobs in London and many big Cities across the UK. However, times are changing. Qualified dance teachers already earn more than those who are unqualified. In the VERY near future you will not just be able to claim you are a ‘street dance teacher’. Employers will want you to have had some ‘street dance teacher training’ and produce a recognised street dance teaching certificate to back up your claim. After all you wouldnt go to a Doctor who had no formal medical training but said they knew what they were doing or parents wouldn’t send their children to a school where the teachers didn’t have a qualification so this is no different.

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