A Step to Gold Ballroom Teacher's College, Raleigh:
A Step to Gold Ballroom Teacher's College in Raleigh, Wake County in North Carolina offers professional dance instructor training programs. Our ballroom dancing teacher training program is the first vocational dance training of its kind. Our systematic curriculum can transform students with little or no prior dance experience into professional dance instructors. Dollar for dollar, there is no better training. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone wishing to be an instructor or for students wishing to deepen their knowledge, understanding, and technique of Ballroom Dancing.
This is the first vocational dance training of its kind teaching a systematic curriculum that transforms students with little or no prior dance experience into professional dance instructors. Dollar for dollar, there is no better training. Students will be trained to understand the kinesthetic mechanics of each dance figure in 17 dances including the following styles: Smooth, Rhythm, and Nightclub. They will learn to lead and follow, dancing both parts equally well, and they will be tested regularly. After the 16-month course, students will be prepared to take bronze certification examinations with the Dance Vision International Dance Association (DVIDA) which is the American equivalent of the Imperial Society Teachers of Dance.
The American Style Junior Associate Bronze teacher training program includes:
- Junior Associate Bronze Night Club Course: Nightclub Two-Step, Salsa, Hustle, Argentine Tango, Lindy Hop
- Junior Associate Bronze Rhythm I Course: Rumba, Cha Cha, Bolero, and East Coast Swing
- Junior Associate Bronze Rhythm II Course: Merengue, Mambo, Samba, West Coast Swing
- Junior Associate Bronze Smooth: Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Viennese Waltz
These courses are now being offered every 4 months with a staggered schedule. Please e-mail us via our Contact Page for further information.
"I have found the Ballroom Teachers College to be the most effective way to prepare for DVIDA certification as well as a professional teaching career in the ballroom dance industry. I believe the curriculum would also be beneficial for motivated individuals not seeking a ballroom dance teaching career, but who simply wish to become more technically competent dancers. The opportunity to learn dance technique using DVIDA's nationally-recognized dance curriculum and the opportunity to practice with classmates is, in my opinion, the most cost-effective way to pursue a dance education."
- Chris, Computer Instructor, Wake Tech Community College
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