Dance Teacher Training Programs

Take Your Teaching to New Levels!

Dance Teacher Training Programs
Courses & Certification
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We all strive to become better educators. By developing new skills, we can support our students and keep our passion for teaching alive!

Our courses present concepts and tools which new teachers can use to create their classes and seasoned teachers can quickly apply to their current curriculum.

Our programs are geared towards studio dance teachers of any dance form and style.

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Injury Prevention

As teachers we are accountable for the health of our students during dance class. It is our responsibility to ensure that students do not become injured through the implementation of appropriate exercises. We must gear our teaching towards the experience, age and fitness level of our students. Additionally, as instructors we are often asked to manage students’ chronic and acute injuries developed outside of our studio classes.

In this course, you will:

  • Gain a foundational understanding of basic anatomy relevant to dance.
  • Develop knowledge about basic types of injuries and how to administer First Aid.
  • Understand the physical benefits of practicing your dance form.
  • Identify which parts of the body are strengthened and which are prone to injury by your dance form.
  • Tailor your teaching to accommodate your students’ ages, fitness levels and injuries.
  • Learn to make safe modifications and ensure your students’ bodies stay healthy.
  • Create safe and effective warm-up, cool-down and stretching routines.
  • Build supportive environments that foster better communication between teachers and students.
  • Cultivate student awareness of injury prevention techniques.
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Create Your Teaching Dance Philosophy

Students learn dance in a number of ways and a successful teacher can accommodate various students’ needs. You will begin by reflecting upon how you learn and what your goals are as a teacher. Then, you will proceed to incorporate various teaching methods that will add interesting components into your existing teaching foundation. By the end, you will have created a comprehensive dance philosophy that will guide your continuing objective to become a more effective educator.

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Define and refine your personal philosophy of teaching dance
  • Develop objectives for your teaching
  • Cultivate goals for your students
  • Apply various teaching methods in order to accommodate different learning styles
  • Offer effective feedback and evaluation
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Bellates Teacher Certificate

Amara brings together a unique combination of Belly dance, Pilates, Yoga, and Ballet to create a fun and dynamic workout. Students will strengthen and tone their muscles, increase their flexibility, and fortify their posture alignment.

In this course:

  • Learn specific exercises that encompass the Bellates foundation
  • Prevent injuries
  • Create your teaching philosophy
  • Develop lesson plans

About Certification

Certification is awarded when a comprehensive understanding and mastery of the material is demonstrated. You may be asked to resubmit assignments integrating feedback and evaluations.

Students have one year to complete certification after purchase.


Assignments are scored in a focused holistic approached, where each text is evaluated on its overall quality. Several categories will be examined, including:

  • Purpose: The objective of the question is met.
  • Organization: The structure of the answer is clear and organised.
  • Application: Demonstrates synthetization and evaluation of knowledge.
  • Supporting Evidence: Strong sets of examples and details.

Grammar will not be evaluated, but your text should be in Standard American English, typed and understandable.

Scoring System

Scoring is based upon a 4-point scale:

4. The writer demonstrates consistent, though not necessarily perfect, control of the domain’s features.
3. The writer demonstrates reasonable, but not consistent, control of most of the domain’s features. The writer may control some features of the domain more than others.
2. The writer demonstrates inconsistent control of several of the domain’s features, indicating significant weakness.
1. The writer demonstrates little or no control of the domain’s feature

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