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RAD, London - Royal Academy of Dance
LEARN
TEACH
DANCE
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE
Prospectus
—2011/12
ROYAL ACADEMY
OF DANCE
Faculty of Education
Prospectus—2011/12
PATRON
HM Queen
Elizabeth II
PRESIDENT
Dame Antoinette
Sibley DBE
Royal Academy of Dance
36 Battersea Square
London SW11 3RA
tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: +44 (0)20 7326 8040
email: [email protected]
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Royal Academy of Dance®
is a Charity Registered in
England and Wales No. 312826
ROYAL ACADEMY OF
DANCE® and RAD®
are registered Trade Marks
of the Royal Academy of
Dance. The use or misuse
of the Trade Mark or any
other content of this
publication, without prior
written permission from
the Royal Academy of
Dance, is strictly prohibited.
All photographs included
in this prospectus are present
and past students and staff
members of the Faculty of
Education, unless otherwise
stated.
If you require this prospectus in large print please contact
Registry, Faculty of Education, tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8086,
email: [email protected]
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INTRODUCTION
WELCOMETOTHEROYALACADEMYOFDANCE
WELCOMETOTHEROYAL
ACADEMYOFDANCE
After 90 years in the business of educating and
training dance teachers and examining young
people, the Royal Academy of Dance has firmly
established itself as a leader in the field.
LUKE RITTNER
Chief Executive
Royal Academy of Dance
PROFESSOR JOAN WHITE
MA, BA, CERT.ED. FRSA
Everyone remembers a good teacher!
Director of Education
Royal Academy of Dance
Perhaps you are reading our prospectus
because your dance teacher is helping you
to make one of the most important decisions
of your life. In making your decision you will
need answers to questions such as what shall I
study and where, what sort of qualification will
I get, will I get a job when I finish, where shall
I live, and how much will it all cost? Dance
and dance teaching is central to the work of
the Royal Academy of Dance and we are here
to help you with answers to your questions.
Founded in 1920 by an international group
of dancers and teachers, the Academy remains
rooted in the dance profession and is a centre
of excellence in the field of teacher education.
This unique combination makes the Royal
Academy of Dance one of the most sought-after
education and training institutions.
All of us at the Academy are dedicated to
ensuring that we provide the best programmes
designed and delivered by the best tutors. We
are now an established international organisation
with over 13,000 members worldwide, but we
maintain the belief that every individual student
should be supported and encouraged within
a professional, considerate and sympathetic
learning environment. The Academy is seen
by many as an extended global family and many
remain part of the institution long after their
student days. With the Academy’s commitment
to Continuing Professional Development, the
link between students and the Academy will
strengthen.
At the Royal Academy of Dance we offer a
unique portfolio of internationally acclaimed
dance and dance teaching qualifications.
The degrees, diplomas and certificates that we
offer, whether undergraduate or postgraduate,
university-validated or validated by the
RAD as a Chartered Body, enable student
teachers, teachers, and professional dancers
to gain qualifications, either at the Academy’s
London headquarters or by distance learning.
If you choose one of our distance learning
programmes, you will have the opportunity to
study at times and in places to suit your specific
life style and career aspirations.
One thing of which you can be certain is
that at the Royal Academy of Dance, dance,
dancing, dance teaching and the study of
dance will be central to all that you do.
In addition to first class education and training,
students on our London based programmes
benefit from our location at the heart of one
of the world’s greatest centres of artistic activity.
There can be few cities in the world that can
match London for its cultural facilities and for
the wealth of performances and exhibitions
that take place every day. This extraordinary
resource is another reason for considering one
of the Academy’s London based programmes.
I hope to have the opportunity to welcome
you to one of our programmes.
I commend this prospectus to you. If you are
considering a career in dance teaching, then
I do not believe you could do better than start
by enrolling on an Academy course and you
will find within the pages of this document all
that you need to know about all that we provide.
Enjoy it, and I look forward to welcoming you
as a student at the Royal Academy of Dance.
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CONTENTS
SAFEGUARDING
The Academy is
committed to safeguarding
children and expects
all staff to share this
commitment. We follow
safe recruitment practices
to protect children and
vulnerable adults.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
The Royal Academy of Dance
is fully committed to eliminating
discrimination and actively
promoting equality of opportunity
where prejudice and harassment
are not accepted. We aim to
ensure equal opportunities
for all employees, potential
employees, students, potential
students, examination candidates,
clients and customers and continue
to work with other institutions and
with the local and wider community
to tackle discrimination, promote
diversity and disseminate good
practice. For full details of our
Equal Opportunities see the
RAD website. A hard copy can
be obtained on request from the:
Quality Assurance Manager
Faculty of Education
Royal Academy of Dance
36 Battersea Square
London SW11 3RA
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02 – 03
04 – 05
06 – 07
08 – 09
WELCOMETOTHEROYALACADEMYOFDANCE
All around the world
Our history and heritage
Which programme is for you?
Why choose us?
10–11
12 – 13
14 – 15
16 – 17
18 – 19
20 – 21
22 – 23
S TUDYINGATTHEROYALACADEMYOFDANCE,LONDON
Living in London
Facilities and resources
BA (Hons) Ballet Education
Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance
Professional Dancer’s Teaching Diploma
Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching
24–27
STUDENTPROFILES
28–29
30 – 31
32 – 33
34 – 35
STUDYINGFROMYOUROWNHOME
Being a distance learner
BA (Hons) Dance Education
Master of Teaching (Dance)
36–37
STUDENTPROFILES
38–39
40 – 41
42 – 43
44 – 45
46 – 47
48 – 49
50 – 51
52 – 53
54 – 55
S TUDYINGFROMHOMEINYOUROWNLANGUAGE
Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies
– Portuguese
– Italian
– Spanish
– Greek
– German
– Japanese
– Mandarin
56–57
58 – 59
60 – 61
62 – 63
64 – 65
66 – 67
68 – 70
GENERALINFORMATION
Your success: Graduation Day
What the external examiners say
How to apply
Fees for entry in 2010/11
Contact us
International offices
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WELCOME TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE
ALL AROUND THE WORLD
ALL AROUND THE WORLD
THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE
Approximately 1,000 students from 47 countries are enrolled on Faculty of Education
programmes. We currently have international students studying at RAD London, studying from
their own homes, and studying in their own first languages. Whilst many of you will be able
to access the information in this prospectus in English, we have provided information on the
Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies in the eight different languages which represent most
of our students.
This can be found at the back of the prospectus. If you require programme information
in any other language you can contact any one of the Academy’s 34 offices worldwide.
See page 68 and 70 for details.
Unsere internationalen Studenten sind uns wichtig. Daher wenden wir uns in den acht
Sprachen, in denen die meisten unserer Studierenden vertreten sind, an so viele wie möglich
unter Ihnen.
Falls Sie Informationen über unsere Studienprogramme in einer anderen Sprache wünschen,
können Sie sich an eines der 34 Büros der Royal Academy of Dance weltweit wenden, um
Informationen in Ihrer eigenen Sprache zu erhalten.
Siehe Seiten 68 – 70 für die Kontaktangaben.
Oltre 1,000 studenti provenienti da 47 nazioni sono inseriti nei programmi della Faculty
of Education. Al momento abbiamo studenti di provenienza internazionale che studiano
presso la sede centrale della RAD, dalle proprie nazioni di residenza e nelle proprie lingue di
appartenenza. Mentre molti di voi potranno avere accesso alle informazioni di questo prospetto
in inglese, abbiamo previsto di fornire anche informazioni riguardanti il Certificate in Ballet
Teaching Studies (CBTS) nelle otto diverse lingue che maggiormente rappresentano i nostri
studenti. Queste informazioni si trovano sul retro del prospetto.
Per informazioni sul programma in qualsiasi altra lingua, potrai contattare qualsiasi dei 34
uffici rappresentanti la RAD, presenti in tutto il mondo.
Vedi a pag 68 – 70 per i dettagli.
本アカデミーにとって海外からの受講生は重要な存在です。
そこで世界のほとんどをカバー
することができる8ヶ国語を用いて、
できる限り多くの方々にコースを紹介しています。
8ヶ国語以外の言語でのコース情報が必要な場合は、全世界に34個所あるアカデミーオフ
ィスにご連絡の上、希望する言語での情報を入手してください。
拥有多元化学生对我们而言十分重要,因此,我们尽可能以8种语言向学生提供教学,这
8种语言代表我们学生所使用的大部分语言。
舞蹈学院在全球拥有34个办事处, 如果您需要任何其它语言的课程信息,可与其中任何
一家办事处联系,索取您本人使用语言的信息。
有关详情,请参阅第68至70页。
A nossa comunidade internacional de estudantes é importante para nós e por isso tentamos
chegar o mais próximo possível de si em oito idiomas, que abrangem a maior parte dos nossos
estudantes.
Se solicitar informação sobre os programas de estudo noutro idioma, pode contactar um dos
34 escritórios da Academia em todo o mundo para obter informação no seu próprio idioma.
Consulte as páginas 68 – 70 para mais informação.
Mas de 1.000 alumnos de 47 paises están matriculados en los Programas de la Faculty of
Education. Actualmente tenemos alumnos internacionales estudiando en la sede central de la
RAD, alumnos que estudian desde su propio pais y en sus idiomas. Mientras muchos de ustedes
podrán acceder a la información de este folleto en Inglés, nosotros hemos dado información
sobre el Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies en los ocho idiomas diferentes que representan
a la mayoría de nuestros alumnos. Esta información se puede encontrar al reverso del folleto.
Si usted necesita información del programa en cualquier otro idioma, puede contactar cualquiera
de las 34 oficinas de la Academy disponibles internacionalmente.
Ver página 68 – 70 para mas detalles
Περισσότεροι από 1000 μαθητές από 47 χώρες παρακολουθούν τα Εκπαιδευτικά
προγράμματα της Ακαδημίας. Αυτή τη στιγμή υπάρχουν μαθητές από διάφορες χώρες οι
οποίοι παρακολουθούν τα προγράμματα της Ακαδημίας μελετώντας εξ αποστάσεως στην
μητρική τους γλώσσα. Αν και πολλοί από εσάς θα έχουν τη δυνατότητα να πάρουν τις
πληροφορίες από το φυλλάδιο στα Αγγλικά έχουμε επίσης πληροφορίες για το Certificate
in Ballet Teaching Studies στις οκτώ διαφορετικές γλώσσες των χωρών από τις οποίες
προέρχονται οι περισσότεροι από τους μαθητές μας. Πληροφορίες μπορείτε να βρείτε
στο πίσω μέρος του φυλλαδίου.
Εάν επιθυμείτε πληροφορίες για το πρόγραμμα σε κάποιες άλλες γλώσσες μπορείτε
να έρθετε σε επαφή με ένα από τα 34 γραφεία της Ακαδημίας παγκοσμίως.
Δείτε σελίδα 68 – 70 για τις λεπτομέρειες.
詳細は、68ページと70ページをご覧ください。
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WELCOME TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE
OUR HISTORY & HERITAGE
OUR HISTORY
& HERITAGE
The Academy exists to promote knowledge, understanding
and practice of dance internationally.
OUR HISTORY
Dame Ninette de Valois with
PDTC students, 1980
Photo: Jennie Walton
NEW DIRECTIONS
Faculty of Education 10th
Anniversary Conference
Photo: Mark Lees
In 2001, the Faculty of Education launched a new distance learning degree in Dance Education
and, in 2002, the Academy was granted Initial Teacher Training Accredited Provider Status,
enabling us to train government-recognised teachers. The year 2004 proved to be a watershed.
Not only did we launch the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies in the United Kingdom,
Canada, Australia and Germany but we received, for the first time, government funding for
students on the BA (Hons) Ballet Education programme.
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is one of the world’s largest and most influential dance
education, training and membership organisations. With approximately 13,000 members, its
influence has now spread to 79 countries represented by a network of 34 international offices.
The Academy aims to build on its historic foundations by responding to the needs and aspirations
of its members and students in today’s world.
In 2005, our international status enabled us to establish partnerships with Auckland University of
Technology, New Zealand, and Tong Ji University in China, providing access to RAD Registered
Teacher Status for students on their dance programmes. In the same year, the Royal Academy
of Dance celebrated 60 years of dance teacher education and training, a remarkable and unique
wealth of experience which we share through our diverse range of high quality programmes.
The Royal Academy of Dance was established in 1920, at the Trocadero Restaurant in
Piccadilly, London, by a small group of eminent dance professionals. Brought together by Philip
Richardson, former editor of The Dancing Times, the group represented the leading European
schools of ballet: Adeline Genée (the Danish School), Tamara Karsavina (the Russian School),
Lucia Cormani (the Italian School), Edouard Espinosa (the French School) and Phyllis Bedells
(the English School). Their concern about the poor quality and badly organised state of dance
teaching in Britain at the time led to the emergence of the ‘Association of Teachers of Operatic
Dancing in Great Britain’.
In 2009, the Faculty of Education celebrated its 10th anniversary with an international
conference at London headquarters. Students and members from around the world enjoyed
a day of presentations and teaching lecture-demonstrations reflecting the pioneering work
undertaken by the Faculty of Education in its first decade.
Over the next decade, the Association flourished, growing rapidly in size and influence and,
at the last Privy Council Meeting of King George V (in 1935), it was granted a Royal Charter
and became the Royal Academy of Dancing. On the death of Queen Mary in 1953, HM Queen
Elizabeth II became Patron of the Royal Academy of Dancing.
Rachel Cameron, BPhil
(Hons) FRAD, with Faculty
of Education students
Photo: Mark Lees
DANCE TEACHER
EDUCATION AND
TRAINING
The Academy was granted charitable status in 1963 and continued to develop its syllabi with the
introduction of a new children’s syllabus devised by the then President, Dame Margot Fonteyn.
As the RAD expanded within the UK, moving to its present headquarters in Battersea, London,
it began to spread its wings and in 1983 the first international office outside of the UK was
established in Australia.
Pamela May with PDTC, 1984
Photo: Chris Davies
The work of the Academy in the 21st century has outlined a way forward for a more diverse,
dynamic and influential organisation. This began with a small but significant change of title
from Royal Academy of Dancing to Royal Academy of Dance, granted by the Privy Council in
2000. Since then, a number of changes have encouraged a broader concept of dance, a unique
relationship with both public and private sector dance education, and recognition of the cultural
diversity of the Academy’s international membership.
In 1991 Antoinette Sibley was elected President of the Academy. A year later the first full-time
university-validated degree programme, the BA (Hons) Art and Teaching of Ballet, commenced,
replacing the three-year Teacher Training Programme. 1999 saw the appointment of Luke
Rittner as Chief Executive and the formation of the Faculty of Education under the leadership
of the Director of Education, Professor Joan White. Both appointments signalled a period of
unprecedented review and change.
Shelly Saint-Smith, Lecturer
in Dance and Notation
Photo: Mark Lees
CONTINUING
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT (CPD)
As part of its dynamic expansion, the Faculty of Education has introduced new programmes
which reflect a commitment to a broader concept of dance and dance education and meet the
needs of a changing profession. The BA (Hons) in Dance Education is designed to reflect the
diversity of dance today and the range of contexts in which dance teachers can now work.
Our Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching provides students with the
qualification they need to teach dance in schools and colleges for the 14-19 age range. We
are currently the only London based provider of this qualification. Most recently, we launched
our first Masters level programme, the Master of Teaching (Dance), which supports experienced
dance teachers in their professional development, whether they work in the private or state sector,
in the UK or elsewhere.
At the same time, the Academy continues to value its heritage and offers a number of
programmes and qualifications which focus on ballet. These include the BA (Hons) Ballet
Education (validated by the University of Surrey), the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies and
the Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance (both awarded by the RAD). The Professional
Dancer’s Teaching Diploma, which provides a career change opportunity for dancers coming
to the end of their performing careers, is another programme in which ballet is central.
The RAD is committed to providing long term career opportunities for its teachers. In today’s
climate it is likely that a dance teacher will have not one, but several, different career changes.
We offer structured, innovative and progressive opportunities for professional development,
tailored to meet individual needs and circumstances. Our Continuing Professional Development
units of study will ensure that wherever you are, and whatever qualifications you currently hold,
we can support you in extending your knowledge, understanding and skills.
Pas de Quatre choreography
by Keith Lester, 1970
Photo: Jennie Walton
Photo: Cléon Daniel
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WELCOME TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE
WHICH PROGRAMME IS FOR YOU?
WHICH PROGRAMME IS FOR YOU?
NB: Our programmes are designated at levels consistent with the Framework for Higher
Education Qualifications (FHEQ) in which first-year undergraduate is Level 4 and Masters
qualifications are Level 7.
Studying at the Royal Academy of Dance, London
Studying from your own home
POSTGRADUATE
CERTIFICATE IN
EDUCATION:
DANCE TEACHING
BA (HONS) BALLET
EDUCATION
LICENTIATE OF THE
ROYAL ACADEMY OF
DANCE
PROFESSIONAL
DANCER’S TEACHING
DIPLOMA
MASTER OF
TEACHING (DANCE)
BA (HONS) DANCE
EDUCATION
DIPLOMA OF HIGHER
EDUCATION:
DANCE EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE OF
HIGHER EDUCATION:
DANCE EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN
BALLET TEACHING
STUDIES
LEVEL
6 –7
6
6
5
7
6
5
4
4
DURATION
I want to commit to 36
weeks of full-time study
starting in September
including 24 weeks
placement
I want to commit to three
years full-time study
starting in September
I want to study full-time
for 5 weeks (June–July)
once a year for three years
I want to study full-time
for three months from
June to September
I want to be able to study
for 2-3 years part-time
starting in September
I want to be able to study
for six years part-time
or three years full-time
starting in October
I want to be able to study
for four years part-time or
two years full-time starting
in October
I want to be able to study
for two years part-time or
one year full-time starting
in October
I want to study part-time
for two years starting
in January
LANGUAGE
I want to study in English
I want to study in English
I want to study in English
I want to study in English
I want to study in English
I want to study in English
I want to study in English
I want to study in English
I want to study in my
own language
LOCATION
I want to study at the
RAD in London under
experienced tutors
and gain government
recognised Qualified
Teacher Status
I want to study at the
RAD in London and train
with RAD teachers
I want to study at the
RAD in London and
train with RAD teachers
I want to study at the
RAD in London and
train with RAD teachers
I want to study from
home in my own country
I want to study from
home in my own country
I want to study from
home in my own country
I want to study from
home in my own country
I want to study from
home in my own country
TIME COMMITMENT
I can commit to one year
of full-time study
I can commit to three years
of full-time study
I do not want to commit
to a full year of study
but I can commit to
an intensive programme
for 5 weeks each summer
for three years
I can commit to an
intensive three-month
programme
I want a flexible
programme so that I can
combine my personal and
professional commitments
I want a flexible
programme so that I can
combine my personal and
professional commitments
I want a flexible
programme so that I can
combine my personal and
professional commitments
I want a flexible
programme so that I can
combine my personal and
professional commitments
I want a flexible
programme so that I can
combine my personal and
professional commitments
REGISTERED
TEACHER STATUS
I want a UK Government
recognised teaching
qualification
I want to gain
Registered Teacher
Status of the RAD
I want to gain
Registered Teacher
Status of the RAD
I want to gain
Registered Teacher
Status of the RAD
I want a UK Government
recognised qualification
I want the option to gain
Registered Teacher Status
of the RAD
I want the option to gain
Registered Teacher Status
of the RAD
I want the option to gain
Registered Teacher Status
of the RAD
I want to gain Registered
Teacher Status of the
RAD
GOAL
I already have, or am
about to complete, a
degree majoring in
dance and want to teach
dance in state schools at
secondary level (14 to 19
age range)
I have just finished my
A levels or equivalent
and would like to get a
degree in dance. I want
to train as a dance teacher
alongside developing
my performance skills
I want to teach
dance in the vocational
sector. I want to gain
an internationally
recognised RAD
teaching qualification
I want to continue my
career by becoming
a dance teacher and
would like to gain an
RAD qualification
specifically designed
for professional dancers
I already hold an honours
degree majoring in dance
and want to gain an M
level qualification
I want to study for a degree
in dance that opens up
other horizons
I want to broaden my
expertise in dance teaching
and dance education
I want to study dance
education and have the
choice to continue to
degree level if I choose
I want to teach the
RAD syllabus and enter
candidates for RAD
examinations
VALIDATED BY
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WELCOME TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE
WHY CHOOSE US?
EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE
Our programmes are delivered by highly qualified, experienced tutors.
HIGHEST PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS
We have an international reputation for forging a path in professional standards in dance teacher
education and training.
RECOGNITION
Our degrees are equivalent in academic standard to those from any other UK university
and will allow you to compete on equal terms for entry to postgraduate programmes and
research degrees.
Our professional qualifications are respected internationally by employers and professional bodies
alike and will provide you with an essential platform for your career.
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CHOICE
Our range of programmes is designed to include your interests and needs.
FLEXIBLE LEARNING
We offer full-time and part-time programmes, on site study and distance learning from
your own home.
STUDYING IN YOUR
OWN LANGUAGE
We recognise that many students would like to become RAD qualified teachers but need to study
in their own language.
AN INTERNATIONAL
LEARNING COMMUNITY
Becoming a student on an RAD programme means becoming part of an international learning
and teaching community.
LIFELONG LEARNING
We cater for the needs of our students and qualified teachers at different stages of their education
and professional development - we’ll support you all the way!
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STUDYING AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF
DANCE, LONDON
PROGRAMMES DELIVERED
AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY
OF DANCE:
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– BA (Hons) Ballet Education
– Licentiate of the
Royal Academy of Dance
– Professional Dancer’s
Teaching Diploma
– Postgraduate Certificate in Education:
Dance Teaching
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STUDYING AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE, LONDON
LIVING IN LONDON
ROYAL ACADEMY
OF DANCE
Students come from far and wide to study at the Academy’s headquarters in London, attracted
by the programmes we offer, the expertise of our highly qualified staff, the superb resources
and our location close to the capital’s centre.
The Royal Academy of Dance sits on the bank of the River Thames in Battersea Square
with bars and cafés on the doorstep and a short journey away from the lively activity of
the city centre.
LIVING IN LONDON
London has something to offer students of all ages, from venues which host a wide variety
of international dance tours, to art galleries, open air concerts and the famous ‘West End’
home of the musical.
There are thousands of shops, bars, restaurants and cinemas within the city, and many
stunning sights.
Our students benefit from a thriving London dance scene with many opportunities to see
some of the leading dance companies in the world and to take part in the cultural diversity
of dance in the UK. In 2012, London will host the Olympics, promising an eventful, exciting
and exhilarating experience of a lifetime!
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STUDYING AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE, LONDON
FACILITIES AND
RESOURCES
The Academy has superb facilities and resources which make
it a centre of excellence for the study of dance.
STUDIOS AND
PERFORMANCE SPACE
PILATES STUDIO
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Students studying at the RAD benefit from seven fully equipped dance studios named after
key figures in its history. The Fonteyn Centre offers two professional, company size, studios
(Ashton and de Valois), whilst the Genée Studio transforms into a studio theatre for student
and community dance performances.
The Pilates studio is run by Pilates Performance, offering a range of exercise and teacher
training programmes designed to suit the individual. Academy students are eligible for special
discounts.
THE PHILIP RICHARDSON
LIBRARY
The Philip Richardson Library attracts dance scholars and researchers worldwide. The book
collection comprises more than 5,000 titles covering all aspects of ballet and other dance
genres, anthropology, biography, education, history, notation, medicine and psychology. The
library is also home to a unique collection of 500 Benesh Movement Notation scores, a large
collection of videos, DVDs and CDs and extensive runs of more than 30 international dance
journals. The Library Archive comprises an enviable range of rare photographs and artefacts
including programmes, playbills and costume designs.
INFORMATION LEARNING
TECHNOLOGY SUITE AND
COMPUTER SUITE
The Information Learning Technology Suite and Computer Suite are used to support
student study and, in particular, to develop ICT skills in dance education and teaching.
Both suites contain a wide range of hardware and software including Benesh Editor,
Labanwriter and Lifeforms.
AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES
To enhance the development of teaching and self-evaluation skills, on site students have access
to digital video cameras and playback facilities to film and assess teaching. This may be used
on site and, with prior arrangement, may be taken into schools/colleges to record work with
different groups of students. Lecture rooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards, laptop
computers and screens. The video collection housed in the Philip Richardson Library enables
students to use a range of professional dance works for resource-based teaching.
MUSIC/RECORDING SUITE
Recently upgraded digital recording and editing facilities in the Academy’s music technology
suite enable students to produce professional-standard sound and video resources in multiple
formats using programmes such as Sibelius, Cubase, Adobe Audition and Adobe Premiere.
These can be used for teaching, performing, and as part of students’ programme work.
In addition, large, resonant studios provide excellent, ambient spaces for live recordings.
STUDENT SUPPORT
All students studying on the Academy’s programmes are supported by teaching and
administrative staff in the Faculty of Education. The Student Support Officer provides
individual advice and additional support for students whether they are studying on site
or from home.
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BA(HONS)BALLETEDUCATION
BA(HONS)BALLET
EDUCATION
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Start
September 2011
(new students)
October 2011
The BA (Hons) Ballet Education is a full-time
modular degree programme designed to prepare
you for the demands of a career in dance teaching
and beyond.
(continuing students)
CONTENT
This programme combines the study of ballet and other dance forms with teaching. Each
module is an integration of practical and theoretical study delivered through technique
classes, repertoire workshops, choreographic workshops, lectures and seminars. Whilst ballet
remains a focus, the programme is designed to locate it within a broader concept of dance,
providing you with a wider platform for a successful career in teaching.
YEAR 1 (LEVEL 4)
Modules (all modules are valued at 20 credits): The Dancing Body (1), Frameworks and Perspectives,
Postmodernism and Dance, Ballet Classicism, Dance Modernism and Dance Teaching Contexts. In the
first year, you will spend a significant amount of time securing your own dance technique and
learning to perform selected repertoire. You will also take part in visits to observe dance teaching
in a variety of different contexts, including schools (both public and private sector), community
dance projects and dance company education.
YEAR 2 (LEVEL 5)
Modules (all modules are valued at 20 credits): The Dancing Body (2), RAD: A Question of Style?
Ballet: Genre and Style, Choreographic Craft and Form, Professional Placement (1) and Professional Placement
(2). As a second year student you will continue to work on your own dance skills, develop
your choreographic skills and study dance from historical and critical perspectives. You will
also undertake two Professional Placements in order to make the journey from observing, to
assisting and teaching, a group of students yourself. During this time you will be supported
by qualified, experienced staff from the placement organisation and the RAD.
YEAR 3 (LEVEL 6)
Modules: Performance Practice (20 credits), Choreographic Practice (20 credits), Critics and Scholars
(20 credits), Dissertation (40 credits), Education Studies (20 credits), Professional Placement (3) (20
credits) and Portfolio Career Management (20 credits). In your final year you will be able to choose
whether to focus on performance, choreography or critical studies. You will also undertake
a dissertation which is individually tutored and draws on knowledge gained in Years 1 and 2.
Your teaching skills will be further developed through a final professional placement supported
by theoretical study of education policies and practices as relevant to the dance teacher. The
Portfolio Career Management module prepares you for entry to the world of work and today’s
professional dance environment.
DELIVERY
The programme is three years full-time and delivered across three terms each year. In Year
1, you will spend most of your time in classes, lectures and workshops at the RAD. In Years 2
and 3, the amount of independent study increases, as does the number of hours spent ‘off-site’
on teaching placements.
ASSESSMENT
Modules are assessed through a variety of practical examinations, written assignments and
assessment of teaching.
AWARD
Successful completion of the programme leads to the award of BA (Hons) Ballet Education,
validated by the University of Surrey. Graduates are also eligible for Registered Teacher Status
(RTS) of the Royal Academy of Dance.
FURTHER STUDY AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Students enrolled on the BA (Hons) Ballet Education may apply for a place on the Licentiate
of the Royal Academy of Dance (LRAD) programme and study for this award alongside
their degree. For more information on the entry requirements for the LRAD see page 18.
Duration
3 years full-time
Level/Credits
Levels 4-6 (360 credits)
Location
RAD, London
Language
English
Apply by
15 January 2011
Funding
Funded places are available for
this programme.
Entry requirements
– Three GCE A Level passes
or equivalent. (Candidates
with two GCE A Level
passes and a strong dance
background will be
considered).
– RAD Intermediate or
equivalent standard in
Ballet. Appropriate English
Language Proficiency Test
for students whose first
language is not English.
(Please see page 63
for further information).
Application
Via UCAS (see page 62).
Audition
Following a successful initial
application, prospective students
will be invited to attend an
audition and interview.
Following successful completion of the BA (Hons) Ballet Education, graduates may wish to
apply for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching. For more information
on this programme see page 22.
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LICENTIATEOFTHEROYAL
ACADEMYOFDANCE
For those who hold, or are completing, a dance degree this
programme offers the opportunity to specialise in the work of
the Royal Academy of Dance. On successful completion, you
will be eligible to apply for Registered Teacher Status (RTS)
and enter candidates for RAD examinations. Graduates
from this programme will have passed the RAD Advanced 2
examination and are unique in being able to use the initials
‘LRAD’ after their names.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Start
June 2012
Duration
5 weeks full-time,
annually for 3 years
Level/Credits
Levels 4-6 (60 credits)
Location
RAD, London
Language
English
Apply by
31 January 2012
Application
Via Registry, Faculty of
Education, RAD (see page 62).
Audition
Applicants who are not enrolled
on the BA (Hons) Ballet
Education may be required
to undertake an audition and
interview with a member of the
programme staff. Students whose
application indicates they may
be a suitable candidate for the
programme might be asked to
complete a Concessionary Entry
Task to demonstrate the ability
to undertake study at the level
for which they are applying.
Entry requirements
RAD Intermediate or equivalent
in Ballet plus credits at the
appropriate HE Level as outlined
below, through a dance degree
or equivalent.
LRAD 1
– 120 credits at Level 4
(or equivalent).
LRAD 3
– LRAD 2 plus 360 credits
including a minimum of 120
credits at Level 5 and 120
credits at Level 6.
– Evidence of experience in
dance or ballet teaching.
Appropriate English Language
Proficiency test for students
whose first language is not
English. In order to qualify for
the LRAD award students need
to have been successful in the
RAD Advanced 2 examination.
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LRAD 2
– LRAD 1 plus 240 credits
including a minimum
of 120 credits at Level 5
or above (or equivalent).
CONTENT
You will complete three modules which increase in the level of demand from a basic
knowledge and understanding of RAD syllabi and its use in teaching, to a critical appreciation
of current issues in ballet education and training. The programme involves intensive practical
study supported by lectures, presentations, peer teaching and seminars, but does not include
practical teaching placements. For this reason, you will need to have some previous dance
teaching experience.
YEAR 1 (LEVEL 4)
Module LRAD1 (20 credits): In the first year of study, you will gain basic knowledge,
understanding and skills in relation to teaching ballet, focusing on the graded syllabi and young
people in the initial stages of vocational training.
YEAR 2 (LEVEL 5)
Module LRAD2 (20 credits): In your second year of study you will increase your knowledge,
understanding and skills by assessing the differing aims and requirements of the Graded and
Vocational Graded syllabi and examinations.
YEAR 3 (LEVEL 6)
Module LRAD3 (20 credits): In the final module, you consolidate and develop your learning
by analysing the needs of young people in the final stages of vocational training and preparing
for a professional career. You are also expected to engage in current debates within the UK
vocational training sector on meeting the needs of an increasingly diverse dance profession.
DELIVERY
The programme is delivered over three years in 5-week intensive periods of study, usually
in June and July. During these weeks, you will be expected to study full-time and attend all
timetabled sessions.
ASSESSMENT
Each module is assessed through practical examinations and short essays designed to
demonstrate accuracy of technical demonstration, understanding of teaching and education
theory, and the ability to debate selected issues.
AWARD
Successful completion of the programme leads to the award of Licentiate of the Royal
Academy of Dance and eligibility for Registered Teacher Status (RTS) of the Royal Academy
of Dance.
FURTHER STUDY AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Holders of the Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance may be eligible to apply for
the Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching. For more information on this
programme see page 22.
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PROFESSIONAL DANCER’S TEACHING DIPLOMA
PROFESSIONAL DANCER’S
TEACHING DIPLOMA
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Start
June 2012
Duration
12 weeks full-time
intensive study
(June-August)
Level/Credits
Level 5 (60 credits)
This programme is designed to meet the needs of the professional
dancer wishing to gain the necessary knowledge, skills and
experience in order to teach and extend career and employment
opportunities. Graduates from this programme are eligible for
Registered Teacher Status (RTS) of the Royal Academy of
Dance, enabling them to enter candidates for RAD examinations
anywhere in the world. The programme also provides a platform
for further study towards a degree, postgraduate award and/or a
UK government recognised teaching qualification.
CONTENT
This programme provides a focussed study of dance teaching which will equip professional
dancers for entry into the teaching profession. The programme comprises three interrelated modules which are studied concurrently so that each module can support the others
in an integrated and coherent learning experience.
PD1 Professional Values and Practice (10 credits). This module covers the structure and
requirements of the dance teaching sector, including professional standards for teachers, codes
of conduct, and the concepts of lifelong learning and continuing professional development.
The module builds on prior knowledge, understanding and skills in order to redirect focus from
performance to teaching.
PD2 Dance Curricula (20 credits). This module is designed to extend dance knowledge
beyond individual performance careers to embrace a range of dance and ballet syllabi,
curricula and examination frameworks, including the work of the RAD. You will study
through lectures, practical sessions and observation of teaching in different contexts.
Location
RAD, London
PD3 Learning and Teaching (30 credits). You will gradually build the skills needed to teach
dance through observation of teaching, peer teaching and teaching practice. In-depth
knowledge of ballet technique provides the basis for developing skills in the planning, delivery
and assessment of effective teaching. You are supported with on-going verbal and written
feedback on your progress throughout the programme: the module is assessed through a
practical teaching examination followed by a brief discussion of the class.
Language
English
Apply by
31 January 2012
Entry requirements
To apply for this programme
you will need to have
significant professional
experience with a dance
company and be able
to study in English.
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Application
Via Registry, Faculty
of Education, RAD
(see page 62).
DELIVERY
The programme is delivered full-time Monday-Friday for twelve consecutive weeks. Students
are required to attend all timetabled sessions but have allocated time for independent study
either at the Academy or from home.
ASSESSMENT
Two of the modules are assessed through written assignments. PD1 module assessment
involves a Professional Development Portfolio comprising a CV and career plan, whilst in PD2,
you are required to plan teaching for a specific context. In PD3 you will undertake a practical
teaching examination followed by a short interview with your Examiners.
AWARD
Successful completion of the programme leads to the award of Professional Dancer’s Teaching
Diploma. Holders of this award are eligible to apply for RAD Registered Teacher Status.
FURTHER STUDY AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Students who complete the Professional Dancer’s Teaching Diploma may be eligible to
continue their studies in order to gain an undergraduate or masters level degree, Qualified
Teacher Status (QTS) or Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills status (QTLS).
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POSTGRADUATECERTIFICATEINEDUCATION:DANCETEACHING
POSTGRADUATE
CERTIFICATEINEDUCATION:
DANCETEACHING
This programme provides you with the opportunity to acquire
the expertise to become a dance specialist teacher for the 14 –19
curriculum and gain UK government recognition as a teacher.
Our graduates have gone on to enjoy highly successful careers
working at the forefront of dance education as teachers and
heads of department in schools and colleges across the country.
CONTENT
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Start
The programme comprises three interrelated areas of study:
Dance Studies. During the programme you will extend your knowledge of dance as a subject in
secondary education and study a selection of dance specifications, courses and curricula. Whilst
on site, you will have the opportunity to work with the Faculty of Education’s highly qualified
teaching staff, study alongside other students on the programme and benefit from the Academy’s
specialist dance facilities.
September 2011
Duration
1 year full-time
Level/Credits
Professional Studies. In preparation for teaching, you will be introduced to selected education
theories and pedagogies and study the professional standards and requirements for all teachers
working in the UK state sector. In order to gain Qualified Teacher Status, you will be required
to demonstrate achievement of all of the Standards legislated by the UK government. Working
towards these outcomes will form a dominant part of your study on-site and your teaching
placements in school.
Level 6-7 (120 credits)
Location
RAD, London
Language
English
School Experience and Teaching. The third strand of the programme takes place in our
Partnership Schools and Colleges in the form of two different School Experience and
Teaching placements. During this time, you will build your experience by taking on different
roles and responsibilities, undertaking carefully supervised teaching and becoming integrated
in the life of the department and the school/college.
Apply by
GTTR opens early
October 2010. You
are advised to apply
as soon as possible.
Entry requirements
Undergraduate degree in
dance or a related subject with
a substantial dance component.
Minimum grade C in GCSE
English and Mathematics.
OUR PARTNERSHIP
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Our Partnership Schools and Colleges are based in inner and outer London and the home
counties of Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire and Hertfordshire. These
provide diverse cultural environments for school experience and teaching placements. Many
of our Partnership Schools’ and Colleges’ achievements in dance are recognised through Arts
Mark, Beacon Status and Specialist Performing Arts Status awards.
DELIVERY
The programme involves 12 weeks of full-time study on site at the RAD in London and 24
weeks in professional placements within schools or colleges. Modules located at the Academy
are delivered through taught sessions including practical workshops, lectures and seminars.
During your placements you will work with School-based Tutors who are dance specialists.
You will further develop your knowledge and skills through a combination of observation,
teaching and discussion with your tutors who will provide support on planning, teaching
and self reflection.
ASSESSMENT
Students are assessed against the QTS Standards throughout the programme. In addition,
students complete two assignments: PGCE: DT 1 Resource Portfolio (20 credits), which is
assessed at undergraduate level (Level 6) and PGCE: DT 2 Professional Practice Research
Project (40 credits), which is assessed at postgraduate level (Level 7).
AWARD
The programme leads to two awards: Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) awarded by the
RAD as an Initial Teacher Training Accredited Provider and the Postgraduate Certificate
in Education: Dance Teaching (PGCE), validated by the University of Surrey.
FURTHER STUDY AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Students who gain the PGCE: DT with QTS may continue their studies at M level or pursue
a number of opportunities for continuing professional development in a variety of dance and
education contexts. Following a period of teaching experience, PGCE: DT graduates may
apply for enrolment on the Master of Teaching (Dance).
Audition
If your initial application
is successful you will be
invited to attend an interview
day which will include: a
practical audition including
a modern dance class, the
performance of a solo and
the teaching of a short extract
of the solo, an interview, an
Information Communications
Technology (ICT) and Literacy
exercise, a group discussion
and a teaching and subject
knowledge Preliminary Needs
Analysis.
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Application
GTTR on-line application
form (see page 62).
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STUDENTPROFILES
SABRINA WEBSTER
BA (Hons) Ballet Education
Past: I trained at Bird College and then worked as a dancer, my most recent contract being
in Disneyland Paris. I wanted to prepare for a teaching career so decided to take the BA (Hons)
Ballet Education to give myself an in-depth knowledge of dance. As the RAD is recognised in
79 countries it also enables me to teach overseas.
Present: After just a short time on the programme I have already developed an understanding
of how classical steps can be recorded through notation and how to analyse dance works from
different perspectives. I feel my technique as a dancer has also improved. We are currently
studying Ballet Classicism and Dance Modernism which is my favourite module so far. I am
fascinated by how ballet was created and how it has developed over the years.
Future: After gaining experience, I hope to travel and teach at a vocational college.
MANG YU MAY KWOK
BA (Hons) Ballet Education
Licentiate of the Royal
Academy of Dance
Past: I rediscovered ballet as an adult, so deciding a career change after working in a completely
unrelated industry was a difficult choice to make. I was encouraged to look into RAD
programmes and found that the BA (Hons) in Ballet Education and LRAD fit the bill perfectly.
Present: The programme not only teaches us how to teach, it also provides technique classes
and contextual modules which are backed up by placements offering an excellent introduction
to the professional teaching world. The variety is well balanced, which I find essential as we
have to understand what dance is, and where dance has been, before we can help shape what
dance will be.
Future: The RAD has shown me that a career in dance is much more than a syllabus. It can
also include working with community groups and within public sector education, among others.
I am looking forward to exploring all these possibilities and excited about what I could do with
my new career.
STEPHANIE ROSS
BA (Hons) Ballet Education
Past: I wanted to combine my love for dance and my ambition to teach with a degree, but found
that difficult to do in Scotland, so I began looking further afield. Perusing the RAD’s prospectus,
I found exactly what I was looking for.
Present: The programme has taught me so much about ballet. Not just an in-depth knowledge
of the RAD syllabus but also a tremendous amount about ballet from the past and present. My
dance technique has improved, as have my teaching abilities.
With the RAD, I’ve had the opportunity to do a huge range of things, from teaching Bollywood
dance and West End jazz on placements to watching The Royal Ballet in rehearsals. One of the
best things about the RAD is the location. Not only are the facilities amazing but London itself is
the best place for a dance student. It’s a city which never fails to amaze a small-town girl like me.
Future: Plans for the future: the dance world is my oyster.
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STUDENT PROFILES
LITSA SAVVIDES
Postgraduate Certificate in
Education: Dance teaching
SARAH MORGAN
Postgraduate Certificate in
Education: Dance teaching
Past: I studied for a BA dance performance degree at Middlesex University. Whilst working as a
freelance dance teacher I decided that I wanted to specialise in teaching dance in the secondary
school sector.
Present: Studying at the RAD has helped me to develop my teaching skills very quickly. The
PGCE course is intense and challenging but has allowed me to excel within my placements in
preparation for a professional career. The lectures and workshops demonstrate a combination
of building on subject knowledge as well as assisting our understanding of the professional
studies factors. My placements have provided me with diverse experiences in which I have
worked as part of a performing arts department and a PE department.
Future: My plans for the future are to become head of dance and eventually set up dance
departments within more schools in order to make it more accessible to all students. The RAD
has helped me to stand out from the crowd and to be active about my passion for dance in the
education sector.
Past: I graduated at Roehampton University two years ago with a BA (Hons) degree in Dance
Studies. Since then I have worked as a freelance dance teacher (teaching Contemporary and
Street dance) and as an Inclusion Assistant at a local secondary school. I loved working in the
school environment and felt I was really making a difference so decided to follow this career
path and train to become a teacher.
Present: I looked at the different institutes offering the PGCE programme and after my audition
at the RAD, I knew that this is where I wanted to study. The course has taught me far more than
I ever imagined and I look back with pride at the progress I have made since September. The
year is incredibly intense and quite a rollercoaster but the supportive tutors help us through and
encourage our every step.
Future: I am looking forward to my future career teaching dance and feel prepared to tackle any
challenges that arise.
SAMANTHA MOORE
Postgraduate Certificate in
Education: Dance teaching
Past: In 2009 I graduated from Middlesex University, London, where I achieved a 2:1 in BA
(Hons) Dance with Performing Arts. I chose to study at the RAD because I believe it to be a
professional establishment of dance excellence.
Present: Having very little teaching experience I was concerned that I would not be able
to handle the workload and achieve what was expected of me. I needn’t have worried as
the support and encouragement I have received from both teachers and peers during my time
here has been invaluable. I have found this to be the most challenging course I have taken so
it is essential to develop great time management and organisational skills.
Future: I have found the experience of working with children second to none. As the PGCE
qualification is internationally recognised it will allow me a wider scope for opportunities in my
future teaching career.
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PROGRAMMES STUDIED
VIA DISTANCE LEARNING:
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BA (Hons) Dance Education
– Diploma of Higher Education
– Certificate of Higher Education
Master of Teaching (Dance)
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BEING A DISTANCE
LEARNER
BEING A DISTANCE
LEARNER MEANS...
–You can study full-time or part-time, combining your studies
with work commitments wherever you are in the world
–You can plan your studies around your other life commitments
–You can focus your studies to reflect your own cultural
surroundings, using examples of dance education and
teaching in your own country of residence
–You will receive support from your tutors by email,
the Faculty of Education website and telephone
– You will have access to our Faculty of Education on-line
forum as a means of communication with your fellow
students throughout the world
Our distance learners are a growing community of dedicated
students, many of them working professionals, with diverse
experiences and interests.
ur distance learning programmes are about increasing
O
access to education, providing a flexible learning experience
and sharing our expertise internationally.
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–DIPLOMAOFHIGHEREDUCATION:DANCEEDUCATION
–CERTIFICATEOFHIGHEREDUCATION:DANCEEDUCATION
BA(HONS)DANCE
EDUCATION
– Diploma of Higher Education: Dance Education
– Certificate of Higher Education: Dance Education
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Start
October 2011
Duration
1–3 years full-time
2–6 years part-time
Level/Credits
Level 4 (Certificate) (120 credits)
Level 5 (Diploma) (120 credits)
Level 6 (Degree) (120 credits)
This exciting distance learning degree has something for everyone.
Whether you want to teach in schools, open your own private
dance studio, work in the community or generally further your
own professional development, the BA (Hons) Dance Education
programme is designed with you in mind.
Unlike traditional ‘on-campus’ degrees, you can study part-time or full-time from your own
home or place of work. The degree programme consists of three levels of study. Each level
may be taken over one year of full-time or two years of part-time study and you can exit at
any level after study. These options are available both nationally and internationally.
Location
At home in your own
country (attendance at an
CONTENT
Certificate of Higher Education:
Dance Education
(Level 4) (120 credits)
Diploma of Higher Education:
Dance Education
(Level 5) (120 credits)
Compulsory Modules (all modules are 20 credits): The Nature of Dance, Learning and Teaching, How
Children Learn, Safe Practice and Enhancing Performance, Module Options: Dance Analysis, Dance Teaching
Societies, Perspectives on Music and Dance, Managing Yourself in Dance, Dance in the Community. At diploma
level you will be able to extend your knowledge of philosophical, pedagogical and professional issues
in dance teaching, as well as developing your research skills. At this level, you will be able to choose
from a range of module options which are studied alongside four compulsory modules.
BA (Hons) Dance Education
(Level 6) (120 credits)
Compulsory Modules (all modules are 20 credits except the dissertation): Dance, Art and Education,
Dissertation (40 credits), Module Options: Reading Dance and the Avant Garde, Ballet: its Diversity and Influence,
Classicism, Classical and Classics, Dance Within Higher Education, Designing Dance Curricula, Managing Others
in Dance, Vocational Dance Training: Issues and Debates, Optimising Performance. At degree level you are
required to complete two compulsory modules to the value of 60 credits and choose from a range
of module options which cover a breadth of interests from dance analysis to assessment issues in
dance, optimising dance performance and dance management.
DELIVERY
Each level of the programme can be studied full-time (one year) or part-time (two years). The
programme is modular and is divided into three terms of 10 weeks’ duration which begin in
October and end in June. You are required to attend a compulsory Intensive Study Seminar at
the RAD, London, in October of the first year of study. All modules are supported by Module
Study Guides which are accessed online and contain key source materials, tutor guided tasks and
suggestions for further study. You are allocated a tutor for each module, with whom you will have
regular contact by telephone, email or fax. The programme is delivered in English. Students
who do not have English as a first language must pass an appropriate English Language Proficiency
test (see page 63).
ASSESSMENT
All modules are assessed through a written assignment which is tutored by telephone, fax and
e-mail. Written assignments include essays, case studies and portfolios. At degree level, all students
submit a substantial written dissertation on a selected area of interest.
AWARD
Successful completion of Level 4 leads to the award of Certificate of Higher Education: Dance
Education. Successful completion of Level 5 leads to the award of Diploma of Higher Education:
Dance Education. Successful completion of Level 6 leads to the award of BA (Hons) Dance
Education. Please note that students may hold only one of the above awards.
FURTHER STUDY AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Students who gain a minimum of 120 credits at Level 1 can apply to have their teaching assessed
in order to be eligible for RAD Registered Teacher Status. Students who gain the BA (Hons) Dance
Education may be eligible to apply for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching.
See page 22 for information on this programme. Graduates with teaching experience may also
apply for the Master of Teaching (Dance) (see page 34 for information on this programme).
intensive one-week study seminar at the
RAD in London is required in Term 1)
Language
English
Apply by
Full-time
15 Jan 2011
Part-time 30 April 2011
Entry requirements
Entry to all levels requires:
Two GCE A Level passes or
equivalent. RAD Intermediate
or equivalent in any dance genre.
Appropriate English Language
Proficiency test for students
whose first language is not
English. Entry to HE Level 2
also requires completion of Level
1 or Accredited Prior Learning.
Entry to HE Level 3 also requires
completion of Level 2.
Application
The Registry, Faculty of
Education, RAD (see page 62)
Applications will be reviewed on
a case by case basis in accordance
with the Faculty of Education
Accredited Prior Learning Policy
(see page 63) and credit may
be given for relevant skills and
experience already gained.
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Modules (all modules are 20 credits): Frameworks and Perspectives, Syllabi and Examinations: Dance
Teaching Societies, Dance in National Curricula, Dance Education: Concepts and Contexts, The Healthy Dancer,
Music in Dance and Dance Education. On the certificate programme you will gain a broad perspective
on dance education across private and public sectors, including the work of dance teaching societies
and dance in school curricula. You will also be introduced to educational concepts which are
fundamental throughout your studies, as well as gaining knowledge and understanding of health,
fitness and safety in relation to dance teaching.
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MASTEROFTEACHING
(DANCE)
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Start
September 2011
Duration
2-3 years part-time
Level/Credits
Level 7 (180 credits)
With over a decade of delivering high quality dance teacher
education, the RAD launches its first Masters programme,
validated by the University of Surrey and accredited by
the Teacher Development Agency for Schools. The Master
of Teaching (Dance) is comparable with other M level
qualifications but is distinguished by an emphasis on workbased research which impacts on the learning environment.
CONTENT
The programme is designed to meet the needs of dance teachers from a variety of education
contexts across private and public sectors. All students complete two compulsory modules to the
value of 90 credits, plus module options to the value of 90 credits (or 30 credits for QTS holders).
THE PROGRAMME
COMPRISES COMPULSORY
AND OPTION MODULES
Dance, Education and Research (compulsory) (30 credits)
In this module, you will have an opportunity to broaden and deepen your knowledge and
understanding of dance as an academic discipline and a cultural practice. The reading materials
and tasks focus on recent developments in dance studies at postgraduate level, including major
paradigm shifts and cutting edge research. The essay assignment allows you to draw on selected
research and evaluate its application to your own teaching environment.
Location
Dance Pedagogy (module option) (30 credits)
This module builds on current knowledge and understanding of dance pedagogy to allow for a
deeper, critically informed engagement with issues and debates in the delivery of dance curricula.
Topic areas include curriculum design and delivery, dance education models and frameworks,
learning perspectives, teaching strategies and concepts of creativity. The assignment will enable
you to evaluate your own teaching and plan for progression in a specified aspect of pedagogy.
Distance learning
with a compulsory
two-day, on-site
study seminar at
the start of the
programme
Leading Learning (module option) (30 credits)
This module supports dance teachers in developing the professional and managerial skills needed
to lead learning in the school/work environment. Key topics include the nature of teaching as
a profession and a career, the role of the teacher, theories and models of collaborative practice,
concepts of leadership and the development of effective management strategies. You will
be encouraged to initiate change through innovative practice which has a measurable impact
on your work environment.
Language
English
Apply by
30 April 2011
Inclusive Dance Practice: Disability and SEN (module option) (30 credits)
All dance teachers need to be fully engaged in inclusive practice informed by current legislation
and recent research. The work in this module draws on the combined experience of the RAD
and Candoco Dance Company in changing attitudes towards disability and difference, in order
to develop new models and practices in inclusive dance education. You will engage in work-based
research on a selected issue arising from the needs of your own students.
Entry requirements
A good honours degree in
dance or with a significant dance
component. You should hold
a recognised dance teaching
qualification and be employed as
a dance teacher for the duration
of the programme. The RAD
welcomes applications from
professional dance teachers
who do not hold traditional
academic qualifications but
have equivalent experiential
learning. Successful applicants
with a PGCE and QTS will
be accredited for 60 credits at
M Level, and will be required
to complete the remaining
120 credits for the Master
of Teaching (Dance) award.
Research Project (with research methodologies) (compulsory) (60 credits)
The research project comprises a critical appraisal of relevant research frameworks and
methodologies, followed by an extended work-based research assignment. The precise nature of
the research will be determined by a number of factors, including the needs of the school/work
environment, the dance curriculum being delivered and the knowledge and skills of the researcher.
You will be guided in identifying an appropriate research proposal by the module tutor and
supported via distance learning throughout the research process.
Application
The Registry, Faculty of
Education, RAD (see page 62).
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Photo: Ioulia Horeftari
(NB: new module options will be added to the programme if there is sufficient student interest.
Please see the Faculty of Education website for the latest information).
AWARD
Successful completion of 60 credits leads to Postgraduate Certificate: Teaching (Dance)
Successful completion of 120 credits leads to Postgraduate Diploma: Teaching (Dance)
Successful completion of 180 credits leads to Master of Teaching (Dance)
FURTHER STUDY AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Holders of the Master of Teaching (Dance) are eligible to progress to studying at doctoral level.
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STUDENT PROFILES
DESMOND WILLIAMS
BA (Hons) Dance Education
Past: I was interested in dance from an early age, developing my own unique style on the streets
and in clubs. Winning dance competitions inspired me to attend formal dance lessons and
become a professional dancer. After a successful professional dance and choreography career,
I moved into dance teaching and have since taught in various secondary schools and at a wellknown theatre school as a street-dance teacher for over 15 years.
Present: I decided to study the BA (Hons) in Dance Education because I want to gain an
accredited qualification and widen my theoretical knowledge of dance. I chose the Royal
Academy of Dance because of its excellent reputation as a learning institution and because
of the flexibility the course offers to full-time workers. The best thing about the programme
is the friendly support and encouragement I receive from highly-knowledgeable and
experienced tutors.
Future: In the future I would like to open my own dance school, passing on my knowledge
and enthusiasm to the next generation of dancers.
DEBORAH MCFADDEN
BA (Hons) Dance Education
Past: I have been teaching in the private sector since the tender age of 19. In my early twenties
I got married and started a family. Throughout both my pregnancies I continued to teach and
started training for my qualifications. By 25 I had completed the RAD Teaching Certificate as
well as AIDT in Modern Dance Advanced Teachers.
Present: After meeting the RAD’s Director of Education at a talk in Cape Town, South Africa,
the idea of completing a degree was re-visited. Though it took a few more years to finally start
the process I am very excited to be on the programme at last.
Future: This is a personal goal and a challenging one. As I run a full-time studio as well studying
I find that good time management is key. However, striving to continuously move forward and
learn has always been my motto.
GAYNOR ZWAAGSTRA
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Candoco Dance Company. Photo: Ros Chesher
Master of Teaching (Dance)
Past: I completed my dance training at the Royal Ballet Upper School in London and went on
to work as a professional dancer in Switzerland. When I returned to Liverpool, I qualified as an
RAD teacher and opened the Dance Art Studio with my husband. I completed the Faculty of
Education’s BPhil (Hons) programme and then went on to study a PGCE in Liverpool. I now
teach full time in a secondary school whilst continuing to run my own school.
Present: When I read about the Master of Teaching (Dance) programme I saw it as the next
logical step in my career and felt that in this way I could contribute to the collective responsibility
we share as dance teachers to enhance the profile of our profession. I am thoroughly enjoying
the programme and the challenge of academic study.
Future: I would definitely consider study beyond this programme as an option for future career
development.
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LANGUAGE
ertificate in Ballet Teaching Studies
C
– English
– Portuguese
– Italian
– Spanish
– Greek
– German
– Japanese
– Mandarin
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CERTIFICATE IN BALLET TEACHING STUDIES
CERTIFICATE IN BALLET
TEACHING STUDIES
The Certificate in Ballet
Start
Teaching Studies gives
January 2012
you an opportunity to
Duration
study ballet teaching
2 years part-time
in preparation for a
Level/credits
professional career.
Level 4 (120 credits)
On successful completion,
Location
you will be able to teach
At home in your own ballet and be eligible
country. Attendance at a six-day to apply for Registered
Intensive Study Seminar required during
Teacher Status (RTS)
each year of study. These are normally
held in your country of residence.
of the Royal Academy
Language
of Dance, enabling you
Own language
to enter candidates for
Apply by
RAD examinations
1 August 2011
anywhere in the world.
For video applicants
1 June 2011
CONTENT
YEAR 1
Knowing the RAD Syllabus Part 1 (January–April)
The Healthy Dancer (April–July)
Planning for Effective Teaching (August–October)
In Year 1 you will be able to increase your knowledge and understanding of RAD ballet
vocabulary, begin to understand the principles of progression in learning and study ways
of supporting young people of different levels of ability. You will also study common causes
of injury, the importance of good nutrition, fitness and well-being, and ways in which ballet
training can be modified or supplemented in order to improve performance. Much of this
will be done by studying from your own home but the Intensive Study Period means that you
will have a chance to work ‘face-to-face’ with tutors and other students on the programme.
YEAR 2
Knowing the RAD Syllabus Part 2 (January–April)
Practical Teaching (January-October)
The Freelance Dance Teacher (April-July)
In Year 2 you will build on knowledge and skills gained in Year 1 and learn how to plan
your teaching. You will also gain teaching experience (which will be supervised by tutors)
and learn how to prepare for a teaching career. A second Intensive Study Period provides
another opportunity for you to demonstrate RAD syllabi with accuracy and understanding.
DELIVERY
This programme is part-time, enabling students to study alongside their personal and
professional commitments. The programme starts in January of each year and is delivered
over two years, with three modules studied each year. Each module is delivered over a period
of ten weeks during which you should expect to study for a minimum of 20 hours per week.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
All students are required to attend two six-day Intensive Study Periods, one in each year
of study, usually in the country of residence. For the Practical Teaching module in Year 2,
students are required to set up a Practical Teaching Placement in a local dance school with a
teacher (mentor) approved by the Faculty of Education. All modules are supported by Module
Study Guides containing key source materials, tutor guided tasks and suggestions for further
study. Students are allocated a tutor for each module, with whom they will have regular
contact by telephone, email or fax.
COUNTRY AND LANGUAGE
OF DELIVERY
Entry Requirements
One of the following
RAD examinations:
The programme is delivered in the first language of the teaching centre country. If more
than one language is spoken, the RAD retains the right to determine the language of delivery.
Please note that if the language of delivery is not your first language, it is your responsibility
to ensure that you are able to read, write and speak proficiently in that language.
– Advanced Foundation,
Advanced 1, Advanced 2,
Intermediate, Grade 8, or
an equivalent examination
from a recognised dance
teaching society.
– Applicants without formal
qualifications may be
considered on submission
of video/DVD evidence.
– Candidates admitted with
Graded examinations should
ensure that they are capable
of physical demonstration
at a level equivalent to
the Vocational Graded
examinations.
Application
The Registry, Faculty of
Education, see page 62.
The programme is currently delivered in the following teaching centres: Australia, Brazil,
Canada, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New
Zealand, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, UK and
the USA. It is sometimes possible for students from other countries to study at one of these
centres; however, in any given year, the programme will only run in a specific country
if there are sufficient numbers.
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ASSESSMENT
Students submit essays, portfolios, case studies and projects for assessment during the
programme, as well as being assessed in Practical Teaching. Students also complete a practical
assessment as part of the Intensive Study Period.
AWARD
Successful completion of the programme leads to the award of Certificate in Ballet Teaching
Studies with eligibility for Registered Teacher Status (RTS) of the Royal Academy of Dance.
FURTHER STUDY AND
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Following successful completion of the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies students able to
study in English may wish to transfer to the BA (Hons) Dance Education programme at HE
Level 5 by undertaking an additional ‘access’ module. See the BA (Hons) Dance Education
programme section for further details.
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CERTIFICADOEMESTUDOSDEENSINODEBALLET
CERTIFICADOEM
ESTUDOSDEENSINO
DEBALLET
Este programa actualmente é ministrado nos seguintes
Início
países: Austrália, Brasil, Espanha, Itália, Alemanha,
Janeiro 2012
Japão, Grécia/Chipre, Portugal, Hong Kong, África do Sul,
Duração
países agregados (Filipinas, Indonésia, Malásia, Singapura
Dois anos em regime e Tailândia), EUA com Canadá, Bélgica, Países Baixos e
de tempo parcial
Luxemburgo com Reino Unido. O programa destina-se a
Localização
candidatos que pretendem tornar-se professores associados da
País de residência
Royal Academy of Dance e é ministrado no primeiro idioma
Idioma
do país de residência do estudante.
Idioma do país de
residência
COMO É MINISTRADO?
O programa é ministrado em tempo parcial, à distância, durante dois anos, com início em
Janeiro de cada ano. Cada módulo possui um Guia de Módulos de Estudo específico que
inclui materiais originais, tarefas orientadas e sugestões para estudo avançado. Cada estudante
realiza um estágio prático de ensino no segundo ano de estudos, durante o qual terá de
apresentar um plano de ensino prático orientado. O local de estágio e o orientador devem
ser aprovados pela Faculty of Education na sede da Royal Academy of Dance em Londres.
Em cada ano, os estudantes devem assistir a Períodos de Estudo Intensivo de seis dias, no seu
país de residência.
Para cada módulo, cada estudante terá um orientador nomeado pela Faculty of Education.
A orientação é efectuada através de correio electrónico, fax ou telefone.
QUAL É A DURAÇÃO
DO PROGRAMA?
Dois anos em regime de tempo parcial.
EM QUE IDIOMA IREI
ESTUDAR?
O programa será ministrado no primeiro idioma do país de residência do estudante. Se o
idioma em que o programa for ministrado não corresponder ao primeiro idioma do estudante,
o aluno deve certificar-se de que é capaz de ler, escrever e falar fluentemente o idioma em que
o programa é ministrado.
COMO É AVALIADO?
A avaliação efectua-se através de ensino prático, estudos de caso, projectos, portfólios
e dissertações.
QUIS SÃO AS
CONDIÇÕES DE ACESSO?
QUALIFICAÇÕES
CONVENCIONAIS
DE ACESS
A entrada no programa equivale ao UK National Qualifications Framework (Quadro de
qualificação nacional do Reino Unido) nível 3 e inclui Ballet da RAD ou equivalente em ballet,
para os seguintes Vocational Graded examinations (exames vocacionais com classificação) e
Graded Examinations (exames com classificação): Advanced Foundation, Advanced 1 e 2, e
Grade 8* (Nota 8) Também será tido em conta o nível Intermediate RAD.
BREVE DESCRIÇÃOS
Candidaturas
1 de Agosto 2011
*É exigido aos alunos recrutados para o programa CBTS (Certificate in Ballet Teaching
Studies) um nível de desempenho confiante e seguro, de forma a garantir que a demonstração
em ensino prático possui um nível suficientemente elevado. Os candidatos admitidos
com capacidades e competências de Graded examinations (em vez de Vocational Graded
examinations) devem ser capazes de demonstrar possuir o nível exigido para o nível 3 de
Vocational Graded examinations.
Aceites até
1 de Junho 2011
para candidaturas
com vídeo
A Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) é uma das maiores e mais influentes organizações de
ensino e formação de dança. Oferecemos uma gama variada de programas de estudo que irão
maximizar as oportunidades de emprego para os nossos formandos. Por isso, o nosso objectivo
consiste em educar e formar professores de dança que darão um contributo importante para a
dança e para o ensino da dança no domínio das artes, da educação e do lazer.
QUALIFICAÇÕES
NÃO-CONVENCIONAIS
DE ACESSO
Os candidatos ao programa que não cumpram as condições de acesso convencionais acima
mencionadas, podem ser admitidos mediante a apresentação de provas em vídeo.
QUE IDADE TENHO DE TER?
As qualificações de ensino oferecidas pela RAD correspondem às qualificações de Educação
Superior do Reino Unido. Os estudantes que seguiram o percurso escolar no Reino Unido
para obter uma qualificação no Ensino Superior terão normalmente 18 anos na altura de
admissão. Contudo, a RAD reconhece que os candidatos possuirão diferentes graus de
maturidade e aprendizagem anterior, independentemente da idade da candidatura e irá avaliar
cada candidatura com base no mérito. Cada candidatura está sujeita a exigências legais das
pessoas responsáveis pela supervisão dos menores em causa.
QUE QUALIFICAÇÃO
IREI OBTER?
Os estudantes bem sucedidos receberão o Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies (Certificado
em Estudos de Ensino de Ballet).
TEREI O ESTATUTO DE
PROFESSOR ASSOCIADO?
Sim.
A QUEM SE DESTINA
ESTE PROGRAMA?
PARA AQUELES QUE
PRETENDEM
Trabalhar como professores de dança a tempo inteiro, utilizando a linguagem da RAD Ensinar
ballet, utilizando os programas de estudos da RAD em todo o mundo Abrir a sua própria
escola Incentivar alunos a realizar exames da RAD.
A próxima secção fornece informação sobre o Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies
(Certificado em Estudos de Ensino de Ballet) nos idiomas em que o programa é ministrado
actualmente.
EM QUE É QUE CONSISTE?
O programa abrange seis módulos, três em cada ano lectivo. Os módulos do ano 1 consistem
em: Conhecer a primeira parte do programa de estudos da RAD, O Dançarino Saudável;
Planeamento para um Ensino Eficaz Os módulos do ano 2 consistem em: Conhecer a segunda
parte do programa de estudos da RAD, Ensino Prático; O Professor de Dança Freelance.
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CERTIFICATO PER L’INSEGNAMENTO DELLA DANZA CLASSICA
CERTIFICATO PER
L’INSEGNAMENTO DELLA
DANZA CLASSICA
PROFILO PROGRAMMA
Inizio
Gennaio 2012
Durata
2 anni parte tempo
Locazione
Nel tuo paese di
origine
Il Certificato per l’Insegnamento della Danza Classica
(CBTS) offre l’opportunità di studiare l’insegnamento della
danza in preparazione ad una carriera professionale.
A completamento del programma sarai in grado di insegnare
danza classica e presentare allievi agli esami RAD in
qualsiasi parte del mondo.
CONTENUTI
Il programma della durata di due anni comprende sei moduli come elencati di seguito:
PRIMO ANNO
Conoscere il Syllabus RAD parte 1 (Gennaio – Aprile)
La salute del ballerino (Aprile – Luglio)
La programmazione per un insegnamento proficuo (Agosto – Ottobre)
Durante il primo anno di studio sarai in grado di incrementare la tua conoscenza e
comprensione del vocabolario di danza RAD, iniziare a capire i principi della progressione
nell’insegnamento ed approfondire i modi per supportare i giovani con diversi livelli
di capacità. Si studieranno anche le più comuni cause di infortuni, l’importanza di un’
alimentazione corretta, della forma e benessere fisici e i modi in cui l’allenamento alla danza
può essere modificato al fine di migliorarne il risultato. La maggior parte di questo verrà
fatto studiando da casa ma il Periodo di Studio Intensivo significa che si avrà l’opportunità
di lavorare a stretto contatto con i Tutor e gli altri studenti del programma.
SECONDO ANNO
Conoscere il Syllabus RAD parte 2 (Gennaio – Aprile)
insegnamento pratico (Gennaio – Ottobre)
Il danzatore come libero professionista (Aprile – Luglio)
Durante il secondo anno di studio utilizzerai le nozioni acquisite durante l’anno precedente e
imparerai a programmare il tuo insegnamento. Inoltre acquisirai esperienza di insegnamento
(supervisionata da un Tutor) ed imparerai come prepararti ad una carriera da insegnante.
Un secondo periodo di studio intensivo offre un’altra opportunità per dimostrare il syllabus
RAD in modo più consapevole ed accurato.
STRUTTURA DEL
PROGRAMMA
Questo programma è part-time, abilita gli studenti a prepararsi contemporaneamente ai loro
impegni personali e professionali. Il programma inizia a gennaio di ogni anno ed è distribuito
in due anni, suddivisi in tre moduli per ogni anno. Ogni modulo si svolge lungo un periodo
di 10 settimane durante le quali si dovrà studiare un minimo di 20 ore a settimana.
Lingua
La tua lingua
Iscrizioni
1 agosto 2011
per chi deve inviare
un video
1 giugno 2011
Tutti gli studenti sono tenuti a frequentare 2 periodi di studio intensivo della durata di sei
giorni l’uno, uno in ogni anno di studio, solitamente nel paese di residenza.
Nel secondo anno di studio, il programma prevede un modulo di tirocinio pratico che gli
studenti dovranno programmare in una scuola a loro scelta e con l’assistenza di un mentore
approvato dalla Faculty of Education. Tutti i moduli sono supportati dalla guida allo studio
che contiene il materiale chiave, compiti assegnati dal tutor e ulteriori suggerimenti per lo
studio. Agli studenti viene assegnato un tutor per ogni modulo, con il quale avranno contatti
regolari via telefono, e-mail e fax.
Requisiti d’Ammissione
Superamento di
uno dei seguenti
esami RAD:
– Advanced Foundation,
Advanced 1, Advanced 2,
Intermediate, Grado 8.
– Verrà considerato anche un
esame equivalente rilasciato
da una istituzione di danza
riconosciuta.
– I candidati sprovvisti di
qualifica potranno essere
valutati attraverso un filmato
video/dvd.
– I candidati ammessi con esami
Gradi dovranno dimostrare
di essere ad un livello
professionale.
NAZIONE E LINGUA DI
DISTRIBUZIONE
Il programma è attualmente distribuito nei seguenti centri di insegnamento: Australia,
Canada, Germania, Grecia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italia, Giappone, Malesia, Messico,
Nuova Zelanda, Filippine, Portogallo, Singapore, Sud Africa, Spagna, Taiwan, Tailandia,
Inghilterra e Stati Uniti. A volte è possibile che studenti da altri paesi possano studiare in uno
di questi centri; in ogni caso il programma verrà attivato solo se ci sarà un numero sufficiente
di iscritti al programma in quel dato paese. Il programma è distribuito nella prima lingua della
nazione prescelta. Se viene parlata più di una lingua la RAD si riserva il diritto di determinare
la lingua che potrà essere usata. Si prega notare che se la lingua usata non è la tua lingua
madre o scelta per il programma, è tua responsabilità assicurare che sei in grado
di leggere, scrivere e parlare fluentemente nella lingua usata.
VALUTAZIONE
Durante il programma gli studenti dovranno consegnare dei compiti scritti, progetti di lavoro,
ricerche ed altro che verranno valutati, così come verrà valutato l’insegnamento pratico. Gli
studenti verranno inoltre valutati in sessioni pratiche previste dai Seminari di Studio Intensivo.
RICONOSCIMENTO
Il completamento del programma con successo comporta l’assegnazione del certificato per
l’insegnamento della danza classica e della qualifica di insegnante registrato (RTS) della Royal
Academy of Dance.
COME ISCRIVERSI
Gli studenti internazionali dovranno contattare il loro amministratore locale. I dettagli di tutti
gli amministratori nazionali si possono trovare sul retro di questo prospetto.
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CERTIFICADOENBALLETTEACHINGSTUDIES
CERTIFICADOENBALLET
TEACHINGSTUDIES
A SIMPLE VISTA
Comienzo
Enero 2012
Duración
2 años a tiempo
parcial
El Certificado en Ballet Teaching Studies te da la oportunidad
de estudiar preparándote para una carrera profesional como
profesor de Ballet. Una vez que lo completes satisfactoriamente
podrás enseñar ballet y presentar alumnos a los exámenes de
RAD en cualquier parte del mundo.
CONTENIDO
Los dos años del programa comprenden seis módulos como sigue:
AÑO 1
Conociendo el Syllabus RAD Parte 1 (Enero – Abril), El bailarín saludable (Abril – Julio)
Planificación de una enseñanza efectiva (Agosto – Octubre)
En el año 1 tendrá que ampliar su conocimiento y comprensión del vocabulario de ballet RAD,
empezar a comprender los principios de progresión en el aprendizaje y métodos de estudio para
ayudar a los alumnos jóvenes según los diferentes niveles de habilidad. Usted estudiará también
las causas mas comunes de las lesiones, la importancia de una buena nutrición, la puesta en forma
y bienestar, y formas en las que la enseñanza del ballet puede ser modificada o suplementada para
mejorar la representación. La gran parte de lo anterior se hará estudiando desde su casa, pero el
Periodo de Estudio Intensivo (ISP) significa que usted tendrá la oportunidad de trabajar “cara a
cara” con tutores y otros alumnos del programa.
AÑO 2
Conociendo el Syllabus RAD Parte 2 (Enero – Abril), Enseñanza Práctica (Enero – Octubre)
Professor de danza independiente (freelance) (Abril – Julio)
Durante el año 2 trabajará sobre el conocimiento y habilidades. Obtenidas en el año 1 y
aprenderá como planificar su enseñanza. También ganará experiencia en la enseñanza
(que será supervisada Por los tutores) y aprenderá a prepararse para una carrera de Enseñanza.
Un segundo Periodo de Estudio Intensivo le dará otra Oportunidad para demostrar el Syllabus
de RAD con conocimiento y Comprensión.
ENTREGA
Este programa es a tiempo parcial, permitiendo a los alumnos estudiar a la vez que cumplen
con sus obligaciones profesionales y personales. El programa comienza en Enero de cada año y
dura dos años, con tres módulos en cada año. Cada módulo se desarrolla en un periodo de diez
semanas durante el cual usted tendrá que estudiar un mínimo de 20 horas por semana.
Todos los alumnos tendrán que asistir a dos cursos de seis día de duración, Periodos de Estudio
Intensivo en cada año de estudio, normalmente en el país de residencia.
Para el módulo de enseñanza práctica en el año 2, los alumnos tienen que elegir un Lugar de
Enseñanza de Prácticas, en una escuela de danza local con un profesor (mentor) aprobado por la
Facultad de Educación. Todos los módulos comprenden una guía de estudio que contienen claves
en las materias tratadas, tareas guiadas por el tutor y sugerencias para posterior estudio. Se asigna
un tutor a los alumnos para cada módulo, con el cual tendrán contacto regularmente por teléfono,
email ó fax.
PAÍS E IDIOMA
DE ENTREGA
El programa se ofrece actualmente en los siguientes centros de enseñanza:
Alemania, Australia, Brasil, Canada, España, Filipinas, Grecia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italia,
Japón, Malasia, Méjico, Nueva Zelanda, Portugal, Singapur, Sudáfrica, Taiwan, Tailandia, UK
y USA. Es posible a veces, que algún alumno de estos países estudie en cualquier otro centro; no
obstante en todos los años de programa, solo se ofrecerá el programa si hay un número suficiente
de alumnos interesados en ese país.
El programa se ofrece en el primer idioma del país. Si se hablara mas de un idioma, la RAD
se reserva el derecho a determinar el idioma del programa. Por favor tenga en cuenta que si el
idioma del programa no es su primer idioma, es responsabilidad suya asegurarse de su capacidad
para leer, escribir y hablar con seguridad en dicho idioma.
EVALUACIÓN
Los alumnos tendrán qu enviar ensayos, portfolios, estudios de casos y proyectos, para la
evaluación durante el programa, también, al ser evaluados sobre enseñanza práctica, los alumnos
deberán completar una evaluación práctica como parte del Periodo de Estudio Intensivo.
TITULACIÓN
Cuando el programa se completa satisfactoriamente se concede el Certificado en “Ballet Teaching
Studies” que le conferirá el estatus de Profesor Registrado de la RAD.
COMO MATRICULARSE
Los alumnos del Reino Unido deben contactar con: Admissions Officer, The Registry, Faculty
of Education, Royal Academy of Dance, 36 Battersea Square, London SW11 3RA
tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8086
fax: +44 (0)20 7326 8040
e-mail: [email protected]
Lugar
En su propio
domicilio
Idioma
El suyo
Matrícula
1 Agosto 2011
Para los que envían
video 1 Junio 2011
Requisitos de entrada
Cualquiera de los
siguientes exámenes
de RAD:
– Advanced Foundation,
Advanced 1, Advanced 2,
Intermediate, Grado 8, o
cualquier otro examen.
– Equivalente de otra
organización reconocida en la
enseñanza de danza.
– Los aspirantes que no posean
ninguna calificación formal
pueden ser considerados si
envían un video/DVD.
– Los candidatos admitidos
con una calificación de
Grados (G-8) deben estar
seguros de que son capaces de
demostrar fisicamente un nivel
equivalente al de los exámenes
Vocacionales de la RAD.
Los alumnos de cualquier otro país deberán contactar con su Administrador Nacional para que
les aconseje sobre el programa y el proceso de matrícula. Los nombres y detalles de contacto de
todos los Administradores Nacionales de la RAD, se pueden encontrar en el reverso de este folleto.
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ΠΙΣΤΟΠΟΙΗΤΙΚΟ ΣΠΟΥΔΩΝ ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΙΑΣ ΜΠΑΛΕΤΟΥ
ΠΙΣΤΟΠΟΙΗΤΙΚΟ
ΣΠΟΥΔΩΝ ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΙΑΣ
ΜΠΑΛΕΤΟΥ
Το Πιστοποιητικό Σπουδών ∆ιδασκαλίας
Έναρξη
Μπαλέτου σας δίνει την ευκαιρία να σπουδάσετε
Ιανουάριος 2012 τη διδασκαλία του µπαλέτου ως προετοιµασία
Διάρκεια
για την επαγγελµατική σας σταδιοδροµία. Με την
2 έτη μερικής
επιτυχή ολοκλήρωση του προγράµµατος, θα είστε
παρακολούθησης σε θέση να διδάξετε µπαλέτο και να προετοιµάσετε
Τοποθεσία
και να παρουσιάσετε σπουδαστές για τις εξετάσεις
Στο σπίτι
της RAD οπουδήποτε στον κόσµο.
σας στη χώρα
Απαιτήσεις εισαγωγής
διαμονής σας
Μία από τις ακόλουθες εξετάσεις της Βασιλικής Ακαδημίας Χορού: Advanced Foundation,
εμπειρία (υπό την εποπτεία καθηγητών) και θα μάθετε πώς να προετοιμαστείτε για
τη σταδιοδρομία σας ως δάσκαλος. Μια δεύτερη Περίοδος Εντατικής Μελέτης σας
προσφέρει άλλη μια ευκαιρία να επιδείξετε την ύλη της RAD με ακρίβεια και κατανόηση.
ΔΙΑΡΚΕΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΡΟΠΟΣ
ΠΑΡΑΔΟΣΗΣ
ΜΕ ΜΙΑ ΜΑΤΙΑ
Γλώσσα
Στη γλώσσα σας
Προθεσμία υποβολής αίτησης
1η Αυγούστου 2011
Για τους υποψήφιους που
υποβάλλουν βίντεο 1η Ιουνίου
2011
Advanced 1, Advanced 2, Intermediate, Grade 8, ή ισοδύναμες εξετάσεις αναγνωρισμένου φορέα
διδασκαλίας χορού.
Οι αιτήσεις εισαγωγής ατόμων χωρίς επίσημα προσόντα μπορούν να εξεταστούν εφόσον
συνοδεύονται από βίντεο/DVD.
Όλοι οι σπουδαστές πρέπει να παρακολουθήσουν δύο Περιόδους Εντατικής Μελέτης
διάρκειας έξι ηµερών, µία σε κάθε έτος σπουδών, συνήθως στη χώρα διαµονή τους.
Για το µάθηµα της Πρακτικής ∆ιδασκαλίας του 2ου έτους, οι σπουδαστές πρέπει
οργανώσουν µια Πρακτική Εξάσκηση ∆ιδασκαλίας σε µια τοπική σχολή χορού µε έναν
καθηγητή (προσωπικό σύµβουλο) εγκεκριµένο από το Τµήµα Εκπαίδευσης.
Κάθε µάθηµα έχει έναν Οδηγό Σπουδών του Μαθήµατος ο οποίος περιλαµβάνει τη
βασική διδακτέα ύλη, εργασίες που θα πραγµατοποιηθούν µε την καθοδήγηση του
επόπτη καθηγητή και προτάσεις για περαιτέρω µελέτη. Για κάθε σπουδαστή ορίζεται
ένας επόπτης καθηγητής για κάθε µάθηµα. Οι σπουδαστές θα έχουν τακτική επαφή µε
τον εν λόγω επόπτη µέσω τηλεφώνου, ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδροµείου ή φαξ.
ΧΩΡΑ ΚΑΙ ΓΛΩΣΣΑ
ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΙΑΣ
Οι υποψήφιοι που θα γίνουν δεκτοί με εξετάσεις διαβάθμισης θα πρέπει να διασφαλίσουν ότι
μπορούν να κάνουν μια επίδειξη η οποία θα έχει επίπεδο ισοδύναμο με το επίπεδο των εξετάσεων
Επαγγελματικής Διαβάθμισης.
2ο ΕΤΟΣ
KNOWING THE RAD SYLLABUS PART 1 (ΕΙΣΑΓΩΓΗ ΣΤΗ ΔΙΔΑΚΤΕΑ ΥΛΗ ΤΗΣ RAD
ΜΈΡΟΣ 1) (ΙΑΝΟΥΑΡΙΟΣ – ΑΠΡΙΛΙΟΣ)
THE HEALTHY DANCER (Ο ΥΓΙΗΣ ΧΟΡΕΥΤΗΣ) (ΑΠΡΙΛΙΟΣ – ΙΟΥΛΙΟΣ)
PLANNING FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING (ΣΧΕΔΙΑΣΜΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΑΠΟΤΕΛΕΣΜΑΤΙΚΗΣ
ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΙΑΣ) (ΑΥΓΟΥΣΤΟΣ – ΟΚΤΩΒΡΙΟΣ)
Στο 1ο έτος, θα μπορέσετε να αυξήσετε τις γνώσεις σας και να καταλάβετε καλύτερα το λεξιλόγιο
μπαλέτου της RAD, θα αρχίσετε να αντιλαμβάνεστε τις αρχές της προόδου της μάθησης και θα
μελετήσετε τους τρόπους με τους οποίους μπορείτε να βοηθήσετε νέους με διαφορετικά επίπεδα
ικανότητας. Επίσης, θα μελετήσετε τις συνηθέστερες αιτίες τραυματισμού, τη σημασία της
καλής διατροφής, της καλής σωματικής κατάστασης και της ευεξίας, καθώς και τρόπους με τους
οποίους μπορεί να τροποποιηθεί ή να συμπληρωθεί η διδασκαλία του μπαλέτου προκειμένου να
βελτιωθεί η χορευτική απόδοση. Πολλά από αυτά θα τα μάθετε διαβάζοντας στο σπίτι σας, αλλά
με την Περίοδο Εντατικής Μελέτης θα έχετε την ευκαιρία να δουλέψετε μαζί με καθηγητές και
άλλους σπουδαστές του προγράμματος.
KNOWING THE RAD SYLLABUS PART 2 (ΕΙΣΑΓΩΓΗ ΣΤΗ ΔΙΔΑΚΤΕΑ ΥΛΗ ΤΗΣ RAD
ΜΕΡΟΣ 2) (ΙΑΝΟΥΑΡΙΟΣ – ΑΠΡΙΛΙΟΣ)
PRACTICAL TEACHING (ΠΡΑΚΤΙΚΗ ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΙΑ) (ΙΑΝΟΥΑΡΙΟΣ – ΟΚΤΩΒΡΙΟΣ)
THE FREELANCE DANCE TEACHER (Ο ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΟΣ ΕΠΑΓΓΕΛΜΑΤΙΑΣ ΔΑΣΚΑΛΟΣ
ΧΟΡΟΥ) (ΑΠΡΙΛΙΟΣ – ΙΟΥΛΙΟΣ)
Το 2ο έτος, θα ενισχύσετε τις γνώσεις και τις δεξιότητες που αποκτήσατε στο 1ο έτος
και θα μάθετε πώς να σχεδιάζετε το μάθημά σας. Επίσης, θα αποκτήσετε διδακτική
Το πρόγραµµα προσφέρεται επί του παρόντος στα ακόλουθα κέντρα διδασκαλίας: Αυστραλία,
Γερµανία, Ελλάδα, Ηνωµένο Βασίλειο, ΗΠΑ, Ιαπωνία, Ινδονησία, Ισπανία, Ιταλία, Καναδά,
Μαλαισία, Μεξικό, Νέα Ζηλανδία, Νότια Αφρική, Πορτογαλία, Σιγκαπούρη, Ταϊβάν,
Ταϊλάνδη, Φιλιππίνες και Χονγκ Κονγκ. Ενίοτε είναι δυνατόν σπουδαστές από άλλες χώρες
να σπουδάσουν σε ένα από αυτά τα κέντρα, ωστόσο, το πρόγραµµα θα λειτουργεί µόνο εάν
εισαχθεί ικανοποιητικός αριθµός ατόµων στην εν λόγω χώρα.
Το πρόγραµµα προσφέρεται στην πρώτη επίσηµη γλώσσα της χώρας όπου βρίσκεται το
κέντρο διδασκαλίας. Εάν οµιλούνται περισσότερες από µία γλώσσες, η RAD διατηρεί το
δικαίωµα να καθορίσει τη γλώσσα διδασκαλίας. Επισηµαίνεται ότι εάν η γλώσσα παράδοσης
δεν είναι η πρώτη σας γλώσσα, αποτελεί δική σας ευθύνη να φροντίσετε ότι είστε σε θέση να
διαβάζετε, να γράφετε και να µιλάτε καλά την εν λόγω γλώσσα.
ΠΕΡΙΕΧOΜΕΝΟ
ΤΟ ΔΙΕΤΕΣ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ ΑΠΟΤΕΛΕΙΤΑΙ ΑΠΟ ΤΑ ΕΞΗΣ 6 ΜΑΘΗΜΑΤΑ:
1ο ΕΤΟΣ
Αυτό το πρόγραμμα είναι μερικής παρακολούθησης, δίδοντας τη δυνατότητα στους
σπουδαστές να σπουδάσουν παράλληλα με τις προσωπικές και επαγγελματικές τους
υποχρεώσεις. Το πρόγραμμα ξεκινά τον Ιανουάριο κάθε έτους και διαρκεί δύο έτη, με
τρία μαθήματα σε κάθε έτος σπουδών. Κάθε μάθημα προσφέρεται εντός περιόδου δέκα
εβδομάδων κατά τη διάρκεια των οποίων θα πρέπει να υπολογίζετε ότι θα διαβάζετε
τουλάχιστον για 20 ώρες την εβδομάδα.
ΑΞΙΟΛΟΓΗΣΗ
Κατά τη διάρκεια του προγράµµατος οι σπουδαστές υποβάλουν εκθέσεις,, µελέτες
περιπτώσεων και εργασίες προς αξιολόγηση, ενώ αξιολογούνται παράλληλα και στην
Πρακτική ∆ιδασκαλία. Οι σπουδαστές υποβάλλονται επίσης σε µια πρακτική αξιολόγηση στο
πλαίσιο της Περιόδου Εντατικής Μελέτης.
ΤΙΤΛΟΣ
Η επιτυχής ολοκλήρωση του προγράµµατος οδηγεί στην απονοµή του Πιστοποιητικού
Σπουδών ∆ιδασκαλίας Μπαλέτου και τη δυνατότητα αίτησης για το Καθεστώς Εγγεγραµµένου
Καθηγητή (RTS) της Βασιλικής Ακαδηµίας Χορού.
ΤΡΟΠΟΣ ΥΠΟΒΟΛΗΣ
Οι βρετανοί υποψήφιοι θα πρέπει να επικοινωνήσουν µε τον:
Admissions Officer, The Registry, Faculty of Education, Royal Academy of Dance, 36 Battersea
Square, London SW11 3RA.
Τηλ
+44 (0)20 7326 8086
e-mail [email protected]
φαξ
+44 (0)20 7326 8040
Οι ξένοι σπουδαστές θα πρέπει να επικοινωνήσουν µε τον Εθνικό Συντονιστή τους για
πληροφορίες σχετικά µε το πρόγραµµα και τη διαδικασία υποβολής αιτήσεων. Τα ονόµατα
και τα στοιχεία επικοινωνίας όλων των Εθνικών Συντονιστών της RAD µπορείτε να βρείτε στο
πίσω µέρος του παρόντος φυλλαδίου.
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CERTIFICATEINBALLETTEACHINGSTUDIES
CERTIFICATEINBALLET
TEACHINGSTUDIES
AUF EINEN BLICK
Studienbeginn
Januar 2012
Dauer
2 Jahre
(Teilzeitstudium)
Ort
Wohnsitz des
Studenten
Sprache
Sprache am
Wohnsitz des
Studenten
Das Programm wird zur Zeit in Australien, Spanien,
Italien, Deutschland, Japan, Griechenland/Zypern,
Portugal, Hong Kong, Südafrika, einer Gruppe von Ländern
(Philippinen, Indonesien, Malaysia, Singapur
und Thailand), in den USA zusammen mit Kanada
und in Belgien, den Niederlanden und Luxemburg
zusammen mit dem Vereinigten Königreich durchgeführt.
Der Studiengang ist auf diejenigen zugeschnitten, die den
Status „Registrierter Lehrer der Royal Academy of Dance“
erwerben möchten, und wird in der Sprache des Landes
durchgeführt, in dem der Student wohnt.
Bewerbungsschluss
1. August 2011
Bewerbungen mit Video
1. Juni 2011
WORIN BESTEHT DAS
PROGRAMM?
WIE WIRD DAS PROGRAMM
DURCHGEFÜHRT?
WIE LANGE DAUERT DAS
PROGRAMM?
Zwei Jahre, Teilzeit.
IN WELCHER SPRACHE
WIRD DER STUDIENGANG
ABSOLVIERT?
Das Programm wird in der Sprache des Landes durchgeführt, in dem der Student wohnt.
Falls die Sprache, in der der Studiengang durchgeführt wird, nicht die Muttersprache des
Studierenden ist, so liegt es in dessen Verantwortung sicherzustellen, dass er/sie in der
Studiensprache kompetent lesen, schreiben und sprechen kann.
WIE SIEHT DIE
BEWERTUNG AUS?
Die Bewertung erfolgt durch praktischen Unterricht, Fallstudien, Projekte, Portfolios und
schriftliche Arbeiten.
WELCHE
ZUGANGSVORAUSSETZUNGEN SIND ZU
ERFÜLLEN?
STANDARDZUGANGSQUALIFIKATIONEN
Der Zugang zum Programm entspricht dem „Level 3“ des „National Qualifications
Framework“ des Vereinigten Königreichs und beinhaltet die RAD – oder gleichwertige
Ballettprüfungen der folgenden Vocational Graded-und Graded-Prüfungsstufen: Advanced
Foundation, Advanced 1, Advanced 2, sowie Intermediate. RAD Grade 8* wird ebenfalls
berücksichtigt.
*Studenten, welche in das CBTS-Programm aufgenommen werden, müssen über ein
sicheres und zuverlässiges Niveau in der Tanzdarbietung verfügen, damit sichergestellt ist,
dass ihre eigene Demonstration im praktischen Unterricht ein ausreichend hohes Niveau
hat. Kandidaten, welche sich mit Kenntnissen und Fähigkeiten, welche eher einer Gradeddenn einer Vocational Graded-Stufe entsprechen, bewerben, sollten sicherstellen, dass sie
zur Demonstration auf einem Niveau fähig sind, das dem „Level 3“ der Vocational GradedPrüfungen entspricht.
ANDERE
ZUGANGSQUALIFIKATIONEN
Bewerber für das Programm, welche die oben aufgeführten Standardzugangsvoraussetzungen
nicht erfüllen, können nach Einreichung eines Videos berücksichtigt werden.
WELCHES ALTER SOLLTEN
BEWERBER HABEN?
Die Lehrerausbildungen, die von der RAD angeboten werden, entprechen dem Standard der
Höheren Bildung im Vereinigten Königreich. Studenten, die die Zugangsvoraussetzungen zur
Höheren Bildung im Vereinigten Königreich erworben haben, sind daher zum Zeitpunkt der
Aufnahme in die Studiengänge in der Regel 18 Jahre alt.
Die Royal Academy of Dance ist eine der weltweit größten und einflussreichsten Tanzunterricht- und
Tanzausbildungsorganisationen. Wir bieten eine Reihe von Studienprogrammen an, die unseren
Absolventen größtmögliche Chancen auf dem Arbeitsmarkt eröffnen. Wir konzentrieren uns daher
auf die Ausbildung und Schulung von Tanzlehrern, die einen bedeutenden Beitrag zum Tanz und zur
Tanzausbildung in den Bereichen Kultur, Bildung und Freizeit leisten werden. Der folgende Abschnitt
informiert über das Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies in den Sprachen, in denen der Studiengang
zur Zeit angeboten wird.
Der Studiengang umfasst sechs Module, drei pro Studienjahr.
1. Studienjahr Modul-Themen:
Der RAD-Lehrplan Teil 1, Der gesunde Tänzer; Planen für effektives Unterrichten
2. Studienjahr Modul-Themen:
Der RAD-Lehrplan Teil 2, Praktischer Unterricht; Der freischaffende Tanzlehrer.
Der Studiengang wird in Form eines zweijährigen Fernstudiums in Teilzeit durchgeführt.
Studienbeginn ist jeweils im Januar.
Für jedes Modul gibt es einen speziell für das Modul ausgearbeiteten Studienführer,
der Quellenmaterial, vom Tutor betreute Aufgaben und Anregungen für vertiefende
Studien beinhaltet.
Die RAD ist sich bewusst, dass sich Bewerber zum Zeitpunkt der Bewerbung
in unterschiedlichen Lebensphasen befinden und unterschiedliche Vorkenntnisse mitbringen.
Jede Bewerbung wird aufgrund ihrer individuellen Leistungen hin bewertet, unter
Berücksichtigung der gesetzlichen Vorschriften für Personen, die mit der Betreuung von
Kindern betraut sind.
WELCHER ABSCHLUSS
STEHT AM STUDIENENDE?
Den erfolgreichen Studenten wird das Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies verliehen.
BERECHTIGT DER
ERFOLGREICHE
ABSCHLUSS ZUM STATUS
„REGISTRIERTER LEHRER
DER RAD“?
Ja.
FÜR WEN IST DAS
PROGRAMM GEDACHT?
FÜR ALLE, DIE:
– als freischaffender Tanzlehrer arbeiten und dabei den RAD-Lehrplan unterrichten wollen
– weltweit Ballett unterrichten und dabei den RAD-Lehrplan benutzen wollen
– ihre eigene Schule aufmachen wollen
– Kandidaten zu RAD-Prüfungen anmelden möchten
Jeder Student absolviert im zweiten Studienjahr ein Unterrichtspraktikum, für das er/sie
sich um einen unter Aufsicht eines Mentors stehenden Lehrpraktikumsplatz kümmern muss.
Die Praktikumsstelle und der Mentor bedürfen der Bestätigung durch die Faculty of Education
der RAD. Studenten sind verpflichtet einmal pro Jahr an einer sechstägigen IntensivStudienwoche in dem Land, in dem die Studierenden ihren Wohnsitz haben, teilzunehmen.
Für jedes Modul steht jedem Studenten ein von der Faculty of Education verpflichteter Tutor
zur Verfügung. Die Betreuung durch den Tutor erfolgt per Email, Fax oder Telefon.
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バレエ教授法資格
バレエ教授法資格
概要
コース開始
1月
コース期間
パートタイムで
2年間
場所
居住国
このコースは、現在、オーストラリア、スペイン、イタリア、ドイ
ツ、日本、ギリシャ/キプロス、ポルトガル、香港、南アフリカ、
諸島地域(フィリピン、インドネシア、マレーシア、シンガポー
ル、タイ)、米国/カナダ(カナダを拠点とする)、ベルギー/オラ
ンダ/ルクセンブルグ/英国(英国を拠点とする)
で開かれていま
す。コースはロイヤルアカデミーオブダンスの認定講師の資格
取得を希望する人向けで、受講生の居住国における第一言語
で行われます。
言語
居住国での
言語
応募期限
8月1日
ビデオによる応
募の提出期限
は6月1日
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ロイヤルアカデミーオブダンスは、世界でもっとも規模が大きく、影響力のあるダンス教
育 • 研修組織のひとつです。
本アカデミーの多様な学習コースは、修了後の就職の可能性を最大限に引き伸ばします。
そのため、コースでは、芸術、教育、レジャー産業でのダンスとダンス教育に大きく貢献
するダンス教師の教育と研修に力を注いでいます。
次のセクションでは、現在コースが開かれている言語でのCertificate in Ballet Teaching
Studiesの情報を示します。
コース内容
コースは6つのモジュールから構成され、各年に3つジュールを学習します。
1年目の学習内容:RAD講義内容第1部の知識、ダンサーの健康、効率的な指導計画
2年目の学習内容:RAD講義内容第2部の知識、実地指導、フリーランスダンス教師
学習方法
コースはパートタイムの通信教育として2年間で学習し、1月に開講します。
各モジュールには、資料、チューターの指導によるタスク、より高度な学習の提案などを含
む、特別に考案されたモジュール学習ガイドが設定されています。
2年目に実地指導研修を受ける際には、指導者の指定された実地指導の配属が必要とな
ります。配属と指導者は、
ロンドンRAD本校の教育学部での承認を必要とします。
毎年、受講生は、居住国で行われる6日間の集中学習期間に参加する必要があります。
各モジュールについて、受講生には教育学部から指定されたチューターがつきます。
チュー夕による指導は電子メール、ファックス、電話を通して行われます。
学習に使用する言語
コースは、受講生の居住国における第一言語で行われます。実施言語が受講生の第一言
語でない場合、その言語での読み書き、会話能力があることは受講生の責任となります。
評価方法
実地指導、ケーススタディ、プロジェクト、ボー卜フォリオ、論文が評価の対象となります。
受講資格
標準受講資格
コースへの登録は英国資格指標のレベル3に相当し、RADバレエまたは次のバレエ
のVocational GradedおよびGradedの試験に相当します。Advanced Foundation,
Advanced 1 および 2、Grade 8* RAD Intermediate も考慮
*実地指導に必要なハイレベルのデモンス卜レーションを保証するため、CBTSコースに採
用されるには、自信に満ち、確実なパフォーマンスのレベルが受講生には必要とされる。
Vocational Gradedのスキルおよび能力以外のグレードを提示する受験者は、Vocational
Gradedレベル3の試験内容にき記述されているレベルのデモンス卜レーシヨンができる能
力を有すること。
標準外受講資格
上記の標準受講資格を満たさない応募者は、ビデオを提出することによりコースへの受
け入れ検討が可能です。
応募年齢
RADによる教師資格は英国の高等教育標準に従います。そのため、英国での高等教育資
格に従う受講生の入学年齢は通常18歳です。ただし、応募者の成熟段階や、学歴は年齢
に関係ない場合があるため、RADでは児童の監督責任に関する法的な要請に従いつつ、
各応募者の受け入れを決定します。
取得可能な資格
コースを修了した受講生にはCertificate in Ballet Teaching Studiesが与えられます。
認定教師の資格
与えられます。
コース対象者
以下を希望する人:
RADの講義内容を使用するフリーランスのダンス教師になること
世界各国でRADの講義内容を使用してバレエを教えること
個人のスタジオを開くこと
RAD試験を生徒に受けさせること
応募方法
英国の受験者は、RAD本校の登録課にて申し込みます。英国外からの応募者は、まず各
国の管理者にお申し込みください。連絡先は61ページをご覧ください。
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STUDYING FROM YOUR HOME, IN YOUR OWN LANGUAGE
芭蕾教学课程证书
芭蕾教学课程证书
英国皇家舞蹈学院是全球最大和最具影响力的舞蹈教育和培训机构。
我们提供各种学习课程,将为我们的毕业生创造最大的就业机会。因此,我们注重教导
和培训舞蹈教师,他们将为艺术、教育和娱乐行业的舞蹈和舞蹈教学做出重要贡献。
以下部分提供芭蕾教学课程的证书信息,以及这门课程目前提供的教学语言。
课程结构是怎样?
该课程由6部分组成,每学年学习三个部分。
第1年学习的部分:本学院课程提纲第1部分(RAD Syllabus Part 1),健康舞蹈者
(The Healthy Dancer);有效教学计划 (Planning for Effective Teaching)
第2年学习的部分:本学院课程提纲第2部分(RAD Syllabus Part 2),实用教学
(Practical Teaching);自由舞蹈教师(The Freelance Dance Teacher)。
如何学习课程?
该课程在业余时间教授,从每年的1月开始,共两年远程学习。
每一部分都有特定的学习指导(Module Study Guide),包括材料来源、导师指导作业和
进一步学习建议。
在第2学年,每位学生进行实际教学实践,要求学生开展一项由导师指导的实际教学任
务(Practical Teaching Placement)。教学任务和导师均须经本学院伦敦总部的教育
学院认可。
每年要求学生在其居住国参加为期6天的强化学习阶段(Intensive Study Periods)。
对于每个学习部分,每位学生均有教育学院指定的导师,通过电子邮件,传真或电话给
予指导。
居住国语言
课程为期多长时间?
2年业余学习
申请:
用什么语言学习?
课程将使用学生居住国的母语教学。如果使用的语言不是学生居住国的母语,学生须负
责确保自己能熟练读、写和说课程所使用的语言。
如何评估学习效果?
通过实际教学、个案研究、项目、代表作选辑和论文进行评估。
入学要求是什么?
入学录取资格
该课程的入学标准相当于英国国家资格体系(UK National Qualifications
Framework)的第3级,包括英国皇家舞蹈学院芭蕾舞或下列职业级别和业余级别的同等
芭蕾舞考级:
专业初级(Advanced Foundation),
专业1级和2级(Advanced 1 and 2),
业余8级(Grade 8)*
英国皇家舞蹈学院中级(RAD Intermediate)也会被考虑
*为保证实际教学达到足够高的水平,要求招收的CBTS课程学生必须达到其所保证的表
现水平。用级别而不是专业级别技能来确认候选人,将保证他们能达到3级专业考试所
要求的表演水平。
非标准入学资格
申请该课程的学生如果没有达到以上所列录取条件,可以考虑提供录像证明。
年龄有什么限制?
英国皇家舞蹈学院提供的教学资格符合英国高等教育标准。因此,接受英国常规教育直
至接受高等教育资格,通常要满18岁才行。但是,本学院认识到申请者处于不同的成长
阶段,可不考虑申请者的年龄而接受提前学习,我们将依据成绩评判每位申请人,并遵
守法律关于个人承担儿童监管责任的规定。
我会得到什么证书?
优秀学生会被授予芭蕾舞教学课程证书
我能得到注册教师资格吗?
是的
这门课程适合谁报读?
适合有如下目标的人士:
成为一名自由舞蹈教师,使用本学院课程大纲进行教学
在世界各国使用本学院课程大纲教芭蕾舞
开设个人舞蹈工作室
培训学生参加本学院的考试
如何申请?
英国学生应通过学院总部教育学院的注册处申请。所有其它申请人则应首先通过面向其
所在国的国家协调管理人申请。请参阅第61页的联系方式。
要点概览
开学 :
1月
学期:
2年业余时间
地点:
学生居住国
该课程目前在澳大利亚、西班牙、意大利、德
国、曰本、希腊/塞浦路斯、葡萄牙、中国香
港、南非、若干亚洲国家(菲律宾、印度尼西
亚、马来西亚、新加坡和泰国)、美国与加拿
大、比利时、荷兰、卢森堡和英国提供教学。
该课程面向希望成为英国皇家学院注册教师的
学生,以学生居住国的母语授课。
语言:
8月1日
6月1日录像
申请
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GENERAL
INFORMATION
Your success
What the external examiners say
How to apply
Fees for entry in 2010/11
Contact us
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GENERALINFORMATION
YOURSUCCESS
GRADUATIONDAY
Our degree graduates enjoy taking part in the official conferment
of awards by the University of Surrey at Guildford Cathedral.
Graduates gaining qualifications awarded by the RAD take part
in a prestigious RAD Awards Day with students from all over
the world. Both ceremonies normally take place in June or July.
GRADUATE DESTINATIONS
Graduates from our programmes are
teaching worldwide in a range of different
dance and educational contexts. Some
of the organisations include:
– Alberta Ballet Company, Canada
– Auckland University of Technology,
New Zealand
– Ballet Black
– Barking Abbey School
– Central School of Ballet, London
– Dagenham Park School
– Ecole Ballet and Dance Theatre, Sydney
– Elmhurst Ballet School
– Hipperholme & Larkcliffe High School,
Halifax
– Kingston University
– Laban
– Lewisham College, London
– London School of Contemporary Dance
– London Studio Centre
– Northern School of Contemporary Dance
– North London Collegiate School
– Northumberland LEA at Blyth
Community College
– Rambert School of Ballet and
Contemporary Dance
– Royal Academy of Dance, London
– Royal Swedish Ballet, Stockholm, Sweden
– Sota School of the Arts, Singapore
– South East Dance Agency
– The Sixth Form College, Farnborough
– Tring Park School for the Performing Arts
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Many graduates have also gone on to
postgraduate study at institutions such as:
– Alvin Ailey School of Dance, New York
– Brunel University, West London
– Middlesex University
– Roehampton University
– University of Chichester
– University of Cologne
– University of Edinburgh
– University of Missouri, Kansas
– University of Surrey
GRADUATE PROFILES
BEN COLE
JADE PRITCHARD
(PGCE:DT 2009)
Having achieved his degree, Ben now works
as a Teacher of Dance at Hendon School in
North London. His role involves implementing
dance into the KS3 Curriculum, introducing
GCSE Dance to KS4 and delivering the Dance
units of BTEC at level 2 and level 3. He has
also recently become the school’s assessor
for Arts Awards.
(LRAD 2009)
After successfully completing her LRAD, Jade
is now teaching ballet at the Janet Marshall
Dance Studios in Cheltenham and working
as a freelance choreographer for shows and
competitions. She has also gone on to complete
her Imperial ballet and modern theatre teaching
qualifications.
JUSTINE BERRY
(BABE 2009)
Holly was one out of 500 applicants to get a
prized job teaching dance, music and drama
for Artis Education. She has also set up her
own dance school and is now busy auditioning
and providing choreography for the musical
‘Hairspray’ with a cast of around 100.
(PDTD 2003)
After graduating Justine taught at the Urdang
Academy and then worked in Italy for a year.
Since returning she has taught at the RAD
Dance School, the London Studio Centre and
Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary
Dance. Justine now tutors for the Academy,
both in the UK and internationally.
HEATHER CAVE
GLORIA GRIGOLATO
(BABE 2009)
Graduating successfully with her degree at the
RAD, Heather is now studying at the prestigious
Alvin Ailey School in New York. She was
offered one of 90 places from 2,000 applicants.
(PDTD 2009)
Following a career as a professional dancer,
Gloria completed the PDTD programme and
is now enjoying teaching at the Elmhurst School
for Dance in Birmingham.
SANDRA MADGWICK
HANNAH FITZGERALD
(PDTD 2009)
Formerly a principal dancer with Birmingham
Royal Ballet, Sandra now runs her own dance
school with 80 students and is also teaching at
Performers College and on the RAD CBTS
module 106. She has also been a guest teacher
for The Mark Morris Dance Company and
Dance East.
(PGCE:DT 2005)
Upon completing her PGCE Hannah taught
for 4 years at the Harris Academy in London
where she went on to become Head of Dance.
She recently joined the academic staff of the
Faculty of Education of the RAD as a Lecturer
of Dance.
HOLLY KENT
JOANNE DE SOUZA
(PDTD 2005)
After completing her PDTD Jo was engaged
as a Junior Conservatoire teacher at Tring Park
School (formerly known as the Arts Educational
School, Tring Park). She now teaches at various
children’s weekend workshops throughout the
UK and is currently the Principal of her own
dance school, the DeSouza Dance Centre.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
WHAT THE EXTERNAL
EXAMINERS SAY
BA (HONS) DANCE EDUCATION
“An impressive feature of
the course is the way in
which students are encouraged
to examine, critically, their
own practice as dancers
and teachers of dance.”
BADE external examiner,
University of Durham
“An exemplary course; well
conceived, organised and
implemented. Outstanding
assessment procedures and
feedback to students.”
External examiner, University of Edinburgh
BA (HONS) BALLET EDUCATION
“Clearly there is total
professional commitment from
tutorial staff, and the teaching
methods employed give students
optimum opportunity to develop
and realise their potential.”
External examiner,
Manchester Metropolitan University
PROFESSIONAL DANCER’S TEACHING
DIPLOMA
“The PDTD course offers an
invaluable learning experience
to professional dancers making
the transition from performing
to teaching or who are already
teaching.”
External examiner, Head of Degree Studies,
Urdang Academy
POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN
EDUCATION: DANCE TEACHING
“I would like to commend
the RAD on a very good
programme which fully prepares
and supports trainee teachers
for their future careers.”
PGCE external examiner,
University College Falmouth
“Key strengths are the high
level of commitment shown
to trainees by all tutors and the
very good support for trainees’
individual needs.”
Ofsted Inspector 2007/2008
“This programme is unique
MASTER OF TEACHING (DANCE)
in content and focus. It is also “The standards achieved
exemplary in its clarity of
compare well with those I see on
structure, assessment procedures, other courses at Masters level.”
and commitment to quality
External examiner, Liverpool John Moores
University
at every level.”
External examiner, Laban
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GENERAL INFORMATION
HOW TO APPLY
HOW TO APPLY
UK STUDENTS SHOULD
CONTACT
Admissions Officer
Registry, Faculty of Education, Royal Academy of Dance,
36 Battersea Square, London SW11 3RA
tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8086
e-mail: [email protected]
fax:
+44 (0)20 7326 8040
www.radeducation.org.uk
INTERNATIONAL
STUDENTS
University-validated programmes of study
An overall score of 7 or more in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
is required, with 7 being gained in the written element of the test. To find out more about
this examination and how to contact your local test centre, please contact the British Council
in your country.
If you have another recently-achieved English language qualification, please check with Registry
to establish acceptability.
International students should contact their National Administrator for advice on the programmes
and the application process. The names and contact details for all RAD National Administrators
can be found on pages 68 –70.
REGISTRY, FACULTY
OF EDUCATION, RAD
RAD-validated programmes of study
An ability to understand and communicate in English is required for all RAD-validated
programmes with the exception of the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies and will be
assessed at audition and interview. The Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies will be delivered
in the first language of your country of residence, subject to there being viable numbers recruited
to the programme in that country. Please note that the RAD retains the right to determine the
language of delivery for the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies in countries where more than
one language is spoken.
Applications for RAD-validated programmes should be made directly to Registry at the Faculty
of Education where staff will be able to help you with any enquiries and send you the relevant
application form.
Applications for our degree programmes and the Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance
Teaching should be made on-line to one of the following:
BA (Hons) Ballet Education
Applications through UCAS should be made online at www.ucas.ac.uk
UCAS Institution Code – R55
UCAS Institution Name – RAD
UCAS Course Code
– W540
BA (Hons) Dance Education
Applications through UCAS should be made online at www.ucas.ac.uk
UCAS Institution Code – R55
UCAS Institution Name – RAD
UCAS Course Code
– W541
DipHE/DE
– W590
CertHE/DE
– W591
Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching
Applications through GTTR should be made online at www.gttr.ac.uk
GTTR Institution Code – R55
GTTR Institution Name – RAD
– W5X1
GTTR Course Code
ACCREDITED PRIOR
LEARNING
The Faculty of Education is keen to recruit students from a wide range of backgrounds. If
you do not hold traditional academic qualifications, but may have prior certified or experiential
learning, which can be credited, you should contact Registry.
VETTING AND BARRING
SCHEME AND CRIMINAL
RECORDS DISCLOSURE
All applicants for programmes of study requiring contact with young people and vulnerable
adults will need to comply with the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 to ensure that they
will not be putting at risk young people or vulnerable adults in their care. For UK residents this
includes registration with the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) for compliance with the
Vetting and Barring Scheme. They will be assessed using data gathered by the Criminal Records
Bureau (CRB), application for which will be made on their behalf by the RAD. Applicants from
other countries will need to provide a satisfactory police check or equivalent from their country
of residence. For more information please contact Registry.
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For students who do not have English as a first language:
AUDITIONS AND
INTERVIEWS
International students applying for a London-based programme who are unable to attend
an audition in London may supply video/DVD and other evidence in place of an audition.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
All students will be required as a condition of enrolment to abide by, and submit to, the
procedures and regulations of the Royal Academy of Dance and, for validated programmes,
the University of Surrey, as amended from time to time. Copies of regulations are available,
on request, from the Registrar. The regulations are issued to each student on enrolment.
AGE
Teaching qualifications offered by the RAD are of UK Higher Education standard. Students
who have followed the UK route to a Higher Education qualification will therefore normally
be 18 years of age on admission. The RAD recognises, however, that applicants will be at
different stages of maturity and prior learning irrespective of age on application and will judge
each application on merit, subject to the legal requirements on individuals charged with the
supervision of children.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
In assessing applicants for admission to programmes of study consideration will be given to the
potential of the applicant to be successful in that programme of study. Entry requirements and
selection criteria will not exclude applicants on grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital
status, religion, socio-economic background, nationality, ethnic origin or disability. It is the
responsibility of the applicant to be confident that they can cope with the physical demands of
the programme. The Faculty of Education will consider each application in a fair, efficient and
transparent manner.
Places on Faculty of Education programmes are limited. Offers will be made to applicants with
the highest academic and/or professional potential.
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FEES FOR ENTRY IN 2010/11
FEES FOR ENTRY IN 2010/11
The following information relates to fees for entry
in September 2010 or January 2011 and is printed
as a guide for students applying for entry in September
2011 or January 2012.
For up-to-date fee information as it becomes available please visit the website:
www.radeducation.org.uk
STUDYING AT THE ROYAL
ACADEMY OF DANCE,
LONDON
MASTER OF TEACHING
(DANCE) – INFORMATION
ON MODULE TUITION FEE
Module Code
MTD401
MTD402
MTD403
MTD404
MTD405
STUDYING FROM YOUR
OWN HOME IN YOUR OWN
LANGUAGE
Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies (UK students)
£4,800 plus £75 registration fee on enrolment.
STUDYING FROM YOUR
OWN HOME (FULL-TIME)
Certificate of Higher Education: Dance Education
£4,660 plus £100 registration fee on enrolment.
Diploma of Higher Education: Dance Education
£4,660 plus £100 registration fee on enrolment.
BA (Hons) Dance Education
£4,660 plus £100 registration fee on enrolment.
BA (Hons) Dance Education
Access Module £540
STUDYING FROM YOUR
OWN HOME (PART-TIME)
FEES AND FUNDING
From 2006/2007 changes were made by the UK government to the fees regime in UK Higher
Education Institutions (HEIs). Primarily, this will mean that subject to the approval of the
government’s Office for Fair Access HEIs will be able to charge a fee of between £1,310 and
£3,290 per year of study for full-time undergraduate programmes to UK/EU students.
The RAD is a charitable organisation with limited support from state funds in specifically defined
areas. It is the policy of the RAD to encourage and support applications from all candidates
regardless of financial concerns. To do so we charge the lowest possible fee for each programme.
By commencing a programme of study at the Royal Academy of Dance students are also
giving an assurance that, to the best of their knowledge and belief, they have sufficient funds
to complete the programme. We realise, however, that circumstances beyond the individual’s
control will often affect ability to meet the costs of the programme. Under these circumstances
we will do all we can to assist individual students. This will be done on the basis of assessed need
and may take the form of a grant or loan.
Where additional funding may be available it is allocated on the basis of assessed ability to
contribute to the programme and need. The RAD will look favourably on candidates who can
demonstrate that they have sought funding from other sources.
Certificate of Higher Education: Dance Education
£4,870 plus £100 registration fee on enrolment.
Diploma of Higher Education: Dance Education
£4,870 plus £100 registration fee on enrolment.
BA (Hons) Dance Education
£4,870 plus £100 registration fee on enrolment.
Master of Teaching (Dance)
£4,125 (full self-funding fee) plus £75 registration fee on enrolment.
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Fee
£675
£675
£675
£750
£1,350
Fees are correct at time of going to press. The RAD reserves the right to vary fees after
publication. Further information is available by contacting Registry or via the Faculty of
Education website.
Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance
£1,600 per module. Discount for students already enrolled on an RAD programme.
Professional Dancer’s Teaching Diploma
£5,500 plus £75 registration fee on enrolment.
Credits
30
30
30
30
60
Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies
International – Fees available from National Administrators and CBTS Information Booklet.
BA (Hons) Ballet Education
UK/EU students: £1,750. International students: £9,550.
A fee of £40 is payable if the applicant is invited to audition for this programme.
Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching with UK Qualified Teacher Status
UK/EU students: £1,750. Fully funded by UK government, plus £4,000 training bursary,
and in addition UK students receive a maintenance grant.
Name
Dance, Education and Research
Dance Pedagogy
Leading Learning
Dance and Inclusive Practice: Disability and SEN
Research Project (with research methodologies)
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CONTACT US
FOR AN
APPLICATION FORM
Registry
Faculty of Education
Royal Academy of Dance
WANT TO FIND
OUT MORE ABOUT...
36 Battersea Square
London SW11 3RA
How to become a Member
tel: +44 (0)845 371 0574
email:
[email protected]
tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: +44 (0)20 7326 8040
Examinations
email: [email protected]
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Teachers’ courses
& student activities
email: [email protected]
tel: +44 (0)845 371 0578
email: [email protected]
Sales
tel: +44 (0)845 371 0579
Visit our websites
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www.benesh.org
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Text by
Carol Martin
Photography
Johnny Carr
Produced by
Lorraine Nicholson
Designed by
L&K Brand
Communications
Printed by
Team Impression
Thank you to all the students, past and present, who contributed to this prospectus by
sharing their views and experiences.
The Master of Teaching (Dance), BA (Hons) Ballet Education, Certificate of Higher
Education: Dance Education, Diploma of Higher Education: Dance Education, BA
(Hons) Dance Education and Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching
programmes lead to an award of the University of Surrey. All students registered for
awards of the University of Surrey are bound by appropriate general regulations of
the University. Students registered for the programmes are issued with copies of those
general regulations of the University which apply to them and are governed by the
University’s appeals procedures prescribed therein. Students who wish to raise any
matter touching upon the relationship of the University and the Royal Academy of
Dance should contact either:
Zofie Fraser
Assistant to the Director
of Education
Royal Academy of Dance
36 Battersea Square
London SW11 3RA
tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8066
fax: +44 (0)20 7326 8040
Mrs J F Challis
Senior Assistant Registrar
(QS – AIs)
Registry
University of Surrey
Guildford
Surrey GU2 7XH
tel: +44 (0)1483 689 254
fax: +44 (0)1483 683 811
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ANDORRA
Mrs Maria José Antón
Royal Academy of Dance SL
Ventura i Gassol 3, 5é-3a
43203 Reus,Tarragona, Spain
tel: (34) 977 34 24 89
fax:(34) 977 34 19 35
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.es
AUSTRALIA
Ms Bronwyn Watkins
Royal Academy of Dance
20 Farrell Avenue, Darlinghurst,
NSW 2010
tel: (61) 2 9331 4111
fax:(61) 2 9360 6677
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.au
AUSTRIA
Herr Horst Vollmer
Royal Academy of Dance gGmbH
Waldenserstr. 2-4
10551 BERLIN
DEUTSCHLAND
tel: +49-(0)30-32 29 93 59/60
fax: +49-(0)30-32 29 93 61
email: [email protected]
www.royalacademyofdance.de
BAHAMAS
Mrs Diane Bernard
PO Box 1433, 8 Rockhampton Drive,
Kingston 8, Jamaica
tel: (001) 876 755 0612
fax:(001) 876 755 0612
email: [email protected]
BAHRAIN
Sonali Deodhar
The British Council, Academic City
Dubai English Speaking College Campus,
PO Box 2002, Dubai,UAE
tel: (971) 4 4259 547
email: [email protected]
ae.britishcouncil.org
BARBADOS
Mrs Diane Bernard
PO Box 1433, 8 Rockhampton Drive,
Kingston 8, Jamaica
tel: (001) 876 755 0612
fax:(001) 876 755 0612
email: [email protected]
BELGIUM
Mrs Jacqueline Spence
Royal Academy of Dance asbl
21 Cité Joseph Bech, L-6186
GONDERANGE, Luxembourg
tel: (352) 787225
fax: (352) 787217
email: [email protected]
BERMUDA
RAD headquarters
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BRUNEI
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BOTSWANA
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 200, Bramley 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
BRAZIL
Mrs Maria do Carmo de Kenny
Royal Academy of Dance S/C Ltda
Rua Duque de Caxis 83, 13930 000 Serra
Negra-SP, Brazil
tel: (55) 193 892 3985
fax: (55) 193 892 3985
email: [email protected]
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ECUADOR
Mrs Maria do Carmo de Kenny
Royal Academy of Dance S/C Ltda
Rua Duque de Caxis 83, 13930 000 Serra
Negra-SP, Brazil
tel: (55) 193 892 3985
fax: (55) 193 892 3985
email: [email protected]
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HONG KONG
Examinations only
Hong Kong Examinations
& Assessment Authority
International & Professional
Examinations Division
17 Tseuk Luk Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon
tel: (852) 3628 8761
fax: (852) 3628 8790
email: [email protected]
CANADA
Mrs Jan Garvey
Royal Academy of Dance
1200 Sheppard Avenue East. Suite 500,
Toronto, Ontario, M2K 2S5
tel: (1) 416 489 2813
fax: (1) 416 489 3222
email: [email protected]
www.radcanada.org
EL SALVADOR
Miss Julieta Navarro
Royal Academy of Dance de Mexico AC,
Amates 18, Fracc alconfores
San Mateo, Naucalpan CP, 53240, Mexico
tel: (52) 55 5560 5355
fax: (52) 55 5373 4069
email: [email protected]
INDIA
RAD Headquarters
tel: 44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: 44 (0)20 7924 3129
email: [email protected]
CHILE
Mrs Maria do Carmo de Kenny
Royal Academy of Dance S/C Ltda
Rua Duque de Caxis 83, 13930 000 Serra
Negra-SP, Brazil
tel: (55) 193 892 3985
fax: (55) 193 892 3985
email: [email protected]
royalacademyofdance.com.br
www.royalacademyofdance.com.br
CHINA (Shanghai only)
RAD Chinese Rep Office
Villa 86 Xin Feng Cheng
1500 Nong Kong Jiang Lu
Shanghai 2000093
Tina Chen (Chief Representative)
Tel: 86 21 6957 6399
Fax: 86 21 6957 6399
[email protected]
Wang Ying (Shanghai & Adjacent
areas)
[email protected]
Shuai Shuai Wang (all other areas)
Ssw.radchina.org
COSTA RICA
Miss Julieta Navarro
Royal Academy of Dance de Mexico AC,
Amates 18, Fracc alconfores
San Mateo, Naucalpan CP
53240, Mexico
tel: (52) 55 5560 5355
fax: (52) 55 5373 4069
email: [email protected]
CYPRUS
Mr George Shantos
19 Vassa Kilaniou, 4771 Limassol
Cyprus
tel: + (357) 99 477 887
fax: +(357) 24 818 351
email: [email protected]
www.rad.com.cy
DENMARK
Catherine Solaas
Tjernes, 1890 Rakkestad, Norway
tel: +47 69 22 10 70
fax: +47 69 22 10 70
Email: [email protected]
no
www.royalacademyofdance.no
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Mrs Diane Bernard
PO Box 1433, 8 Rockhampton
Drive, Kingston 8, Jamaica
tel: (001) 876 755 0612
fax: (001) 876 755 0612
email: [email protected]
FRANCE
Mrs Jacqueline Spence
Royal Academy of Dance asbl
21 Cité Joseph Bech
L-6186 GONDERANGE,
Luxembourg
tel: (352) 787225
fax: (352) 787217
email: [email protected]
GERMANY
Herr Horst Vollmer
Royal Academy of Dance gGmbH
Waldenserstr. 2-4, 10551 BERLIN,
DEUTSCHLAND
tel: +49-(0)30-32 29 93 59/60
fax: +49-(0)30-32 29 93 61
email: [email protected]
www.royalacademyofdance.de
GHANA
RAD headquarters
tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: +44 (0)20 7924 3129
email: [email protected]
GIBRALTAR
Mrs Maria José Antón
Royal Academy of Dance SL
Ventura i Gassol 3, 5é-3a, 43203
Reus,Tarragona, Spain
tel: (34) 977 34 24 89
tel/fax: (34) 977 34 19 35
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.es
GREECE
Mr Vlassis Klitsiotis
The British Council
17 Kolonaki Square, Athens 10673
tel: (30) 210 364 3691
fax: (30) 210 363 0332
email:
[email protected]
GUATEMALA
Miss Julieta Navarro
Royal Academy of Dance de Mexico AC,
Amates 18, Fracc alconfores
San Mateo, Naucalpan CP, 53240, Mexico
tel: (52) 55 5560 5355
fax: (52) 55 5373 4069
email: [email protected]et.mx
HONDURAS
Miss Julieta Navarro
Royal Academy of Dance de Mexico AC,
Amates 18, Fracc alconfores
San Mateo, Naucalpan CP
53240, Mexico
tel: (52) 55 5560 5355
fax: (52) 55 5373 4069
email: [email protected]
INDONESIA
Mrs Lala Salendu
Yayasan Royal Academy of Dance Indonesia,
Jl.Angur III no: 1 Cipete
Jakarta Selatan 12410
tel: (62) 21 75909363
fax: (62) 21 75909370
email: [email protected]
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Beverley Dinsmore
Royal Academy of Dance
Holly Lodge, Pidgeon House Lane
Julianstown, Co Meath, Ireland
tel: (353) 419 811 915
email: [email protected]
ISRAEL
Maya Shoham
Simtat Hayakinton 4B
Pardes-Hanna, Israel
tel: (050) 779 6439
[email protected]
ITALY
Mrs Maria Pia de Luca
Royal Academy of Dance Srl
Via Vannetti 12, 38122 Trento
tel: (39) 0461 985 055
fax: (39) 0461 985 054
email: [email protected]
www.raditaly.it
JAMAICA
Mrs Diane Bernard
PO Box 1433, 8 Rockhampton Drive,
Kingston 8
tel: (001) 876 755 0612
fax:(001) 876 755 0612
email: [email protected]
JAPAN
Noriko Kobayashi
Royal Academy of Dance
Commerce Building 5F, 2-39-3 Mejiro,
Toshima-Ku Tokyo 171-0031
tel: (81) 3 3987 3750
fax: (81) 3 3987 3649
email: [email protected] /
[email protected]
KENYA
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 200, Bramley 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
SOUTH KOREA
Mrs Hyun Joo Ham
# 1703 Artnouveau Palace, 7-1 Songpa
Dong, Songpa Gu, Seoul 138-848, Korea
tel: (82) 2 532 1910
fax: (82) 2 593 1910
email: [email protected]
www.radkorea.org
LEBANON
RAD Headquarters
tel: 44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: 44 (0)20 7924 3129
email: [email protected]
LESOTHO
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 200, Bramley 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
LUXEMBOURG
Mrs Jacqueline Spence
Royal Academy of Dance asbl
21 Cité Joseph Bech, L-6186
GONDERANGE, Luxembourg
tel: (352) 787225
fax: (352) 787217
email: [email protected]
MACAU
RAD Headquarters
tel: 44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: 44 (0)20 7924 3129
email: [email protected]
MALAYSIA
Mrs Zafriah Ahmad
RAD Dancing (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
PO Box 8344 Kelana Jaya
46788 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
tel: (60) 3 6259 4641
fax: (60) 3 6259 1648
email: [email protected]
MALTA
Ms Sandra Mifsud
8 Guze Ellul Mercer Street
SLM1281, Sliema, Malta
tel: (356) 7993 8584
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.mt
MAURITIUS
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 200, Bramley 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
MEXICO
Miss Julieta Navarro
Royal Academy of Dance de Mexico AC,
Amates 18, Fracc alconfores
San Mateo, Naucalpan CP, 53240, Mexico
tel: (52) 55 5560 5355
fax: (52) 55 5373 4069
email: [email protected]
MUSCAT AND OMAN
Sonali Deodhar
The British Council, Academic City
Dubai English Speaking College Campus,
PO Box 2002
Dubai, UAE
tel: (971) 4 4259 547
email:
[email protected]
NAMIBIA
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 200, Bramley 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
NETHERLANDS
Mrs Jacqueline Spence
Royal Academy of Dance asbl
21 Cité Joseph Bech, L-6186
GONDERANGE, Luxembourg
tel: (352) 787 225
fax: (352) 787 217
email: [email protected]
NEW ZEALAND
Mrs Janet Taylor
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 11718, Manners Street
Wellington, 6142, New Zealand
tel: (64) 4 382 8924
fax: (64) 4 382 8200
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.nz
NORWAY
Catherine Solaas
Tjernes, 1890 Rakkestad, Norway
tel: +47 69 22 10 70
fax: +47 69 22 10 70
email:
[email protected]
www.royalacademyofdance.no
PANAMA
Miss Julieta Navarro
Royal Academy of Dance de Mexico AC,
Amates 18, Fracc alconfores
San Mateo, Naucalpan CP, 53240, Mexico
tel: (52) 55 5560 5355
fax: (52) 55 5373 4069
email: [email protected]
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Ms Bronwyn Watkins
Royal Academy of Dance
20 Farell Avenue, Darlinghurst,
NSW 2010
tel: (61) 2 9331 4111
fax: (61) 2 9360 6677
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.au
PERU
Mrs Maria do Carmo de Kenny
Royal Academy of Dance S/C Ltda
Rua Duque de Caxis 83, 13930 000 Serra
Negra-SP, Brazil
tel: (55) 193 892 3985
fax: (55) 193 892 3985
email: [email protected]
royalacademyofdance.com.br
www.royalacademyofdance.com.br
PHILIPPINES
Aileen Ruzano
The British Council, 10th Floor, Taipan
Place, F. Ortigas Jn Road (formerly) Emerald
Avenue, Ortigas Centre, PASIG CITY
PHILIPPINES
tel: 00 63 2 914 1011 - 14
fax: 00 63 2 637 3231
e mail:
[email protected]
www.britishcouncil.org.ph
PORTUGAL
Mrs Margarida Sa Fialho
Royal Academy of Dance
Rua 4 Infantaria 86, 1350-241 Lisboa
tel: (351) 21 383 1849
fax: (351) 21 383 1849
email: [email protected]
QATAR
Sonali Deodhar
The British Council, Academic City,
Dubai English Speaking College Campus,
PO Box 2002, Dubai, UAE
tel: (971) 4 4259 547
email: [email protected]
ae.britishcouncil.org
ST LUCIA
Mrs Diane Bernard
PO Box 1433, 8 Rockhampton Drive,
Kingston 8, Jamaica
tel: (001) 876 755 0612
fax:(001) 876 755 0612
email: [email protected]
SINGAPORE
Mrs Mona Lim
Royal Academy of Dance Singapore
Pte Ltd, Farrer Road Post Office
PO Box 106, Singapore 912804
tel: (65) 6762 8993
fax: (65) 6762 4031
email: [email protected]
www.rad.sg
SLOVENIA
RAD Headquarters
tel: 44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: 44 (0)20 7924 3129
email: [email protected]
SOUTH AFRICA
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance, PO Box 200,
Bramley 2018, Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
SPAIN
Mrs Maria José Antón
Royal Academy of Dance SL
Ventura i Gassol 3, 5é-3a, 43203
Reus,Tarragona, Spain
tel: (34) 977 34 24 89
tel/fax: (34) 977 34 19 35
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.es
SRI LANKA
Mrs Ranmali Mirchandani
The British Council, 49 Alfred House
Gardens, Colombo, 0030
tel: (94) 11 452 1538
fax: (94) 11 258 7079
email: [email protected]
britishcouncil.org
SWAZILAND
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 200, Bramley 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
SWITZERLAND
Mr Peter Von Gunten
Royal Academy of Dance
Stapferstrasse 19, CH-8615
Wermstswil
tel: (41) 1 941 7744
fax: (41) 1 941 1444
email: [email protected]
SWEDEN
Catherine Solaas
Tjernes, 1890 Rakkestad
Norway
tel: +47 69 22 10 70
fax: +47 69 22 10 70
email:
[email protected]
www.royalacademyofdance.no
SYRIA
RAD Headquarters
tel: 44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: 44 (0)20 7924 3129
email: [email protected]
TAIWAN
Ms Shu-Yu Lin
5F, No 122, Sect 7 Chung Shan N. Road,
Taipei
tel: (886) 22 871 5615
fax: (886) 22 874 7783
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.tw
THAILAND
Mr Glenn van der Hoff
Royal Acadmey of Dance
121/12 Moo 10, Chiangmai - Hangdong
Road, Tambon: Pae Dad
Ampur: Muang, Chaingmai 50100
Tel: (66) 53 016 110
Email: [email protected]
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
Mrs Diane Bernard
PO Box 1433, 8 Rockhampton Drive,
Kingston 8, Jamaica
tel: (001) 876 755 0612
fax:(001) 876 755 0612
email: [email protected]
TURKEY
Fatma Sahin
The British Council
Maya Akar Centre , No 100 - 101 Buyudere
Cad, Esentepe 80280
Istanbul
tel: 90 212 355 5664
fax: 90 212 355 5659
email: [email protected]
org.tr
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Sonali Deodhar
The British Council, Academic City
Dubai English Speaking College Campus,
PO Box 2002, Dubai
tel: (971) 4 4259 547
email: [email protected]
ae.britishcouncil.org
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA
Mrs Patti Ashby
Royal Academy of Dance
1412 17th Street, Suite#259
Bakersfield, CA 93301 California
tel: +1 661 336 0160/61
fax: +1 661 336 0162
email: [email protected]
www.radusa.org
ZIMBABWE
Mrs Olivia Lume
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 200, Bramley 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa
tel: (27) 11 887 0459
fax: (27) 11 887 0561
email: [email protected]
www.rad.org.za
www.radeducation.org.uk
ROYAL ACADEMY
OF DANCE
Faculty of Education
36 Battersea Square
London SW11 3RA
tel: +44 (0)20 7326 8000
fax: +44 (0)20 7326 8040
email: [email protected]
www.radeducation.org.uk
www.rad.org.uk

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