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I'm a dancer, and my greatest achievement is touring to America to take part in a one week intensive dance workshop in Los Angeles. Whilst I was over there, I had the opportunity to perform at Disney Land in a 15 minute show with my dance group, and perform in front of major talent agencies. It was an amazing and memorable experience.
Angela Petrillo
Bachelor of Dance Education

The study of dance is a specialised discipline that combines the science of human movement with intensive dance instruction. You may choose to focus on dance teaching, or promoting and facilitating dance in a range of contexts.

  • Bachelor of Applied Dance

    A superior dance course that launches superior dance industry careers.

    Intake

    March 2017 | July 2017

    Study Mode

    On-campus

    Duration

    3Y FT or PT equivalent

    FEE-HELP

    Yes
  • Bachelor of Dance Education

    For careers in secondary school as dance teachers, PD/H/PE teachers, or instructors in community dance programs.

    Intake

    March 2017 | July 2017

    Study Mode

    On-campus

    Duration

    4Y FT or PT equivalent

    FEE-HELP

    Yes

About Dance Courses

The thought of learning to create original dance pieces, running your own dance school or teach dance in the community, studio and school settings can be exciting. A qualification in dance can lead to many exciting career pathways you can pursue such as becoming a Dance Instructor, Dance Coordinator, Choreographer or Dance Teacher. Dance courses at ACPE delivers a mix of theoretical and practical learning that will allow you to secure a career in dance across many different industry contexts.

Additional Information - Dance

Dance is valued by all cultures as a way of telling a story, translating an idea and expressing emotions through movement. Dance involves working with ideas, to creatively express and perform them. An appreciation for music, art and design are all important to develop and express ideas in the form of dance.

Participating in dance provides creative, healthy and stimulating experiences but it can also be physically demanding. Rehearsal and performance hours can be long and unpredictable.

There is a wider range of employment opportunities for Dancers due to an increase in demand for dance and movement skills in the arts and recreational industry. Jobs in this group typically require a Bachelor Degree or extensive relevant experience.

Dance Courses and Transferable Skills

Through dance you can find new ways of expressing your own thoughts, learn about working creatively in teams and understand and interpret more complex works of art. Dancers with appropriate qualifications can obtain the knowledge and skills needed to successfully pursue opportunities around every aspect of dance and the cultural arts. The qualifications and skill sets covered in our Dance courses involves performing a variety of dance styles at a range of levels, including elite performance. Our Dance courses offer the opportunity to learn about spatial awareness, develop flexibility and strength, and discover a great feeling of well-being.

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