22/23 April & 24/25 June 2017 - JPC04 - Sunderland
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JWAAD is committed to the development of dancers and teachers, not only in terms of technique, but also performance skills. This module is designed to give anyone seeking to perform belly dance the tools to do so in an effective and entertaining way, and one that is appropriate to the given audience.
Accredited by One Awards to Level 3 (of 'A' level complexity). It has a credit value of 3, which means there are approximately 32 hours of study involved over two weekends.
As JWAAD is acknowledged as the leading training provider for the study of Belly Dance, we are working with One Awards to increase the range of accredited certificates for dancers.
This course is designed by Belly Dancers for Belly Dancers. These courses will be taught by Josephine Wise and Yvette Cowles.
• Teachers of Belly Dance
What is included?
• Selecting, editing and using appropriate music for belly dance performances
This unit is open to all dancers, though to get the most from it, you need to be working towards performing - or already performing. If you are of intermediate level, you can register for the JWAAD Performance Diploma, which this course counts towards.
For further details contact Kay at: email@example.com
Costs and Payments
Non-refundable deposit to reserve your place: £50
Courses are based on a minimum number of people, so cancellations made within 7 days of the start date will not receive a refund.
Feedback from the first Performance course
...it was a fantastic course, I can't believe we covered so much in just 2 weekends. I found the Stage Fright and Preparing to Perform input really, really helpful and it did actually calm me down before the solo performances..."
Dates for 'Creating a Belly Dance Performance'
By Post: Send a cheque for £50 (payable to 'Kay Taylor') to Dean Villa, 26 Kayll Road, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR4 7TW. Include your full contact details, your cheque and your dance CV.
You are expected to be able to execute basic belly dance moves clearly.