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RAD.ORG.UK WHICH PROGRAMME IS FOR YOU?

Programme

Level

Study Location

Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies

4

Distance learning, onsite Intensive Study Period and Teaching Placement

Diploma in Dance Teaching Studies

5

Distance learning and Teaching Placement

BA (Hons) Dance Education

6

Distance learning and onsite Intensive Study Seminar at RAD, London

Diploma of Higher Education: Dance Education

5

Distance learning and onsite Intensive Study Seminar at RAD, London

The Faculty of Education offers a range of programmes of study, including degrees validated by the University of Bath and awards of the RAD.

Certificate of Higher Education: Dance Education

4

Distance learning and onsite Intensive Study Seminar at RAD, London

Our programmes offer flexible learning and are delivered by highly qualified tutors. You can choose from onsite, full-time or part-time study or distance learning which enables you to study from your own home. The Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies is also offered in eight different languages.

BA (Hons) Ballet Education

6

RAD, London

Licentiate of The Royal Academy of Dance

6

RAD, London

Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Dance Teaching (with Qualified Teacher Status)

7

RAD, London and Teaching Placements

Master of Arts in Education (Dance Teaching)

7

Distance learning with Induction Seminar at RAD, London

Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Dance Teaching)

7

Distance learning with Induction Seminar at RAD, London

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Dance Teaching)

7

Distance learning with Induction Seminar at RAD, London

Professional Dancers’ Teaching Diploma

6

RAD, London and Distance learning

WHICH PROGRAMME IS FOR YOU?

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. All programmes offer eligibility for registration as a teacher with the RAD. The Benesh Institute at the RAD The Benesh Institute is the international centre for Benesh Movement Notation (BMN). Since 1997 it has been incorporated within the RAD. It aims to help the dance profession preserve its heritage and to protect choreographic copyright. Devised by Rudolf and Joan Benesh, and first published in 1956, BMN is a written system for recording human movement. It is most widely used in the recording and restaging of dance works. The Faculty of Education works closely with the Benesh Institute in providing opportunities for students to use BMN in their studies and teaching placements. See more at www.rad.org.uk/benesh.

China Professional Dancers’ Postgraduate Teaching Certificate

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7

Distance learning with onsite Induction and Intensive Study Period in Berlin or Sarasota and Teaching Placement.

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