Certificate ICourse code: CUA10113
Open to all High School students.
COURSE OUTCOMESUpon completion of the program students will have:
1. Trained, rehearsed and performed in a variety of different dance styles.
2. Gained good understanding and knowledge of all forms of dance and the entertainment industry and developed a solid foundation in these areas;
3. Gained a basic knowledge of safe dance practices.
4. Receive a nationally recognized qualification.
Certificate I in Dance
The Certificate I in Dance syllabus has several core subjects, and is supplemented by a range of electives. Classical ballet and jazz dance form the foundations of the course and provide introductory technical training in dance and other allied performing arts subjects.
The aim of this program is to provide young people with the technical and performance skills, knowledge and attitudes to begin the process of establishing a career in the entertainment industry.
The training will introduce young dance performers to a variety of dance styles and techniques and is suited to all students interested in any form of movement and dance. There will also be a focus on seeing and reviewing dance performances in Sydney.
The skills learnt can be applied to everyday fitness and coordination, further training in dance and performance, and a deeper appreciation for dance and performing arts.
COURSE STRUCTUREIN THIS COURSE YOU WILL COMPLETE A TOTAL OF 6 UNITS.
THIS INCLUDES 3 CORE UNITS:
CUADAN101 Develop foundation dance techniques
CUAWHS101 Follow safe dance practices
CUFIND201A Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge
AND THREE ELECTIVE UNITS:
CUADAN102 Develop foundation ballet dance technique
CUADAN103 Develop foundation jazz dance technique
HLTAID002 Provide basic emergency life support
You will be required to attend the classes listed below.
The levels for dance listed below are a benchmark. You can complete the course at a higher level. Please look at our current timetable to view times and days they are on offer.
THEORY (1hr per week)
Other hours: There will be times when you are required to do assessments or performance parts of your units externally. These will not fall within the normal class schedule