Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies
The Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies (CBTS) is a part-time distance learning programme enabling students to study alongside their personal and professional commitments.
Who is This Programme For?
This programme is for those who want to specialize in teaching the RAD’s work; who want to combine their personal and professional commitments and study part-time for two years; gain registered teacher status of the RAD; teach the RAD syllabus and enter candidates for RAD examinations.
The programme is delivered in Australia, Spain, Italy, Germany, Japan, Greece/Cyprus, Hong Kong, South Africa, cluster countries (Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand), USA with Canada; Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg with the UK.
Applicants should hold RAD Intermediate examination, or a recognised equivalent in ballet.
Concessionary Entry Requirements
Applicants without formal classical ballet qualifications (Advanced Foundation, Advanced 1, Advanced 2, Intermediate, or an equivalent examination from a recognised dance teaching society) should provide a video/DVD to support their application. (Please refer to our UK site for guidance on the content of the video)
- Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies Concessionary Entry Guidelines
- Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies Concessionary Entry Application and Payment Form
- CBTS 401 How We Learn: Stages of Development (15 credits)
- CBTS 402 Safe Practice and Professional Responsibilities (15 credits)
- CBTS 403 Ballet and Teaching: Knowledge and Understanding (30 credits)
The programme is 2 years part-time starting in January. Students are required to attend a 10 day Intensive Study Period in Year 1 and in Year 2 complete a mentored Practical Teaching Placement. For each module students will have access to a module study guide and a module tutor by email and telephone.
Assessment is through written case studies, training plans with critical discussion, ballet demonstration and analysis discussions, practical teaching and portfolios.
Successful students will be awarded the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies (CBTS:RAD) and will be eligible for Registered Teacher Status (RAD:RTS).
The fee is determined by local costs in Australia and includes programme material, tutoring and mentoring, assessments for each module, three visits by a Practical Teaching Supervisor and one Intensive Study Period.
The fee is payable in 4 instalments over 2 years.
Project B Bursary
As part of Project B, the Academy’s commitment to providing support for males in dance we are offering two bursaries offering 50% of the tuition fee for the CBTS programme to encourage more males to consider teaching dance as a career option. One of these bursaries will be awarded to an international student. The application deadline is 25 October 2019 but you can find out more here.
Standard Application is by 1 August 2019. Download the application form here
Concessionary entry applications (requiring video submission) is by 1 June 2019.
Applications within Australia are received by the Australian Head Office:
Royal Academy of Dance
PO Box 245
For a free copy of our latest prospectus, please e-mail your full name and postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any further questions on the CBTS programme please contact:
Programmes Officer – Faculty of Education Australia
P: (02) 9380 1915