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BA (Hons) Ballet Education: Mentors, Royal Academy of Dance

London Closes Friday 25 July 2014 Paid (£10k-15k pro rata) Part time Artform: dance   Contact: Kerry Dignan kdignan@rad.org.uk

    

Description

Location: Greater London area

The Royal Academy of Dance is a dynamic organisation dedicated to advancing standards of dance education and teaching, and to promoting and investing in the development of dance world-wide. The Academy’s Faculty of Education offers internationally recognised qualifications including university-validated degrees, RAD professional awards and an international Continuing Professional Development programme.

The Faculty of Education is extending its pool of RAD teachers who act as Mentors for student teaching placements on the BA (Hons) Ballet Education (BABE) programme of study onsite at RAD Headquarters. The teaching placements are an integral part of the three year BABE programme, with all students expected to undertake at least two Private Sector placements during their studies. We would like to invite you to join our experienced teachers who mentor our students during their placements in private dance schools throughout Greater London, UK.

Skills

You will need to have a recognised teaching / dance teaching / training qualification, excellent communication skills in English, and up to date subject knowledge. Experiences of mentoring trainee ballet teachers along with the ability to prioritise time effectively are essential. 

An offer of engagement will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) or Disclosure Scotland.

How to apply

To make an application, please visit www.rad.org.uk/workwithus

Closing date for applications: 25 July 2014 at 12.00 noon
Interviews/visit arrangements: successful applicants will be contacted before September 2014


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