IDTA level 4 Diploma in Dance Teaching

IDTA level 4 Diploma in Dance Teaching

IDTA level 4 Diploma in Dance Teaching Introduction Introducing the qualification Unit 1 safe dance practice Unit 2 technique and syllabus knowledge Unit 3 dance teaching Offered in the 8 core subjects Why a new qualification?

Comparability with other qualifications Taking account of teaching standards in schools and further education Building on good practice within current Associate Where will it sit in the national framework? Qualification development Research into similar qualifications Teaching standards for schools and further education Looking at current Associate Assessing what was essential content Presentation to Quality Assurance Panel Chairs and Board of Directors

How is it different? Safe dance practice developed as a stand alone unit focusing on knowledge and understanding Teaching practice developed as a stand alone unit which focuses on teaching experience and practice Technique and syllabus knowledge focuses on demonstrating syllabus with the addition of a general discussion How it works in the UK and abroad International students Will still be able to do current Associate in all core subjects Can do level 4 Diploma if they want to

UK students Theatre branch can only do new Level 4 Diploma which will replace the Associate from 1st April 2016 Ballroom branch and Freestyle branch may take existing Associate or Level 4 Diploma from 1st April 2016 What about members with the current Associate? Current Associate still valid and membership status unaffected No requirement to do new qualification Members can top up if they want to Head Office will be able to review evidence to make sure all criteria met

Topping up from Associate Head Office will: Map current Associate evidence to new qualification evidence (covering Units 2 and 3) Check exam entries and results for evidence of teaching practice (Unit 3) Ask for any additional evidence Once completed member will receive a certificate for the Level 4 Diploma Level 4 Diploma in Dance Teaching qualification process Feedback sent to candidate Candidate expression of

interest (candidate guidance sent) Candidate registers for qualification and sends in completed portfolio (candidate to inform of intention to take modular or nonmodular unit 2) Head Office check that portfolio complete

Portfolio sent to examiner for review Credit certificate issued (if required) Unit 1 not achieved Unit 1 achieved Credit certificate issued (if required) Feedback sent to candidate

Unit 2 not achieved Unit 2 achieved Examiner report form sent to Head Office Whole unit examination Module 1 Module 2

Module 3 Module 4 Examination(s) for Unit 2 arranged by Head Office OR Feedback sent to candidate Unit 3 written information

sent to Head Office head office checks that information complete Examination for Unit 3 arranged by Head Office Unit 3 written information sent to

Examiner. Candidate takes examination Examiner report form sent to Head Office Unit 3 not achieved Unit 3 achieved

Qualification and/or unit certificates released by Head Office Timeline for launch Qualification requirements Students need to be 18 years old to register Recommended prior learning for first Level 4 Diploma: Pre-Associate Anatomy and Physiology award

Attainment bands and awarding Unit 1 is achieved/not achieved Unit 2 and Unit 3 are marked out of 100 each Award of pass, merit and distinction based on average of marks from Units 2 and 3 Modular Unit 2 learners will receive an overall attainment band of pass, merit or distinction based on average mark from all modules

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