training - leadership
Inclusive Leadership Course
Joined with partner Art Shape, our new 'Arts Inc' leadership course offers the opportunity to gain confidence and experience in becoming more inclusive of disabled participants within your creative sessions.
With weekend training sessions over 7 June - 9 August combined with online learning, placement and mentoring, participants will work with recognised inclusion specialists with the opportunity to gain a Level 3 accreditation by AptED.
Young Ignite Programme
A residential retreat for young disabled dance creatives was held at the University of Gloucestershire, Gloucester, from 15-17 April 2014.
The course brought together talented young disabled creatives from throughout the UK to develop their choreographic and leadership skills.
The programme participants continue to be mentored by Course Director and artist Caroline Bowditch
, and to be supported in fulfillment of their development plan goals by the following Young Ignite partners:
- lead contact Anna Hall
Young Ignite follows on from GDance's Ignite programme for adult emerging artists in 2011.
It has been developed by GDance in response to learning from the 2011 initiative and responsive to current aims within the National Inclusive Dance Network and research led by Dance4 and Trinity Laban: Changing Perceptions (2012) - read Trinity Lanban's research document here.
Partners - Young Ignite is delivered in partnership with our national / regional dance partners.
- consultant Michele Taylor
will produce an evaluation report in October 2014 which will be shared with the sector.
Courses Available to Book
An introduction to dance leadership and training course in teaching dance
- gain confidence in creative dance
- plan and deliver safe, effective and inclusive sessions
Developed and delivered in partnership with the University of Gloucestershire, this modular course can be adapted to one or two days, and is available for dance/arts agencies, dance companies, universities and/or colleges to book.
Courses in Development